Souspilnist Foundation, in partnership with UA:PBC, will meet at noon on February 7 to discuss “How journalists can cope with anxiety in combat conditions: the practical aspect.”
The event aims to provide practical guidance on managing anxiety when working in combat conditions and whether it is possible to create a circle of support between journalists and service members.
We will be discussing:
- Self-regulation techniques: how to restore self-control?
- Journalists’ peer support groups in combat conditions.
- Establishing a collaboration between journalists and the territorial defense and Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Among the speakers are
- Yevheniia Podobna, journalist, editor-in-chief for the UA:PBC documentary programs, military correspondent, and media coach;
- Roman Bochkala, journalist and military correspondent covering military and civil conflicts around the world; co-founder of NGO Stop Corruption;
- Oleksandr Makhov, military correspondent for TV channel DOM; a settler from Luhansk; a Donbas combat veteran;
- Anastasiia Nizhnik, mental health counselor and author of mental health programs for journalists; has worked at a hospital with the wounded in action;
- Yevheniia Kytayiva, military correspondent and news presenter.
Moderated by: Andriy Sydorenko, head of mental health programs for journalists at Souspilnist Foundation
When: from 12:00 to 13:30 on February 17.
Where: 26, Khreshchatyk Street, the premises of the UA:PBC Public Media Academy.
Please register by 13:00 on February 16, 2022, on https://forms.gle/jsXdrSs17scsYCvU7.
Participation requires a valid vaccination certificate or a negative PCR test.