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Journalists from 60 countries recently convened in the Swiss capital Bern to discuss what it's like to tell stories in their homelands.
 

This content was published on September 2, 2019 - 10:45


It was all part of the "Reportagen FestivalExternal link": more than 50 events giving insight into issues that move people around the world, through the eyes of the journalists who report on them. 

We live-streamed two events at the festival: first, a panel on "Unfree Press",External link with journalists from Jordan, Russia and China discussing what it's like to work in places where press freedom is restricted:

Second, we featured journalists who are working or have worked in Taiwan and Hong Kong on a panel about covering democracy issues External linkin those places:

The festival included the first-ever "True Story Award," an honour given to one of these 39 nominated pieces of journalismExternal linkThese were the winners.

swissinfo.ch was a media partner for the Reportagen Festival. 



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