Civil society, Feminist perspectives

Ukrainian feminist activist Maryna Shevtsova: All women’s rights organisations have switched to emergency mode

My interview for Feministeerium

What has the war meant for women? Hille Hanso talked to Maryna Shevtsova, a Ukrainian scholar, feminist and activist, about the history of the feminist movement in Ukraine, the developments in women’s and minorities’ political rights in Ukraine before the war, about the views on surrogacy and the impact of the war. Their conversation began in the autumn and ended when Russia had attacked Ukraine and the normal functioning of society ceased abruptly.

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Women’s March in Ukraine 2019. Creative Commons: UN Women/Volodymyr Shuvayev

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