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press freedom

Hostwriter at the UNCOVERED: “Let’s have a basic income for freelance journalists”

“We’re allowed to dream: let’s have a basic income for freelance journalists!” – Hostwriter’s CEO Tabea proposed during a very down-to-earth discussion on how to create an enabling environment for investigative journalists working across borders in the EU. The chat… Continue Reading →

Journalists Without Borders?

The example of Iran shows the double-binding discrimination that journalists, especially female journalists, find themselves in when wanting to travel for work written by Sudabeh Rakhsh Photo by Slava Bowman on Unsplash “The visa has been refused.” It was the result of my… Continue Reading →

Why Visa Privilege is a Press Freedom Issue

Imagine two journalists want to investigate a story about corruption in the tomato trade between Gambia and Italy. A journalist with a British passport can travel to Italy cover the Italian side and then travel visa-free to Gambia in order… Continue Reading →

Press Freedom in Germany: What do journalists think?

Hostwriter CEO Tabea Grzeszyk was one of several journalists asked to respond the the question of rating freedom of the press in Germany for an article in Weser-Kurier.   “Wie bewerten Journalisten und Satiriker die Pressefreiheit in Deutschland? Das wollten… Continue Reading →

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