According to the most modest assessment, the march brought together about 2,500 participants, who walked more than a kilometre down the streets in the city centre.
Street violence by the far right has practically never been investigated as hate crimes, if ever investigated at all.
Day and night, wearing orange coveralls, construction workers are preparing Kyiv for the most important event of the year: Eurovision 2017.
Activists unveil details on the economic blockade between Ukraine and uncontrolled territories, revealing the stance of both proponents and critics of the initiative.
Hundreds marched throughout the streets in Kyiv on March 8th in support of gender and women’s rights.
At this point, a whole fantasy world has been revealed in front of our eyes.
Although the protests of 2016 are mostly unrelated to each other and often concern internal university problems, they are a consequence of a more general phenomenon, namely the failure of the higher education reform in Ukraine.