Nadzeya Husakouskaya is a gender researcher from Belarus. She holds a PhD in Interdisciplinary Gender studies (Bergen University), MA in Migration and Intercultural Relations (Oldenburg University), and MA in Cultural and Gender Studies (European Humanities University). She has fifteen years of experience as a gender educator, researcher, and expert. Currently, she lives in London and is a regional researcher at Amnesty International for Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
Published in: 50.50Women self-organise against violence in eastern Ukraine’s frontlines
I travelled across the conflict region and found local women actively organising against gender-based violence –...
Published in: oDR: OpinionFor many people in Belarus, change has already happened
Outside observers are often surprised at the rapid emergence of Belarus’ protest movement, but listening to how...
Published in: oDRThe sex change commission in Ukraine
Transgender citizens in Ukraine have good reason to think that they are all but invisible. Even the EU is not...