National Union of Journalists of Ukraine

News Of The Week

February 6 – 12, 2023
Support for the media

Ukraine: “We will continue to stand with our affiliates until they can work with peace and justice”

Ahead of the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, IFJ Deputy General Secretary Jeremy Dear, who is co-ordinating the IFJ/EFJ’s emergency response to the situation in Ukraine, shares the successes and challenges of a year of unwavering work to support our local affiliates and Ukrainian journalists on the ground, and the urgent need to raise more funds in the midst of a war that drags on.

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Media Work During the War

“Reputation, risks and subtleties of translation,” introduction of fixing at Dnipro Journalists’ Solidarity Center

Starting December 2022, the Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy launched a series of master classes aimed at training fixers. The other day, the Dnipro Journalists’ Solidarity Center of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine (NUJU) hosted the event. It was there that the master class entitled Ukrainian Fixers: Local Context and Global Challenges took place.

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“When we return to our de-occupied territories, we will also perform the work of fixers,” displaced journalists on fixers

A master class from a cycle entitled Ukrainian Fixers: Local Context and Global Challenges, organized with the assistance of Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy, has been held at the Zaporizhzhia Journalists’ Solidarity Center of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine (NUJU).

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NUJU’s support

With the assistance of the NUJU, an issue of invincible newspaper Zmiyivskyi Kuriyer was published in Kharkiv Region

The latest issue of the Zmiyivskyi Kuriyer, a popular newspaper published in the town of Zmiyiv in the Kharkiv Region, was published thanks to the financial support of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine (NUJU) and foreign benefactors.

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Psychological support

How to preserve psychological balance and family relationship during the war: psychologist Maryna Breslavets’s advice

During the war, it becomes increasingly difficult to get along with the closest people, who are separated not only by distance, but also by borders between countries. How to get out of this ordeal, preserving family relations and psychological balance during forced separation from relatives?

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NUJU finances publishing a newspaper in front-line territory of Kharkiv Region

Visti Vodolazhchyny is the only printed source of information in two front-line communities – the Nova Vodolaha and Starovirivka ones.

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