Iryna Vyrtosu

Yulia Resenchuk. Fancy destroyer of stereotypes
Yulia Resenchuk. Fancy destroyer of stereotypes
Haven’t you made friends with her on Facebook yet? Haven’t you asked her for an autograph yet? Haven’t you recognized her in the street yet? You’re welcome to meet Yulia Resenchuk, a girl who makes a revolution in changing our attitude
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Transit Budapest
Iryna Vyrtosu: Transit Budapest
The camp resembles a large busy hive. However, I don’t feel hopelessness despite the dirt, autumn drizzling rain and hardships.
Kateryna Pikun. Displaced woman having wings
Kateryna Pikun. Displaced woman having wings
"I'll remember for all my life what it means to lose everything. The old kettle, growling funny in the kitchen, your favorite books, old photo albums ... You come to a place, where you don’t even have your own cup..."
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Viktoria Ivleva. A person who stops war
Viktoria Ivleva. A person who stops war
The war will be over. There are many people, who stop it, both in Ukraine and Russia. Viktoria Ivleva has become a real discovery for me. She is a Russian journalist, who collects humanitarian aid for Donbas
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Iryna Vyrtosu: Never Again?
“Price of a Jew in occupied Kiev: two loafs of bread, 50 marks and a pint of oil," recalls Olexander Sklyarovsky who survived the Nazi occupation of Kyiv during World War II
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