Barış Altıntaş is an Istanbul-based journalist. Early on in her career, she worked for different news agencies and newspapers in Ankara and Istanbul including the Economic News Agency (EBA) and Turkish Daily News, reporting on politics, women’s rights and science. Later, she moved on to working as a freelance journalist, contributing to websites of newspapers […]
Yaraslava Ananka is a scientist of Slavic Studies, essay writer and translator from Belarus living in Berlin. She is a scientific co-worker at the Department of Slavic and Hungarian Studies and a member of the Belarussian PEN Centre.
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.
Yavuz Baydar is the Editor-in-Chief of Ahval, a trilingual independent online news site and podcasts on Turkey. Since the attempted coup in 2016 he lives in exile in Europe. Beginning at Milliyet daily in 1999 as Turkey’s first news ombudsman Baydar worked as a reader representative until 2014. His work included reader complaints with content, and […]
Markus Beckedahl is the founder of netzpolitik.org, a medium for digital civil liberties and one of the biggest welfare orientated media in Germany. He is the co-founder of the re:publica conference, which is Europe’s leading festival regarding digital society.
Karoline Bofinger is a comic editor of the German edition of Le Monde diplomatique. She is also a freelance photographer, graphic designer and curator of a number of comic exhibitions.
Annalisa Camilli is an Italian journalist based in Rome, she is a member of the editorial board of Internazionale. She has also published articles in Politico, Open Democracy, The New Humanitarian and others newspapers.
Naomi Colvin works for Blueprint for Free Speech in London. She has aparticular interest in whistleblowing as a freedom of expression issueand the legal threats journalists, whistleblowers and activists can facein their own countries and internationally. She is currently working oncross-European projects on whistleblowing and on combating SLAPPs – Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation.
Theresia Crone is a Fridays for Future activist since 2019 and started her #EndEndoSilence campaign in the beginning of 2022. She writes a column for the Neuen Osnabrücker Zeitung NOZ where she addresses young issues. Theresia Crone is studying German-French law in Cologne and Paris.
Matthias Daum (*1979) is a journalist and has headed ZEIT’s Swiss office in Zurich since 2014. He studied history, philosophy and art history in Zurich. He has written for ZEIT Switzerland since 2009, first as a freelancer and later as an editor. Before that, he worked as a journalist for the Zürichsee-Zeitung and the Neue […]