Monday 11 April 2022
4pm - 5:30pm
Zoom link will be provided for those who register
On the 40th anniversary of the Malvinas War, the LSESU Argentina Society wishes to make different aspects of the Malvinas question visible.
To this end, we have prepared this event to speak about the past, present and future of this conflict.
The event will go over the historic aspects of the Malvinas question and cover the current positions and the petitions made by Argentina at the United Nations Special Committee on Decolonization. It will also reflect on the necessity for negotiations in accordance with the principles of international law.
We will also hear about the experience of an Argentine war veteran.
This will be an online event with live interpretation. You can choose to join the discussion both in English and Spanish. After signing up, you’ll receive all the details on how to join our Zoom discussion.
We hope you can join us at this important event!
El evento contará con traducción en vivo al ingles por lo tanto podrán participar tanto angloparlantes como hispanoparlantes. Una vez hecha la inscripción recibirán todos los detalles de como unirse al zoom.
Esperamos que puedan participar de este evento!
Date: 11th of April at 12 pm Argentine time/ 4 pm UK time
Dr. Theresa Squatrito
Assistant Professor in International Organisations in the Department of International Relations at the LSE; Researcher at PluriCourts -Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order- at the University of Oslo.
Mg. Facundo D. Rodríguez
Lawyer specialized in International Law (UBA) and a Master’s degree in International Relations (UBA). Professor in Public International Law (UBA-UP-ISEN). Member of the Committee of The Question of Malvinas, Georgias, and Sandwich del Sur at the Argentinian Council for International Relations. Member of the Institute of International Law at the National Academy of Law and Social Sciences of Buenos Aires.
Historian (UBA), journalist, writer, scriptwriter, winner of the 2007 and 2017 Merit Diploma of the Konex Foundation. He taught journalism at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and at the Torcuato Di Tella University (UTDT). His work is dedicated to the history of Argentina in the 20th century. His latest book is The Invisible War. The last secret of Malvinas.
Rear Admiral (R) Carlos Castro Madero
Rear Admiral (retired). In 1982, he was a Lieutenant (Gunner) and part of the crew of the cruiser "ARA General Belgrano". He was on board when the cruiser was torpedoed by the submarine Conqueror.