She studied at Lviv Polytechnic National University. She used to work in the field of advertising, was engaged in copywriting.
In April 2022, she joined the MIHR team. She collects and documents information about war crimes committed by the Russian Federation in Ukraine, forms databases of MIHR.
In her spare time, she studies the art of photography and builds her own library, reading everything she can get her hands on.
A year ago, on the night of July 28-29, several explosions occurred in Volnovakha penal colony No. 120, known as Olenivska. A fire broke out in a barracks housing 193 Azov prisoners. About 50 soldiers were killed and more than 70 others were seriously injured. The Media Initiative for Human Rights is conducting its own investigation into the crime. This time, we are recreating the events of July 28-29, 2022 in detail.
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