Coda Story – How Disinformation Became a New Threat to Women

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When Ukrainian MP Svitlana Zalishchuk gave a speech to the United Nations on the effect on women of her country’s war with Russia, she won widespread praise for her performance.

It was only a few months since the 32-year-old had been elected to parliament, one of a new generation of politicians who had come to power since Ukraine’s Maidan revolution. But because of the conflict, she told world leaders, Ukrainian women had shifted their focus “from equality to survival.”

Client: Coda Story / Journalist: Nina Jankowicz / Support: World Policy Journal / Illustrator: Sofo Kirtadze

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When Ukrainian MP Svitlana Zalishchuk gave a speech to the United Nations on the effect on women of her country’s war with Russia, she won widespread praise for her performance. It was only a few months since the 32-year-old had been elected to parliament, one of a new generation of politicians who had come to power since Ukraine’s Maidan revolution. But because of the conflict, she told world leaders, Ukrainian women had shifted their focus “from equality to survival.”

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