n-ost, a Berlin-based media NGO, announces the 4th Kyiv Media Hub event

On 14 December, a panel discussion “Ukraine Reported: Overcoming Obstacles” will take place in Kyiv, at the venue of Urban Space 500. It will focus on the challenges of reporting on Russia’s war against Ukraine. The invited speakers will reflect upon the following issues:

  • Covering war for German and Italian media;
  • How editorial focus and audience’s perceptions have been changing through the years of war;
  • What are the effects of the limited access for journalists.

Invited speakers:

  • Rebecca Barth, journalist for ARD;
  • Davide Maria De Luca, journalist reporting for Domani and other Italian media;
  • Azad Safarov, Sky News producer in Ukraine.

Moderation by Serhii Stukanov — a deputy editor-in-chief and a host at Ukrainian Radio (Ukrainian Public Broadcaster).

When and Where?

Thursday, 14 December at 18:30 o’clock. Urban Space 500 (9 Hrinchenka Str.)

Please register if you intend to come by filling out this form.

n-ost, a Berlin-based media NGO, announces the 4th Kyiv Media Hub event

The event will be live streamed on Facebook page n-ost and partner pages: Lviv Media Forum, UkraineWorld, Detector Media, Mediamaker.

Kyiv Media Hub — a series of monthly events and networking activities in the framework of “The Europe-Ukraine Desk” project.

These events are aimed to bring together Ukrainian journalists and their foreign colleagues to discuss professional topics related to journalistic work in Ukraine, share experiences, and create opportunities for collaboration. The Kyiv Media Hub is going to feature expert speakers, panel discussions, interactive workshops and non-formal gatherings. It is open to all journalists and media professionals working in Ukraine.

The Europe-Ukraine Desk was launched by n-ost at the beginning of 2023 with the purpose to foster exchange and cross-border collaboration between journalists from Ukraine and Europe. It consists of fellowship programmes, a subsequent grant programme for the development of joint publications, and a weekly newsletter summarising current discussions about Ukraine in Bulgaria, France , Germany, Hungary, Italy, and Spain. The project is funded by the European Commission and will run until the end of 2024.

For any questions, please contact the Kyiv-based project coordinator Oksana Mamchenkova mamchenkova@n-ost.org.