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MARIA RESSA

DMITRY MURATOV

Journalists Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov received the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize for their fearless struggle for freedom of expression in the Philippines and Russia. This exhibition showcases how journalists uncover abuse of power and disinformation in a world where truth, trust and democracy are under attack.

THE PEACE PRIZE EXHIBITION

Journalists Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov received the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize for their fearless struggle for freedom of expression in the Philippines and Russia. This exhibition showcases how journalists uncover abuse of power and disinformation in a world where truth, trust and democracy are under attack.

Photo: © Hannah Reyes Morales for The Nobel Peace Center

MARIA RESSA

Born: October 2, 1963, Philippines

 

Maria Ressa works to expose abuses of power, violence and authoritarian behaviour in her native country, the Philippines. She heads Rappler, an online media channel for investigative journalism, and is well known as a fearless defender of freedom of expression.

Photo: © Nanna Heitmann / Magnum Photos for Nobel Peace Center

DMITRY MURATOV

Born: October 30, 1961, Russia

 

Dmitry Andreyevich Muratov is fighting for freedom of expression in Russia under increasingly difficult conditions. For 24 years, he has been editor-in-chief of Novaya Gazeta, Russia's leading independent newspaper.

THE PEACE PRIZE EXHIBITION

Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov: At the forefront of freedom of expression, democracy and peace.

See the exhibition online or visit us at the Nobel Peace Center.

11. desember 2021

20. november 2022

EXPLORE THE PEACE PRIZE 2021

The photo series by Hannah Reyes Morales and Nanna Heitmann provides an insight into the Peace Prize laureates' fight for freedom of expression.

VISIT THE EXHIBITION

The Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition is on display at The Nobel Peace Center in Oslo

Photo: Jon Terje Hellgren Hansen / Nobels Fredssenter