Eastern European Independent Journalist Fund
An urgent lifeline for journalists from Ukraine, Russia and Belarus
Eurozine supports the campaign for an Eastern European Independent Journalist Fund. The fund will pay for stories produced by Ukrainian, Belarusian and Russian journalists who are reporting the truth on the war despite the enormous risks. It will allow journalists to continue to accurately inform their audiences and to tell the world what’s happening on the ground.
The campaign coordinator is Transitions, the Prague-based publishing and journalism training organization. The campaign is supported by over 25 media support organizations and media outlets with deep experience across the region.
This important initiative will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Sat 2 April 2022. We urge you, Eurozine’s readers, to support the campaign!
Published 28 March 2022
Original in English
First published by Eurozine
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