May 24–25, 2021 (Monday–Tuesday). Time of events is indicated in Moscow time zone (GMT+3)

ALARM AND HOPE. 21st CENTURY International Conference

Svetlana Alexievich
Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature (Belarus)
Philip Alston
United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights (2014-2020), co-Chair of the law school's Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (USA)
Galina Arapova
Director and senior media lawyer of the Mass Media Defence Centre (Russia)
Alexander Auzan
Dean, Department of Economics, Moscow State University; Chairman, Public Council of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation (Russia)
Vyacheslav Bakhmin
Chairman of the Management Committee of the Sakharov Center (Russia)
Yuri Dzhibladze
Member of the Coordination Committee of the International Civic Solidarity Platform (Russia)
Rüdiger von Fritsch
Former German Ambassador to Russia (2014–2019) (Germany)
Francis Fukuyama
Philosopher, political scientist; Mosbacher Director of the Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law, Stanford University (USA)
Mikhail Gorbachev
President of the USSR (1990-1991) (Russia)
Maina Kiai
Former United Nations Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association (2011–2017); former Executive Director, International Council on Human Rights Policy (2010–2011), Director for Alliances and Partnerships, Human Rights Watch (USA)
Sergei Kovalev
Soviet dissident, first Human Rights Ombudsman of the Russian Federation (Russia)
Ivan Krastev
Chairman, Center for Liberal Strategies; Fellow, Institute of Human Sciences (Bulgaria)
Sergei Lukashevskiy
Executive Director, the Sakharov Center (Russia)
Vladimir Lukin
Deputy Chair, Federation Council's Committee on Foreign Affairs (Russia)
Leonid Margolis
Professor, Moscow State University; Section Head, National Institutes of Health (USA) (Russia)
Jack F. Matlock
Former US Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1987–1991) (USA)
Dunja Mijatović
The current Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights (CoE)
Tatiana Parkhalina
President. Association for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation (Russia)
Sergey Parkhomenko
Journalist; Senior Advisor, The Kennan Institute (Russia)
Lev Ponomaryov
Executive Director of the all-Russia movement For Human Rights (Russia)
Yan Rachinskii
Chairman of the Board, Memorial International (Russia)
Mamphela Ramphele
Co-president, the Club of Rome; co-founder, ReimagineSA
Martin Rees
Cosmologist and astrophysicist; Professor Emeritus, Cambridge University; former President of the Royal Society (2005–2010) (UK)
Jens Reich
Professor; civil rights campaigner of the German Democratic Republic; member of the German Ethics Council (Germany)
Berit Reiss-Andersen
Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee (Norway)
Mary Robinson
Founder, The Mary Robinson Foundation—Climate Justice, former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (1997–2002); former President of Ireland (1990–1997) (Ireland)
Kirill Rogov
Vice-President, Liberal Mission Foundation (Russia)
Matthew Rojansky
Director, Kennan Institute (USA)
Kenneth Roth
Executive Director, Human Rights Watch (USA)
Alexey Semyonov
President, Andrei Sakharov Foundation (USA)
Angela Stent
Director, Center for Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies, Georgetown University (USA)
Natan Sharansky
Soviet dissident, Israeli politician (Israel)
Victor Vasiliev
Member of the Russian Academy of Science; President, Moscow Mathematical Society (Russia)
Tatiana Vorozheikina
Political scientist, expert on development and democratization problems in Latin America and Russia, Lecturer at the Svobodnyi University (Russia)
Tatiana Yankelevich
Elena Bonner's daughter (USA)
The Sakharov Center is listed by the Ministry of Justice in the register provided for in paragraph 10 of Art. 13.1 Federal Law "On NGOs"