Danil Pavlov

    Job: Motherhood
    Nadiya Shvadchak 25 December 2019
    Job: Motherhood
    Foster caregivers saving children from orphanage — the story of a former teacher who has given shelter to more than 30 children
    The Ravine of Memory
    Svitlana Oslavska 4 November 2019
    The Ravine of Memory
    The full is no friend to the hungry, or How “public” and “private” memories of the Holocaust compete in Babyn Yar
    The Early Bird Gets the Nikes
    Vlad Lukashchuk 2 October 2019
    The Early Bird Gets the Nikes
    What happens on delivery day at the thrift store
    Girl, Why Are You So Sad?
    Tetyana Kozak 16 September 2019
    Girl, Why Are You So Sad?
    The female students at a Kyiv college have dared speak up about a professor’s sexual harassment. How did they manage to hold him accountable despite the bullying?
    For the First Time
    Liza Sivets 2 September 2019
    For the First Time
    How human papillomavirus led three young women to create a project on sex ed
    Swipe Me If You Can

    Contains audio version

    Ilona Hromliuk 3 August 2019
    Swipe Me If You Can
    How Ukrainians manage to find love on Tinder amid fast-food relationships, one-night stands and feeding their egos

    Contains audio version

    Giving Yourself for Parts
    Giving Yourself for Parts
    How a small victory over cancer turned into a great battle for transplants
    Keepers of the Underground
    Ilona Hromliuk 14 June 2019
    Keepers of the Underground
    How diggers protect underground Kyiv from floods, communication breakdowns, and prying eyes

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