Tag Journalist-in-Residence
16 Jun

“You can’t write anything without considering the war, because the war changed everything” – Interview with Ukrainian journalist Maria Grynevych

Maria Grynevych is a Ukrainian journalist and Chief Editor of the news agency Socportal. She has been displaced since the start of the war in Ukraine. Maria is currently participating in ECPMF’s Journalist-in-Residence programme in Leipzig.

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13 Jan

“In Leipzig I felt very safe. I had time to think.” – Ayşe Düzkan, ECPMF Journalist-in-Residence

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20 Aug

Türkiye’de penguenleşme

CNNTurk, Gezi Parkı'nda inşaat için ağaçların kesilmesi üzerine protestoların görüntülerini göstermek yerine penguenler üzerine bir belgesel yayınladığından beri penguenler Türkiye'de medyaya müdahale sembolü haline geldi. Bu, sosyal medyanın Türk halkı için öneminin arttığına işaret etti.

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20 Aug

Social media law in Turkey: a new stage of penguinisation

In Turkey, many police violence cases only came to light through social media. Similarly, many murders of women that were unsolved or unpunished were made public due to pressure from the social media and the perpetrators were put on trial and prosecuted. With the new socila media law, these will all become impossible.

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15 Jun

Das ECPMF unterstützt bedrohte und exilierte Medienschaffende in Deutschland

Das ECPMF bietet auch weiterhin eine große Auswahl an Unterstützungsangeboten für in Deutschland lebende, exilierte Journalist:innen an.

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14 Feb

Blaž Zgaga

“I am freelance investigative journalist based in Slovenia, who writes for the Croatian weekly magazine Nacional and works with European Investigative Collaborations (EIC). After I disclosed that the most powerful […]

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