Ukraine War Diary by Anthony Borden
Reporting from Ukraine by IWPR founder and executive director Anthony Borden.
To understand the challenges of local journalism, it is essential to me to continue working as a journalist, and I have travelled on a number of reporting and training missions to Ukraine over the past year.
IWPR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
From Ukrainian journalists and volunteers, from government officials and from citizens across the country who have suffered from the war, I’m sure I’ve learned more than I have been able to share. All of my reports are undertaken in partnership with superb local journalists, to whom I owe much.
"Why should young Ukrainians die just for the absolute absurdity of some medieval concept of history and empire?"
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