Andrei Zakharov
Klebnikov Russian Civil Society Fellow, 2020-21
The Harriman Institute is pleased to announce that Andrei Zakharov has been selected as its next Paul Klebnikov Russian Civil Society Fellow. Mr. Zakharov, a digital and investigative journalist working with the BBC Russian Service, will be in residence at the Harriman Institute once restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic have been lifted. Mr. Zakharov worked at Fontanka.ru in St. Petersburg as a news reporter and economy section editor before joining RosBusinessConsulting (RBC) Magazine as an investigative reporter in 2016. He moved from RBC Magazine to the BBC Russian Service in 2018. Among his several professional honors in journalism, Mr. Zakharov has won “The Golden Pen” prize for investigative reporting (2015 and 2016), and he was co-winner of the “Redkollegia” prize for investigative reporting (twice in 2017).

The Harriman Institute is pleased to announce that Andrei Zakharov has been selected as its next Paul Klebnikov Russian Civil Society Fellow. Mr. Zakharov, a digital and investigative journalist working with the BBC Russian Service, will be in residence at the Harriman Institute once restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic have been lifted.

Mr. Zakharov worked at Fontanka.ru in St. Petersburg as a news reporter and economy section editor before joining RosBusinessConsulting (RBC) Magazine as an investigative reporter in 2016. He moved from RBC Magazine to the BBC Russian Service in 2018. Among his several professional honors in journalism, Mr. Zakharov has won “The Golden Pen” prize for investigative reporting (2015 and 2016), and he was co-winner of the “Redkollegia” prize for investigative reporting (twice in 2017).

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