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02.12.2022

“We don’t want Belarus to become an information black hole.” Discussions at Free Journalism Forum

Despite all repressions, the second Free Journalism Forum was held in Vilnius and attended by Belarusian media experts and reporters. Although the news setting is now imbued with pessimistic reports, the present and future of independent media were extensively discussed at the event, which was definitely encouraging.

02.12.2022

Digital Video Producer, CT Digital, Vilnius

We are looking for a Vilnius-based Digital Video Producer for Current Time TV to be responsible for producing compelling multimedia content for the Belarusian audience on digital platforms.  

02.12.2022

Journalist Aleh Hruzdzilovich to receive Hope for Freedom Award

At the Free Journalism Forum held on 1 December in the Seimas of Lithuania, the Hope for Freedom Award was presented to journalist Aleh Hruzdzilovich, who has recently been released from prison and left Belarus.

01.12.2022

Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya: “Strong democracy cannot be built without independent media”

The leader of Belarusian democratic forces Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya issued a statement to be presented at the Free Journalism Forum in Vilnius (Lithuania), in which she addressed Belarusian journalists. In the video, she declared her commitment to critical comments and mentioned those behind bars.

BAJ, Viasna and ABF start collecting humanitarian aid for Ukraine in Vilnius 01.12.2022

BAJ, Viasna and ABF start collecting humanitarian aid for Ukraine in Vilnius

Everyone can join: bring the things and food from the list or make a donation.

30.11.2022

Ten years of imprisonment: Supreme Court dismisses Aliaksandr Fiaduta’s appeal

On 29 November, the Supreme Court of Belarus considered the appeal of political scientist Aliaksandr  Fiaduta challenging his sentence for “attempted coup d’etat.” As the human rights activists predicted, the appeal was denied, and the verdict was upheld – 10 years of imprisonment.

30.11.2022

Dzianis Ivashyn preventively registered as extremism-prone

Human rights activists found out that last spring Hrodna prison administration preventively registered journalist Dzianis Ivashyn as “prone to extremism and other destructive actions.” It is known that almost all political prisoners have such a status, which once again proves the political motivation behind the criminal prosecution of Ivashyn.

30.11.2022

Lukashenka's press corps ex-reporter recognized as political prisoner

Joint statement by the Belarusian human rights community

24.11.2022

August2020 Instagram page deemed extremist

The August2020 project was created by a group of independent journalists and volunteers to collect and publish the stories of people tortured by security forces, reports Viasna Human Rights Center.

24.11.2022

Hrodna.life declared “extremist formation”

Belarusian authorities have updated the List of Organizations, Formations, and Individual Entrepreneurs Involved in Extremist Activities. Another media outlet, Hrodna.life, was added to it. The updated list is published on the website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.