BEARR Trust Annual Lectures

Autumn Lecture 2022

On Monday 7 November, BEARR was delighted to be joined by former senior editor at The Economist and author of The New Cold War, Edward Lucas, for our Autumn Lecture “Putin’s War: What’s the Endgame?”

Watch the full recording of the lecture here. A lecture report will also be available on our website shortly.

Summer Lecture 2022

On 27 June, trauma surgeon David Nott spoke with Bridget Kendall, the BBC’s former Moscow and Diplomatic Correspondent and a patron of the BEARR Trust, about his inspirational work providing emergency surgical care and training local doctors in Ukraine amid the brutality of war.

Watch the full recording of their conversation here, and read BEARR trustee, Ross Gill’s lecture report here.

Autumn Lecture 2021

On 22 September, human rights lawyers Maria Logan and Anastasia Burakova came together in conversation to discuss the impact of the Russian government’s crackdown on civic activism – and its implications for the future in a lecture titled, “Media and civil society under attack in Russia: What can we do?”

Watch the full recording here and read BEAR trustee, Ross Gill’s lecture report here.

Summer Lecture 2021

On May 12, journalist and ‘Moneyland’ author, Oliver Bullough, gave BEARR’s annual summer lecture on, “The Londongrad Laundromat and its consequences”. The event was chaired by Financial Times contributing editor John Lloyd. You can watch the full recording here and read BEAR trustee, Ross Gill’s report on the lecture here.

Spring Lecture 2021

On Thursday 18 February 2021 at 17.00 UK time, The BEARR Trust held its first Spring Lecture as an online webinar. Guest speaker, Nigel Gould-Davies spoke on the topic, “Belarus: what happened and what next?”

Watch the full recording here. You can also read BEARR trustee, Ross Gill’s report on the lecture here.

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