Tetyana Bohdanova · February, 2011

Originally from Lviv, Ukraine, Tetyana is an elections and civil society development specialist and a researcher of technology's impact on democracy.

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Latest posts by Tetyana Bohdanova from February, 2011

Ukraine: Choosing to Leave

  28 February 2011

With Ukraine hit hard by the economic crisis and most citizens disappointed with the overall economic and political situation, more and more discussions about emigration alternatives have been appearing online. Tetyana Bohdanova translates some of the netizens' views on the issue.

Ukraine: Dear Polish Delegation, We’re in Shock, Too

  20 February 2011

Earlier this week, a Ukrainian TV station broadcasted a report about the visit of the Polish parliamentary delegation to Ukraine's parliament. According to the report, the Polish visitors were shocked by the Ukrainian MPs’ illegal practice of voting on behalf of fellow party members. Tetyana Bohdanova reports on Ukrainian netizens' reactions.

Ukraine: 3 Million New Internet Users in 2010

  4 February 2011

A study cited [UKR] by Korrespondent.net shows that the number of Internet users in Ukraine has increased by 29%, or by 3 million people, in 2010. Ukraine's current Internet audience is 11.3 million people, with 88% of users accessing the net daily, 10% – several times a week, 1% –...

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