Vincuk Viačorka (Belarusian: Вінцук Вячорка, [vʲinˈtsuk vʲaˈtʂorka], born July 7, 1961) is a Belarusian linguist, politician and the former leader (1999–2007) of the Belarusian National Front (BNF), a Belarusian opposition party.
Vincuk Viačorka worked as a professor at the Minsk State Pedagogical Institute and the Belarusian Humanities Lyceum, as a journalist and the deputy chief redactor of the culture magazine "Spadčyna" (Спадчына).
From 1979, Viačorka was an active member of the national-democratic movement in Belarus. He was one of the founders of several juvenile cultural groups and organisations: Majstroŭnia (Майстроўня, 1979–1984), Tałaka (Талака, 1986–1989), the Confederation of Belarusian Juvenile Organisations (1988–1989).
Vincuk Viačorka candidated for deputate in the Supreme Soviet of Belarus, but was not successful.
In 1988, he was one of the founders of the BPF. Viačorka was head of programme documents commission and a member of the party's central board. In 1995-1999 he was deputy head of the BPF.
Mr. Viačorka is the founder and head of an educational non-governmental organization, the Supolnaść Centre (Цэнтар "Супольнасьць) and was head of the working group of the NGO Assembly of Belarus (1999–2000).
Vincuk Viačorka speaks several European languages, is married, has two daughters and a son. His wife Aryna is a mathematician. His son Franak is a youth activist for the BNF, and is a former student of the Belarusian Humanities Lyceum. Both Vincuk and his son were featured in the 2006 documentary film by Miroslaw Dembinski, A Lesson of Belarusian.
- Vincuk Viačorka's 2004 parliamentary elections campaign
- Partyja BNF - official website