Viktoriia Muliavka is a PhD student in Sociology at Graduate School for Social Research (GSSR), Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IFiS PAN) and Visiting Research Student in Eastern European Studies in School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies, University College London. She obtains an MA in Economy and Society of GSSR and Lancaster University. Viktoriia is working on a dissertation reassessing the concept of grievance in the context of contemporary protest events, specifically the international youth movement of Fridays for Future. In IFiS PAN she is participating in the research projects studying political voice and economic inequality and surveying demonstrations. Apart from that, Viktoriia is a managing editor and author of Ukrainian critical media Commons Journal. Her research and civic interests include social movements, socio-economic inequalities, post-socialist transformations, political economy.
Updated October 2019
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