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Cinthia Membreño on the Global Network for Journalists in Exile

  • Columbia Journalism Review
  • Ayodeji Rotinwa

The exiled Nicaraguan media outlet Confidencial cofounded the Network of Exiled Media Organizations (NEMO). The members share best practices on how to produce journalism in circumstances where they are cut off from their sources and audience, and offer one another technical advice and moral support.

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No Safe Places for Exiled Russian Journalists

  • Arte

An estimated 1,000 Russian journalists have gone into exile to escape the threat of prosecution in their home country. In Europe, many believe they are safe. But in April, the suspected poison attacks on two journalists and an opposition activist became known. One of them is Elena Kostyuchenko, a well-known Russian journalist with great resonance.

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Belarusian Journalists Strive to Keep Reporting

  • Voice of America
  • Liam Scott

The Belarusian outlet Tut.by, labeled ‚extremist‘, faces trials. The team, now in exile, launches Zerkalo, aiming to continue reporting on Belarus, highlighting truth amid Lukashenko’s crackdown.

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The Story of a Russian Journalist Who Fled to Turkey

  • Free Turkey Journalists (IPI)
  • Vladimir Sokolov

Vladimir Sokolov, an independent Russian journalist, shares his personal story revolving around his choice to leave Russia and seek exile in Turkey in the aftermath of the Ukraine invasion.

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