Published in: oDR: FeatureDown and out in Kyiv: how Russia’s invasion has hit homeless people
From volunteers’ help and empathy to alleged removal from the city by police: Kyiv’s homeless people recount their...
Published in: oDR: FeatureRoubles and repression: how life in Russian-occupied Kherson is changing
Daily life in an occupied Ukrainian city continues with a veneer of normality – and an undercurrent of shortages,...
In Ukraine, local elections legitimise a new political system - and the old faces behind it
Ukraine’s local elections have frayed the connection between national and local elites - and legitimised the clan...
The pandemic has returned migrant workers to Ukraine. Will they stay?
Ukrainian labour keeps several European economies afloat. But after migrants returned home during the COVID-19...
Ukraine’s legislation on domestic violence gets a reboot - but is it enough?
Ukraine’s parliament may be afraid of words such as “gender”, but a recent law goes some way to fighting domestic violence.
Why are some Ukrainian feminists boycotting the International Women’s Day march in Kyiv?
With increased donations and grants to Ukraine from Western countries after Euromaidan, the number of...