A war lesson: The reform of journalism will be feminist

By Johana Kotišová. Originally published by Revue Prostor (in Czech). From objectivity to the abyss Journalism is in crisis. This mantra has been used for years by media theorists from the so-called Global North to describe anything from the consequences of the post-2008 economic crisis in the media through the precarity of media professionals linked to the rapidly […]

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Ukrainian journalists’ new role: collecting evidence of war crimes

By Natalie Gryvnyak I had never thought of becoming a war journalist or a war producer. Yet, in the last nine years, I have become a person that has experienced direct shootings and killings of people on Institutskaya street during Maidan. I saw “little green men” and the military in Crimea during the “referendum” and

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