Alexander works as a journalist and translator for the Belarusian media outlet NEXTA in Warsaw, Poland. His parents were active in the Belarusian democracy movement and migrated to Germany in the late 1990s. Despite being born in Germany, Alexander is highly interested in the political situation in Belarus. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Politics and Society.
Wolfgang Andexlinger studied architecture at the TU Vienna as well as at the TU Delft in the Netherlands. He worked for several years as a lecturer at the Institute for Urban Design and Spatial Planning at the University of Innsbruck, where he received his PhD and his habilitation. Since 2016 he is the city planner of […]
Anna Aridzanjan is a journalist working for the Audience Development Department at t-online. She is a descendant of survivors of the Armenian Genocide, which started 1915 and was born in Yerevan, Armenia. When Anna was four years old Anna’s family fled to Germany, where she now lives with her husband and children.
Barbara Bachmann is a freelance reporter from South Tyrol. Her work mainly includes long-term projects, reports and portraits for newspapers and magazines such as Reportagen, the Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin and mare.
Gianfranco Benincasa, 56, journalist for Rai Trento, correspondent and anchorman. For Rai Sport he has covered Olympic Games, World Championships and European Championships in various sports. He has a degree in contemporary history from the University of Bologna. Benincasa has been President of the Ordine dei Giornalisti del Trentino Alto Adige – the Trentino – […]
Maria Bobyleva is a Russian journalist and a writer. Originally from Moscow, since March 2022 lives in Riga, Latvia. Maria works as a managing editor at Takie Dela, an independent Russian online media outlet about social problems. Before taking this position she had been a staff journalist at Takie Dela for 5 years writing about social injustice, gender […]
Johannes Bruckenberger is Editor-in-Chief of the Austria Press Agency APA. Bruckenberger started his journalistic career at the Salzkammergut Zeitung and has worked for APA since 1994. He initially worked as a freelancer for the APA journals Education, Research and Media as well as for the Chronicle Department. In 1998 he became media editor of the […]
Adolf Buitenhuis is a graphic designer. He has been in charge of the Atlas of Globalisation for Le Monde diplomatique Berlin since 2006. The last edition was published in 2022.
Nele Sophie Bulla, born 1999, is a student of the Master’s programme “Gender, Culture and Social Change” at the University of Innsbruck. Her focus is on media practice. She was born on the North Sea coast of Germany. After graduating from high school, the now 24-year-old lived in London for nine months to do voluntary […]
Matthew Caruana Galizia is the director of the Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation. He worked at the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), developing the technology that enabled major investigations such as ‘Panama Papers’ and ‘Paradise Papers’. In 2018, Matthew left ICIJ to continue working on the case around the killing of his mother, Daphne Caruana Galizia, who was […]