Uładzimir Ivanavič Hančaryk (Belarusian: Уладзімір Іванавіч Ганчарык, Russian: Владимир Гончарик) (born 29 April 1940 in Lahojsk, Soviet Union), also sometimes referred to as Vladimir Goncharik (in Russian), is a Belarusian politician.
He was the candidate from united opposition forces that stood against Alexander Lukashenko in the 2001 elections for the office of President of Belarus. As he was the candidate from united opposition, he was supported by a fellow opposition candidate Siamion Domash, who withdrew his candidacy and urged his supporters to vote for Hančaryk. Hančaryk failed to become the president, when the electoral committee announced official results, according to which he lost the vote to Lukashenko by a 60 percent margin. The elections were considered fraudulent by independent observers.