: Ukrainian media forum starts in Warsaw on April 7

14:58 Mar. 30, 2016

Ukrainian media forum starts in Warsaw on April 7

Piotr Stasinski and Jaroslaw Kurski, Editors-in-Chief of Gazeta Wyborcza, read the next day's paper on February 26, 2016 in Warsaw, Poland (Getty Images)

Main participants are media working for the Ukrainian community in Poland

A media forum focusing on issues concerning Ukraine and Poland is set to take place in Warsaw. The event is organized by the Ukrainian Community in the country along with "Our choice" fund.

The main goal of the forum is to present the contemporary experience of the media working, in particular for the Ukrainian minority target audience.

The visitors are set to see how Poland is represented in the foreign media, as well as witness the changes currently unfolding in the global media market.

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The focus is mainly on journalists, editors, and publishers working for the Ukrainian diaspora in Poland. Key representatives of the Ukrainian community are also invited to speak at the event.

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