More from Lena Kampf
Lena Kampf: Facebook prioritizing profit over security?
Senior Fellow Lena Kampf co-wrote an article for the independent German news outlet Tagesschau on Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen.
Senior Fellow Lena Kampf amongst the nominees of the German Journalist Award
For this year’s 15th award of the German Journalist Prize, the jury has nominated 40 articles from eight different business topics written by a total of 86 authors. Senior Fellow Lena Kampf is one of them.
Journalism instead of panic
Senior Fellow Lena Kampf will hold a lecture on "journalism instead of panic - on the special task and responsibility of the media in special times" at an online-event from the "Volkshochschule Oberberg". This event will take place on December 15th, 2020 at 7:30pm CET.
Torture in Syria: They want to break the people
Philipp Reichert and Senior Fellow Lena Kampf write about Martin Lautwein, the first German imprisoned in a Syrian secret service prison, and the torture that happens there.
QAnon in Germany
Senior Fellow Lena Kampf and SZ-reporter Hannes Munzinger tried to find out who is spreading QAnon's conspiracy theories in Germany. In addition to a podcast, Lena Kampf wrote an article about QAnon and its spread in Germany.
The open questions in the case of Galizia
Senior Fellow Lena Kampf reports on the attack on the Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. The attack resulted in numerous resignations and arrests, but the circumstances are still not completely cleared up.
Blind on the right eye?
Senior Fellow Lena Kampf reports about a police officer who kept right-wing ideas in his office and is said to have financially supported "Group S."
For all the love: anti-Asian racism in Germany
Senior Fellow Lena Kampf reports on the recent spates of anti-Asian racist attacks in response to fear of COVID-19 in Germany.
As hundreds of food banks are closing in Germany, social needs are on the rise
Around half of the 949 food banks across Germany have stopped operations since the outbreak of the Corona pandemic, reports Senior Fellow Lena Kampf. Many of the volunteers at the food banks are elderly people belonging to those who are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19.
History Does Not Repeat Itself, But Ignorance Does: Post-9/11 Treatment of Muslims and the Liberty-Security Dilemma