Kseniya Kirillova - Journalist. Analyst. Writer. On January 24 one of the most long-standing independent sites "Charter'97" was blocked by the decision of the Ministry of Information. The chief editor of the site Natallia Radzina stresses that repressions against the opposition media started almost 20 years ago. "In 1997 the Human Rights Initiative "Charter'97" was … Continue reading BELARUS. (Exclusive). Lukashenka Keeps Destroying Independent Press – Natallia Radzina
Kseniya Kirillova - Journalist. Analyst. Writer. Kseniya Kirillova is a Russian journalist that focuses on analyzing Russian society, political processes in modern Russia and the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. She writes for Radio Liberty and other outlets. While some Donetsk residents are trying to leave the occupied zone, newcomers from Russia’s depressed zones are streaming into … Continue reading UKRAINE. “Visitors” from Russia pushing out Donbass locals and taking over housing
Kseniya Kirillova - Journalist. Analyst. Writer. At least 58 journalists have been killed in Russia since 1993, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists. That includes several Novaya Gazeta journalists who were killed or died in mysterious circumstances since 2000. When the Russian reporter left her hometown of Ekaterinburg, Russia in early 2014 to move to … Continue reading RUSSIA. After the death of his colleague, a Russian journalist is afraid of returning home
Kseniya Kirillova - Journalist. Analyst. Writer. Feb. 27 marked exactly six months since the death of my close friend and colleague, Russian and Ukrainian journalist Aleksandr Shchetinin. And the following day, Feb. 28, marked the second anniversary of the murder of Russian political figure Boris Nemtsov. At first glance it might appear that there is … Continue reading RUSSIA. Kseniya Kirillova: Moscow’s bloody list
By Jonathan Chait, Ed Kilgore, Ezekiel Kweku, Eric Levitz, and Max Read This weekend, the New York Times published a profile of an American white nationalist and Nazi sympathizer, which was controversial for its tone and approach. It also sparked a discussion about how the media should cover Nazis and the Nazi-adjacent. Five New York writers tried to sort it out. … Continue reading 21 century. How Should the Media Cover Nazis?
Zaynab M. Dost Amnesty International, an international human rights NGO, advises against the detention of Uzbek journalist Khudoberdi Nurmatov (also known by name Ali Feruz) by the Russian authorities. Amnesty’s Deputy Director for Europe and Central Asia, Denis Krivosheev, said Moscow must release the journalist and ensure his safety and protection. Khudoberdi Nurmatov was arrested … Continue reading UZBEKISTAN. Amnesty International advises against the detention of Uzbek journalist
by Peter Stano - journalist Взращивание ненависти в народе порождает геноцид и новые концлагеря. Январь 2014. Кажется обычный день. Революция в Украине, протесты против президента во Франции, где то теракты. . . Но знаем ли мы о новой угрозе сегодня? О ней написал немец Мартин Нимеллер. Это его слова: «Когда нацисты пришли за коммунистами, я … Continue reading GERMANY. Cultivating hatred in the people gives rise to genocide, new concentration camps
by Peter Stano - journalist. Billions of people use the Internet. Just like the owner of his own home closes his house to the castle, also people want security in the global Internet. What is really happening? Why Mark Zuckerberg and other people interfere in the lives of billions of people and want to control … Continue reading WORLD. Can Mark Zuckerberg control the global Internet?
Susan Benn. Journalist. Unfortunately good people die. Gavin MacFadyen. We are extremely sad to announce the death of Gavin MacFadyen, CIJ’s Founder, Director and its leading light. Gavin died of lung cancer surrounded by loved ones in London. Over his lifetime Gavin was a fierce defender of justice and human rights around the world. He was a … Continue reading UNITED KINGDOM. The Death of an Honest and Courageous Man
The task of "Journalistic Investigations" is not only to expose or scandal. The investigation of our journalists is that justice would triumph. That would expose the mafia and corruption ties. And this is a long and systematic investigation, which would subsequently make a publication about the facts sheltered from society.