Twitter @UNHumanRights Facebook unitednationshuman rights Instagram @unitednationshumanrights More information about cookies, including how to withdraw your consent, can be found here. Ballet dancers can be seen in front of a cloud of mushrooms, and the words read: „A copy of Novaya, created in accordance with all the rules of the amended Russian Criminal Code.” The coverage refers to an escalation of nuclear tensions, a performance of Swan Lake, which was streamed on Russian state television during a KGB coup attempt in 1991, and the recently amended media law, which provides for heavy penalties for „fake news” about the war in Ukraine. Pressure on independent Russian and international media has forced several of them to close or relocate their activities abroad. Journalists are instructed to use only official statements and avoid the words „attack” and „invasion”. Moscow-based Novaya Gazeta, run by Nobel laureate Dmitry Muratov, received a warning from media regulator Roskomnadzor in the early days of the Russian invasion. Wyrażając zgodę, otrzymasz reklamy produktów, które są dopasowane do Twoich potrzeb. Sprawdź Zaufanych Partnerów Ceneo.pl. Pamiętaj, że oni również mogą korzystać ze swoich zaufanych podwykonawców. Gazeta Lwowska (German: Lviv Gazette) is a biweekly magazine in Polish published since December 24, 1990 in Lviv, Ukraine.
The publication refers to the traditions of the Polish-language newspaper Gazeta Lwowska, which appeared between 1811 and 1944 and as such was one of the oldest Polish newspapers. Wyrażenie zgody jest dobrowolne. Wycofanie zgody nie zabrania serwisowi Ceneo.pl przetwarzania dotychczas zebranych danych. We are deeply concerned by the Moscow court`s decision to revoke the license of Novaya Gazeta, a respected national newspaper whose editor-in-chief was awarded the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize. The court found that the newspaper had repeatedly violated the legal requirements of foreign agents. Prenumerata Wyborcza Pakiet Podstawowy – 3 miesiące Pamiętaj, że klikając przycisk « Nie zgadzam się » nie zmniejszasz liczby wyświetlanych reklam, oznacza to tylko, że ich zawartość nie będzie dostosowana do Twoich zainteresowań. Since then, the regulator has ordered the blocking of several websites, including the Russian version of Voice of America. Novaya Gazeta journalists are used to working under pressure. Media workers have been threatened, harassed and even killed because of their reporting. Now they are working to survive a repressive environment, says Nadezhda Prusenkova. In an interview with VOA`s Russian service, Novaya Gazeta reporter spoke about the pressure on the country`s media and efforts to maintain the flow of information. The interview has been translated and edited for length and clarity.
What is the state of mind of the editorial staff of Novaya Gazeta? Prusenkova: I have been working at Novaya Gazeta for quite a long time and this is probably the most difficult period in the history of Novaya Gazeta. The last edition we published was the most difficult, both technically and morally to compile. How do you manage to keep working? Prusenkova: When the fake news law came into force, nearly 30 media outlets were blocked, shut down or destroyed. Journalism has been lost in Russia – it simply no longer exists. At least one independent journalism. We are still here. We are trying to do our job. We understand that our voice – even if it cannot call black „black” and white „white” – has also been silenced, because when we call a spade a spade, we are closed and cease to exist.
We asked our readers: What should we do if we can`t call special surgery by its proper name? What if we can`t write about what`s really going on and just type press releases from the Department of Defense — something we won`t do because it violates ethics and common sense and all the laws of being? And our readers supported us. They said they didn`t care what we called the current situation: „We know what you mean. Stay as long as you can. That`s the only reason we didn`t close or leave ourselves. Media outlets such as Ekho Moskvy have been blocked and liquidated. Do you think Muratov`s awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize helped keep Novaya Gazeta open? Prussenkova: I`ll be honest, I don`t know. Based on the terrible logic by which things are happening now, the price would be an argument to shut us down. Like everyone else, we received a handful of warnings from the [media regulator]. Like everyone else, we received a letter from the Ministry of Defense stating that the media – and Novaya Gazeta in particular – publish unverified information and fake news. That was before the law came into force.