Reporting in Contested Times - From Opinion to Discussion

On November 15th the Regional Office of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung "Dialogue Eastern Europe" will celebrate the 2nd anniversary of the and present a printed version of its best articles.

Within the framework of event, a discussion on “Reporting in Contested Times” will be held, whereby the local and international journalists together with media experts and civil society activists will analyze the problems of information space building and the role of media in the time of conflicts.

- Where stops the objective analysis and starts a blatant propaganda?
- How to prevent media from turning into an instrument of influence for certain groups of interests?
- Which criteria of responsibility there should be in journalism?
- The best practices in solving the similar problems.


Marija Ristic, Regional Network Director (Balkan Investigative Reporting Regional Network (BIRN Hub), Belgrad.

Natalia Ishchenko, Deputy Director of the Institute of World Policy, permanent contributor of the Day newspaper, Kyiv

Viktor Loshak, Director for strategy Kommersant publishing house, Editor-in-Chief of newspaper Petersburger Dialog, Moscow

Valeriy Kalnysh, Editor-in-Chief of Radio NV, Kyiv

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