PODCAST
August 13, 2022

Living in ruins: the story of Moshchun | Ep. 133

We have visited a village near Kyiv where you can barely find a house which is not either totally destroyed or severely damaged. Our "Explaining Ukraine" podcast.
PODCAST
August 11, 2022

Who are Ukrainians, and what do they want? | Ep. 132

We are analyzing the key features of the Ukrainian civic and political identity. This episode is made in partnership with VoiCEE, a podcast from Central and Eastern Europe.
Stories
August 10, 2022

Story #39. Surviving Russian Shelling and Being Left Without Home

The story of Olha Bura from Chernihiv, who survived Russian shelling and was left without a home.
Analysis
August 8, 2022

Russia-Ukraine War: Current Situation on the Frontline

What is the current situation on the frontlines of the Russia-Ukraine war? UkraineWorld spoke to Oleksandr Musiienko, Director of the Center for Military and Legal Research.
PODCAST
August 7, 2022

Amnesty International blames the victim. - Weekly digest, 1-7 August | Ep. 131

Amnesty International report on Ukraine; situation on the frontline; Ukrainian grain exports unblocked: more about the past week in our "Explaining Ukraine" podcast.
Analysis
August 5, 2022

Russian-Occupied South of Ukraine: Tortures, Deportations, Human Rights Abuses

UkraineWorld spoke to Mariia Tomak, Head of the Crimea Platform Department at the Mission of the President of Ukraine in Crimea.
Stories
August 4, 2022

Story #37. Loss of Grandfather due to Russian Shelling

The story of Artem Shatunov from Chernihiv, who lost his grandfather as a result of Russian shelling.
Stories
August 4, 2022

Story #38. Russian Missiles Destroy Apartments, but not the Lust for Life

The story of Anya Zlenko from Kyiv, whose apartment was hit by a Russian missile.
Analysis
August 3, 2022

Hong Kong and Taiwan’s Attitudes towards Ukrainian Resistance

UW talks to Artur Kharytonov, main coordinator at Free Hong Kong Centre, Kyiv.
Stories
August 2, 2022

Story #36. Neighbor's Funeral under Shelling in Chernihiv

The story of Natalia Sobol, who survived shelling in Chernihiv and buried her murdered neighbor.