Online + Frankfurt am Main | 15 – 23 October 2022

Free journalism and its limits

Journalism must be able to be free to a certain extent in research and in the expression of opinions, and often and increasingly it cannot. Courageous journalists in restrictive regimes show us what the fourth power in the state can achieve and how it must act in order to make itself heard and maintain a critical voice. What does the future offer in order to be able to freely express one's opinion in a democratic sense? This conversation teaches us what is possible to make one's voice heard and when one reaches one's limits due to political repression or ethical constraints. A conversation with Veronika Munk, tba.

In cooperation with Creative Europe Desk NRW.

Tuesday, 18/10/2022

05:00 PM – 06:00 PM


Veronika Munk

Veronika Munk is an award-winning Hungarian journalist, co-Founder and Head of Content Development of the independent Hungarian online news daily Telex. She was the deputy editor-in-chief at Index, Hungary’s largest online news daily, from where she and her colleagues resigned in July 2020 due to … Read more

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