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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Female Journalists

Panel discussion / Czech language only


According to leading female Czech journalists, how does the public think about women? Can we change the status of women through media work that looks at women and nurtures sensitivity towards their position? Are today’s editorial offices capable of reflecting women’s more complex situation and accommodate them at work? Will the Czech public manage to talk about this issue without emotions, or would they rather sweep it under the carpet? And how are Czech media outlets doing on the issue of equal opportunities, pay, and other working conditions? 

In cooperation with Aktuálně.cz.



Zuzana Kleknerová 

Kleknerová studied political science and history in Hamburg and Prague. Before joining the Czech media, she worked for several publications in Germany. Until August 2016 she led the foreign section at Aktuálně.cz, where she also held the position of deputy editor-in-chief. She is the Head of Content at Economia, which publishes Hospodářské noviny and Respekt and operates the websites Aktuálně.cz and iHNed.cz.


Šárka Pálková 

Pálková studied journalism and media studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Charles University in Prague. She has worked for the Týden.cz, Lidovky.cz, Czech Television, and iDNES news portals. Since the summer of 2018 she has been the head of domestic news at the online news portal Aktuálně.cz.


Petra Procházková 

Czech humanitarian worker and journalist. She became known primarily for her reporting from armed conflicts that arose after the collapse of the Soviet Union in the Caucasus region, including Chechnya, Abkhazia, and Nagorno-Karabakh. She worked for many years for Lidové noviny; currently she writes for the online news server Denik N. She has received numerous prestigious journalism awards for her work.


Kateřina Šafaříková 

Czech journalist. Šafaříková has long worked as an editor at Respekt and spent five years as a reporter for Lidové noviny in Brussels. Her long-term focus is on Czech foreign policy, the European Union, and topics with a social dimension. She was voted one of the ten best reporters in Brussels from 2004 to 2009 by the Foreign Press Association. In 2017 she received the Karel Havlíček Borovský Award for Journalism.



Petr Vizina

Czech journalist and musician. Graduate from Charles University, Catholic Theological Faculty. He was the head of the culture news department of Czech TV. In the past he wrote articles for Lidové noviny, Hospodářské noviny, Respekt and Reflex. He also played drums in the bands Otcovy děti, Traband a Šarközi.


Czech Language Only

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