Prune Antoine is an independant journalist. Born in France in 1981, she is based in Berlin since 2008, after having lived in England, Spain, Hungary and Belgium.
Her reportages, either print or multimedia, feature the rubbles and contradictions of post-sovietic world. From Central and Eastern Europe to Russia, via Balkans or South Caucasus, her stories tackle social issues related to women, communist heritage and conflicts.
Her work has appeared in Le Monde, GEO, Madame Figaro, Arte, Elle, XXI, Inouï, Ijsberg, Rue89, Mediapart…amongst many others.
Her two years investigation about organ trafficking in Kosovo or her research about World War II underwater chemical and conventional munitions in Baltic Sea were acknowledged by various awards and grants.
Her first book, ‘La Fille & Le Moudjahidine‘ (éditions Carnets Nord), describing her friendship with a young boxer from North-Caucasus, living in former Eastern Germany and flirting with the djihad, has been published in France in June 2015.
Prune is also engaged into education, regularly teaching journalistic workshops around the world.
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