Olga Loginova is a Belarusian-American journalist and an award-winning documentary filmmaker.

Olga Loginova is a Fellow at Columbia Journalism Investigations, where she reports on the U.S. communities experiencing extreme climate change. Before, she was a staff journalist at Voice of America, a long-time visual journalist, and a recipient of the journalistic excellence award at RFE/RL. Her recent documentaries include “COVID-19 Diaries” acquired and published by VICE News in the Fall of 2020, and “Bratva MC, Brooklyn, NY” published by Eurasianet in January 2020. Olga Loginova has covered the COVID-19 and political crises in Belarus for VICE News and Brazil’s Globo. She holds a Master’s in science, health, and environmental reporting from Columbia University, and a Master’s in broadcast and cinematic arts from Central Michigan University.

Basic information

Name
Olga Loginova
Expertise
Climate change, Science, Health

Supported projects

72 hours that changed Belarus

  • Corruption
  • Human Rights
  • Politics

MINSK - 72 Hours That Changed Belarus tells the story of the post-election collapse of human rights in the country through the first-hand experiences of those affected the most: a young couple injured by a stun grenade, a recent law graduate who documented torture and later fled to protect herself and the evidence, a blogger and a student who were tortured inside the infamous Okrestina jail in Minsk.