THE STORY OF OUR STRUGGLE NOMINATED FOR AN INTERNATIONAL AWARD

THE STORY OF OUR STRUGGLE NOMINATED FOR AN INTERNATIONAL AWARD

Alice Kustikova, journalist "New Newspaper" who had done so much to support our fight was out in the country, says:
"I don't even know what pleases me more: to be in the final three of an international competition with journalists from Vietnam and Pakistan or what my content for «Novaya Gazeta» dense about Russian corruption in the regions crossed the language barrier.

I sent in 2018 Young Journalist Award of the history of Chelyabinsk, Petrozavodsk and St. Petersburg. 2018 Young Journalist Award – the award for young (under 30 years) journalists, which is presented annually to authors from countries with GNI below $20,000 per person.

Yesterday the results – I got to the final three of the contest Thomson Foundation. The name of the winner will be announced in November – and Yes, I'm going to London!

Thank you jury and «Novaya Gazeta”: my dear editors, friends, colleagues. Separately – co-authors stories: photojournalist Vlad Dakshin (Vlad Dokshin), which was filmed in Chelyabinsk and journalist Sergei Markelov (Petrozavodsk)."

Then a little English.
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Alisa Kustikova’s first piece, the Copper people, tells a story of the resistance of the citizens of Gdansk against the construction of the Tominsky Ore Mining and Processing Plant".
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Let's hope that Alisa will bring to Russia the main prize of the contest and even more people worldwide know about our struggle

The article Alice "Copper people" in Russian https://www.novayagazeta.ru/articles/2017/10/10/74101-stop-gok
And the same article in English https://docs.google.com/document/d/14ujGKW7vWt5HvmdcV8GTAwZ3uPZJKUdQl0Wq...

http://www.thomsonfoundation.org/latest/announcing-the-2018-young-journa...

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