Małgorzata Nocuń

is a journalist specializing in Eastern Europe. In 2004-2006, she was a correspondent for the Tygodnik Powszechny weekly in Ukraine and Belarus. She is an editor of the Nowa Europa Wschodnia quarterly. She is the author of the book Wczesne życie and, together with Andrzej Brzeziecki, the books Białoruś: Kartofle i dżinsy, Ograbiony naród: Rozmowy z intelektualistami białoruskimi, and Armenia: Karawana śmierci. In 2014, she won an award in the Amnesty International “Pen of Hope” contest for her reporting from the North Caucasus.

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