Tetiana Bezruk is a Ukrainian journalist.
Published in: oDR: Feature“We are constantly one step behind”: Inside Ukraine’s third wave
One volunteer spoke of living in 'two parallel worlds', with 'hellish' conditions for medical workers but a lax...
The court that rules Ukraine
Two successive presidents have promised to deal with an influential Kyiv court accused of corruption. Why can’t they?
Amid constitutional crisis, Ukraine’s anti-corruption reforms are under threat of failure
Ukraine’s emerging constitutional crisis pits the fate of anti-corruption reforms against the risk of setting an...
Six years after Ukraine’s revolution, justice for the Euromaidan dead is still far away
The trial into mass shootings in central Kyiv during the 2014 revolution has stalled after political interference -...
Published in: oDR: OpinionSix years after Euromaidan, have Ukraine’s politicians forgotten the people who once lay dying in Kyiv’s city centre?
Ukrainian law enforcement have stopped their investigation into crimes committed during the country’s 2014...
Who ordered the murder of Katya Handziuk? A year without answers
In summer 2018, a horrendous acid attack killed Ukrainian civic activist Katernya Handziuk. A year on, there’s still...