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The SnowCalmth blog (after refered to as SnowCalmth) is a website hosted in the Ukrainian city of Kyiv. It started out in 2015 as a small blog written by Vadim Dovganyuk on the domain ‘snowcalmth.com.ua’. (Domain has since then been abandoned.) Which moved in late July of 2016 to the snowcalmth.com domain, where it’s still located today.

SnowCalmth is a personal blog focusing upon primarily political, charitable and (mental) health subjects. It also includes translations of non-English music videos and short videos, as well subtitled English music videos and short videos. All content published which is property of different parties are always licensed or otherwise permission was given for it to be used or published (when applicable). All written text is original and always our own, unless it’s clearly stated otherwise.

Our views surrounding the subjects of specifically adoption, foster care, Crimea and autism can be seen as controversial. We want to be clear that our views are our opinions and do not necessarily reflects yours. We believe that everyone has the right of his/her own opinion. That being said, we strongly stand against bullying and other forms of harassment — this means, for example, that we don’t defame others nor allow defamation of ourselves. If we do end up subject to this, we may choose to protect our name and rights through DLA Piper, our prefered law firm.

Although this blog is hosted in Ukraine, the current 2 writers are both based in the Polish city of Szczecin. Since 2021, this blog is written by the original creator Vadim and his son Vladislav. Vadim is of Ukrainian origin, while Vladislav is of Russian origin. Both believe strongly in the activities of the British charity ChildAid, which is the main support of this blog.