Serhiy Guz is a Ukrainian journalist and one of the founders of the country’s journalism trade union movement. He headed Ukraine’s independent media union between 2004 and 2008, and is currently a member of Ukraine's Commission on Journalistic Ethics, a self-regulation body for the country's media. He is also a council member of the Voice of Nature NGO and editor-in-chief of the Clever City Kamianske newspaper.
Ukraine could abandon key labour principle as part of EU drive
The government’s post-war reconstruction plans threaten a ‘Mad Max-style dystopia’, says Ukrainian labour lawyer
Ukraine uses Russian invasion to pass laws wrecking workers’ rights
Zero-hours contracts set to be legalised and 70% of workforce exempted from workplace protections
Ukraine’s new labour law could ‘open Pandora’s box’ for workers
Ukrainian parliament set to vote on new labour law that threatens workers with a ‘rollback to the 19th century’
Ukraine’s government dismantles labour rights during the war
Law radically curtailing labour rights is crucial in face of Russian invasion, say Ukrainian politicians. Trade...
Published in: oDR: FeatureAccessing food and medicine in a warzone: Ukraine’s supply crisis
For those who require insulin or other prescription drugs, the situation is a matter of life and death
Published in: oDR: OpinionUkrainian journalist: ‘We cannot choose when we die, but we can choose how’
The only pity is that now we must spend all our energy and resources on opposing Russia instead of improving...