Life consists of labor, labor creates us, and labor consists of unique and repetitive actions.
The Reconstruction of Kyiv for Eurovision and the Tradition of Potemkin Villages
Day and night, wearing orange coveralls, construction workers are preparing Kyiv for the most important event of the year: Eurovision 2017.
Nowadays, Everyone Is a Potential Target in Ukraine
“In the past three years, we have witnessed an increase in far-right violence.”
CXEMA and Rave Parties in Ukraine: Poor But Cool
Although Euromaidan brought Ukraine into the public eye, nothing after the revolution fascinates international media quite like Kyiv’s partygoers in their hip 90s outfits.
Meet the Women at the Centre of Ukraine’s Resurgent HIV epidemic
“I was afraid to go to the doctor for a long time because they’d judge me”.
Sex Worker’s March in Ukraine: “We have the right to work”
The main demand of protest participants was to decriminalize sex work in Ukraine.
A Voice for All: Two Sides of the Donbas Trade Blockade
Activists unveil details on the economic blockade between Ukraine and uncontrolled territories, revealing the stance of both proponents and critics of the initiative.