Monika Stefanek (1978) is a Polish journalist. After studying Polish Philology, Journalism and Marketing at Szczecin University, she worked as a journalist for a regional newspaper Glos Szczecinski from 2002 to 2009.

Since the beginning of her career as a journalist she has worked on the subject of the Polish-German borderland, Polish-German affairs and Eastern Europe. From 2009 until 2010 she was a grant holder of the European Journalism Fellowships at Freie Universit├Ąt in Berlin. Currently she lives in Berlin and works as a freelancer for Polish and German media (Polish Public Radio, European Radio Network EuRaNet and n-ost
Network and Press Agency for Eastern Europe among many others).

In 2010 she was awarded the European Young Journalist Award.

Basic information

Name
Monika Stefanek
Country
Germany
City
Berlin

Supported projects

Organ Trafficking in Kosovo

  • Europe
  • Health
  • Trafficking

PRISTINA - Between 1999 and 2001, Kosovo's Liberation army, the KLA, possibly used Serbian war prisoners' organs to supply illegal organ trafficking on a massive and international scale, under the eyes and maybe even with the collaboration of the international community present in the country.