> From: 11111 &23%#719 <1111123...@proton.me> > Subject: answers || Dispatches from Ukraine > Date: 16 July 2022 at 8:01:22 am GMT+2 > To: "ge...@xs4all.nl" <ge...@xs4all.nl> > Reply-To: 11111 &23%#719 <1111123...@proton.me> > > >> who are the funders of this project (any non-aligned countries) ? > The project is conducted mainly with Waag, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Free > Press Unlimited, HvA, and us, the Institute of Network Cultures. All the > organisations are based in the Netherlands. The publication is printed on > demand by Lulu. No other funding or support is involved. > > >> are ukrainian citizens (not 'shocked' but liberated) from the donbas > >> region included in this project ? > Lia Dostlieva is a Luhansk born author, who fled the country after the > full-scale invasion in February. Almost all the other authors have been > residing in what is now non-occupied parts of Ukraine. > > >> is this publication available to russian speaking ukrainian citizens or is > >> the russian language banned in his publication as well as in ukraine ? > The whole publication is in English with all the authors submitting the > essays in this language. Thus, the publication is unfortunately exclusive for > those who do not speak English. There is some Russian used in the screenshots > explaining Russian state propaganda in the text by Ukrainian researcher > Karyna Lazaruk and Marc Tuters.
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