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Katerina has been covering the war in Ukraine since 2014. At that time, she was reporting not only from the Ukrainian side but also from Russian-occupied territories in the Donbas region. In this episode of NARA podcast, we talk about Ukrainian journalism in wartime and how to do your work when you are a target.
Zaborona is a long-form media platform covering social issues in Ukraine and making investigations. “You always have to think about what we have to do when such a big war happens. We cannot be so long-form anymore. We have to rebuild the system and change our minds the way we think, write, record and collect information.”
They also organize first medical aid training for journalists.
The Story of One Basement in Mariupol. How Neighbors Helped Each Other to Survive in Unbearable Conditions by Katerina Sergatskova, Zaborona
Russian Soldiers Rape Women in Belarus. There Is No One to Protect Them by Anastasiya Oprishchenko, Zaborona
We are risking our lives to expose Russia’s atrocities. The world must do more than just watch by Katerina Sergatskova, The Guardian
Reporting in Ukraine: “This War is Unpredictable and Deadly Like No Other” by Robert Mahoney, Nieman Reports
Covering The War in Ukraine: “The Putin Regime Doesn’t Want Eye Witnesses” by Katerina Sergatskova, Nieman Reports