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Sviatlana Haluza

Vilnius, Lithuania
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Sviatlana Haluza is a journalist based in Vilnius, Lithuania.
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Orphans-328: why children without parents become victims of drug traffickers and what they go through in prisons

03 Apr 2021  |  OUR HOUSE
The article discusses the plight of orphans in Belarus who are lured into drug trafficking due to their vulnerable status and lack of financial support. It highlights the stories of several young individuals, such as Artem, Leonid, Nikita, Dmitry, Oleg, and Vladimir, who were arrested and sentenced to long prison terms under Article 328 for drug-related offenses. The article emphasizes the harsh conditions faced by these orphans in prison, including the lack of legal representation, physical abuse, and inadequate compensation from the state. It also critiques the insufficient support provided to orphans by the state, which includes meager monthly allowances and scholarships, and the challenges they face in securing employment and housing. The article suggests that the desperation for financial stability drives these orphans to engage in illegal activities, ultimately costing them their freedom.

Protests at the Presidential Office and meetings with Tony Frisch. How a Ukrainian woman has been trying to free her husband from captivity for 5 years

30 Aug 2020  |  OBOZREVATEL NEWS
On International Day of the Disappeared, the story of Larisa Shevandin's five-year struggle to free her husband, Oleg, from captivity is highlighted. Oleg, a prominent figure in Donetsk's martial arts community, was abducted in 2015 by masked individuals near Debaltseve. Despite Larisa's relentless efforts, including founding the organization 'Return Home' and engaging with international and Ukrainian officials, Oleg remains captive. The article details Larisa's meetings with various ambassadors and officials, her appeals to President Zelensky, and her hope for Oleg's release through prisoner exchange negotiations.

“Do you really count the votes?”: Belarusians abroad participate in presidential elections

08 Aug 2020  |  Салідарнасць
Belarusians living abroad can participate in the presidential elections in 44 countries, with independent exit polls organized in 19 of them. Volunteers coordinate through social media groups, and the Belarusian Information Center joined to inform the Ukrainian society about the election campaign. Volunteers work daily at the Belarusian embassy in Ukraine, inviting voters to participate in an anonymous survey. The article describes the interactions between volunteers and voters, with some supporting Svetlana Tikhanovskaya and others the incumbent president, Alexander Lukashenko. The exit poll initiative is documented, including the number of surveys collected each day.

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