Coworking media hub for Ukrainian and foreign journalists launched in Kharkiv 


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The Kharkiv Media Hub has opened to support Ukrainian and foreign media working in Kharkiv and the region. 

The platform will be a source of information about national and regional issues. Briefings by representatives of the government and civil society, expert discussions and cultural events will be held there.   


Kharkiv Media Hub will work with other organizations that provide support to journalists. The goal is to become a one-stop shop where journalists in Kharkiv can find help with accreditation, fixers, contacts, etc.   


The Hub will also function as a co-working space.


Nataliia Kurdiukova, journalist and co-founder of nakipelo.ua, will manage the project.   


Kharkiv Media Hub is located in a safe venue in the center of Kharkiv. It is part of the Media Center Ukraine network, which also operates in Kyiv and Lviv. 


Media Center Ukraine is a civic initiative aimed at helping journalists cover the war and developing strategies and communication campaigns to contribute to Ukraine’s future reconstruction. It was founded by a team of professional communicators in March 2022. 


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