Stories and reportages about life in Belarus

Collage by Euroradio

Belarusians increasingly face discrimination in Poland since the war in Ukraine began. Is the situation really bad?

Month (without) pride / sample photo by Euroradio

The stories of three queer people. How has their sense of security changed lately?

"My kitty stayed at home because he's a boy" / Euroradio/Hromadske

"Girls, I want to go home so bad."

Do the 30-year-olds feel nostalgic about the USSR? / collage by Ulad Rubanau, Euroradio

Some want to go back to the Soviet times. Others want eradication of the USSR legacy as quickly as possible.

Viktar Hanchar and Anatoly Krasouski​

President Lukashenka's first term was coming to an end. The opposition insisted on new elections. Lukashenka resisted them.

Hajnowka is just over 20 kilometers away from the border with Belarus / Euroradio

While locals remain indifferent to politics, they fear migrants from across the border with Belarus for various reasons.

Sisters Yulia and Hanna Mikhailau / / home archive

The girl talks about her seven brothers and sisters and discusses the situation in Belarus.

Belarus has a complicated relationship with the digital world / Euroradio​

Belarusians have matured as a nation, but big digital corporations still treat them without respect.

People detained at the protests walk out of the detention center on Akrestsina street on August 14, 2020 / Vasily Fedosenko / Reuters

The story of Nadzeya who went through hell at the Akrestsina detention center in Minsk after the Aug. 9 elections.