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About Tetiana Goncharuk

Tetiana Goncharuk is an independent journalist and human rights defender from Ukraine. She writes on human rights, police reform, sex work, human trafficking and the war in eastern Ukraine. She completed a dissertation on the relation between linguistic identity and national mentalities. She’s also the author of many publications and articles, and edited over ten collected volumes of essays. Goncharuk received a Marion Dönhoff scholarship for placements and traineeships in the non-governmental sector in Germany.

Articles by Tetiana Goncharuk

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Claire Provost

Claire Provost is editor of 50.50 covering gender, sexuality and social justice.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Trading sovereignty: how Ukraine's Pension Fund co-operates with the Russian authorities

By sending official information requests to the Russian authorities, Ukraine's Pension Fund de-facto recognises Russian jurisdiction in occupied Crimea. RU

The pains and perils of childbirth in Ukraine

Giving birth is a feat of endurance for any woman. But aggressive treatment at the hands of medical staff, as well as corruption, make it even harder in Ukraine. RU

Where is Ukraine’s new police force?

Two years ago, the Ukrainian government decided to create a new national police force. But aside from the name, not much has changed. RU

Peace-building versus human rights in Ukraine’s Donbas

13654189_1762518223963655_138236124276395719_n.jpgDiplomatic games are being played in and around Ukraine. But officially recognising a Russian invasion is the only way toward peace. RU

 

Donbas: “We’re used to the shelling”

The situation in Ukraine's Donbas is tense as ever. While politicians play at diplomacy, civilians spend their lives under artillery bombardment, walking along blown-up roads and burying family members killed by tripwires. RU

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