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Anna Oksiutovych

Affiliierte Forscherin

hait@msx.tu-dresden.de

Telefon: (0351) 463 32802

Ersatzphoto Anna Oksiutovych

VITA

Akademische Laufbahn

  • 2003-2005 MA, in Philosophy, Lviv Ivan Franko University, Ukraine
  • 1999-2003 BA, in Philosophy, Lviv Ivan Franko University, Ukraine
  • 1997- 1999 Zolochiv Economic Lyceum, Zolochiv, Ukraine

Berufserfahrung

  • 04/2021 - 02/2022 Researcher
    War Childhood Museum, Ukrainian department of War Childhood Museum in Kyiv, Ukraine
  • 12/2014 – 04/2020 Coordinator of residences, a lecturer, trainer
    Feminist Workshop [Feministychna maysternia], NGO
  • 10/2019 - 12/2020 Program Coordinator „Women Leadership Development”
    Feminist Workshop [Feministychna maysternia], NGO
  • 04/2010 - 04/2019 Program Coordinator
    Young Christian Workers Ukraine

Sprachkenntnisse

  • Ukrainian - native
  • Russian - fluent
  • English – upper intermediate
  • Polish – upper intermediate
  • French – upper intermediate
  • Spanish - beginner

Forschungs- und Lehrschwerpunkte

  • Labor workers rights, labor women rights, trade unions, activism
  • Political education of young professionals and adults
  • Women labor migration, mobility
  • War childhood

Organisationstätigkeit

  • 2015 Co-organizer Public event «How working conditions impact daily life of young workers» with Feministychna maysternya NGO Lviv, Ukraine
  • 2016 Organizer public exhibition «Work Life and Other Trifles in Lviv» Lviv, Ukraine
  • 2016  Co-organizer public event «Conditions of work and life in service orientated sectors» with Dana Kushler from Social Initiative «No one will Lviv», Ukraine
  • 2018 Сo-ordinator of Residency of the Solidarity« Economic situation of women workers» with Anna Shybyryn NGO Feministychna Maysternia and Oksana Dutchak from Centre for social and labor research. Lviv, Ukraine
  • 2018 Co-organizer public event « The price of anticrisis reforms and their impacts on woman and youth » with Anna Shybyryn NGO Feministychna Maysternia and Oksana Dutchak from Centre for social and labor research. Lviv, Ukraine
  • 2018 Co-organizer public exhibition «The Diary of Young Ukrainian Migrant Worker»
  • 2018  Co-organizer public event «Time stealers» with Oksana Dutchak from Centre for social and labor research, Tonya Melnyk from Sewing cooperative ReSew, Alina Tkalich from NGO Social Movement, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • 2019 Сo-organizer public exhibition «Breastfeeding in public spaces» with Bumi from NGO Feministychna maystersnia Lviv Ukraine and feminist activist Inna Stefurak
  • 2019 Сo-organizer Meetings for teacher and students «Trainings for teachers Girls Rules» with Nastia Yurchenko from Feministychna Maysternya NGO

PUBLIKATIONEN



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Право на мінімальну гідну зарплатню [Right to a Decent Minimum Wage]

rosalux.org.ua, 2019 zum Internetartikel


Праця молоді в Україні: Недосяжна успішність і реальні порушення трудового законодавства [Youth work in Ukraine: unattainable succes and real violation of labor legislation]

womo.ua, 2018 zum Internetartikel


То робилося вночі [It Was Made In The Night Time]

politkrytyka.org, 2018 zum Internetartikel


«В Україні треба бути або генієм, або дуже багатим. Інакше ти просто ніхто» [«In Ukraine You Have to Be Either a Genius or Very Rich. Otherwise, You Are Nothing», Interview with Anna Oksiutovych About Her Exhibition «The Diary of Ukrainian Migrant Worker»]

politkrytyka.org, 2018 zum Internetartikel


Атипова, гібридна і нелегальна зайнятість в Україні: молодіжний аспект [Atypical, Hybrid and Illegal Employment in Ukraine: a Youth Perspective]

politkrytyka.org, 2018 zum Internetartikel


Кілька історій з Галичини (до питання термінології і практики) [А few stories from Galicia: toward question to terminology and practice]

femwork.org, 2017 zum Internetartikel


Небо над Брюсселем [The Sky Under the Brussels]

www.korydor.in.ua, 2017 zum Internetartikel


Гибридная и нелегальная занятость в Украине: молодежный аспект [Hybrid and unofficial work in Ukraine: a Youth Aspect]

rev.org.ua, 2017 zum Internetartikel