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Ukrainians trust their media more in 2018 than they did in 2017, reversing a generally downward trend in trust seen in polling since 2015, according to the annual Internews Media Consumption Survey presented today at a press conference.
A video report explores the lives of the people who remain unable to return home as the “frozen conflicts” in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine fester on.
A video report explores traditions related to winemaking in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
A video report explores the plague of oligarchy in Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.
An event co-hosted by the National Endowment of Democracy (NED) and Internews will focus on the current news and media environment in Ukraine.
A conference by Responsible Media Forum will feature experts and practitioners at the heart of events and initiatives that have changed the media industry.
There is a continued strong public demand for reporting on reforms, with more than 50 percent of respondents to the 2017 Media Consumption Survey saying that the informatio
Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, has a grand opera house, great churches and cathedrals, designers’ and chain stores, swanky restaurants and sweeping central avenues, everything required to make a place look European.