I'm a freelance editor and photographer, member of the French collective of independent journalists Les Plumé.e.s. (http://lesplumees.org) I co-signed an investigation about sexual violence used as weapon war in Ukraine for the "Zero Impunity" project, freelanced for French media, collaborated with a German radio, produced a radio show about the access to education in one of the poorest areas of Marseille. In 2015, I won the first prize of the "24 Hours Photomarathon" in Berlin.
In three years, the war in Ukraine has resulted in close to 10,000 deaths and more than 20,000 wounded. But another number remains in the shadows: that of victims of sexual violence committed by both pro-Russian and pro-Ukrainian forces. Co-digned with Ilione Schultz and Maria Varenikova (English version here https://zeroimpunity.com/ukraine-the-intimate-war/?lang=en )
Bulgaria, the poorest country in the European Union (EU), has been committed to reforming its justice system since 2007 to defeat bribes and patronage. Yet, according to a recent report by the European Commission, "the fight against corruption is the sector where Bulgaria has made the least progress in ten years". While Sofia has been in charge of the rotating presidency of the EU Council since 1 January, a scandal is shaking the apparent stability of the system: that of the Bulgartabac company.