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Oleksandr Shevchenko

Aarhus, Denmark
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About Oleksandr
Oleksandr Shevchenko is a Ukrainian journalist based in Aarhus, Denmark.
Languages
English Russian Ukrainian
Services
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast) Vox Pop
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Politics Current Affairs Breaking News
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Portfolio

Indirect corporate agricultural land use in Ukraine: distribution, causes, consequences

17 Aug 2020  |  www.inderscience.com
The study examines the increasing trend of indirect control over agricultural land in Ukraine, where agricultural enterprises use land plots of subsidiary companies without acquiring property or land use rights. Traditional state regulation of the agricultural land market is losing effectiveness, with land rights increasingly acquired through corporate rights of companies that nominally own or use the land. The research suggests directions for improving control over the economic concentration of land resources in agriculture.

"The Independent" is my diploma project. A documentary about Hromadske.UA, the first public channel in Ukraine. The film is in Ukrainian.

"To Climb the Ladder" (ukr. Здертись драбиною) is a film about one day of "The Jossers" band's life. The guys are touring through Ukraine in support of their debut LP. The name of the documentary refers to the name of one of the greatest hits - ""Bronchitis" (Climb the Ladder)"

Former State Duma Deputy Says 'Many of My Colleagues Did Not Want to Vote for the 'Annexation' of Crimea'

21 Feb 2017  |  Радіо Свобода
Denis Voronenkov, a former member of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation who voted for the annexation of Crimea, has moved to Ukraine with his wife Maria Maksakova, a former deputy from United Russia, and received Ukrainian citizenship. Voronenkov now opposes his previous stance, calling the annexation a mistake and facing criticism in Russia. He claims many of his colleagues in the State Duma did not want to vote for the annexation. Voronenkov is under federal search in Russia for alleged fraud. He has provided valuable testimony in the treason case against former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, according to Ukraine's Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko.

Inter-Editorial Exchange Program: How Does It Work?

10 Aug 2016  |  ms.detector.media
The article discusses the Inter-Editorial Exchange Program in Ukraine, which offers journalists the opportunity to intern at different media outlets across the country. The program, supported by MyMedia and the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, aims to foster professional development and enhance the quality of journalism. Participants receive stipends and are selected based on criteria such as relevance of proposed topics and willingness to intern in less popular regions. The program has faced challenges such as media bias and the need for physical office space for partner media. Successful interns have gone on to make significant contributions to journalism, illustrating the program's impact on media quality and influence.

Vitaliy Portnikov: 'Trends, not people, rule the world'

14 Jul 2016  |  detector.media
Vitaliy Portnikov, a prominent Ukrainian journalist specializing in international affairs, discusses the state of international journalism in Ukraine, his career, and his views on global trends. He emphasizes the importance of understanding historical and cultural contexts, reading literature, and learning languages to grasp international dynamics. Portnikov reflects on his experiences, including being the first Ukrainian correspondent abroad and creating the first international program on Ukrainian television. He also shares his desire to interview political figures like Angela Merkel and Nursultan Nazarbayev and offers advice to aspiring journalists.
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