2016 – The Big Feminist Award

The journalist, feminist and antiracist Alexandra Pascalidou has been a clear voice in the Swedish public since 1995 when she stepped into the limelight as the host of the Swedish National TV-show Mosaik. Alongside with the hosting Pascalidou has since then acted as moderator, author, columnist and reporter in diverse genres such as sports, culture, entertainment, economy, society and debate programs.

Motivation

Citat om Alexandra Pascalidou som moderator

The journalist, feminist and antiracist Alexandra Pascalidou has been a clear voice in the Swedish public since 1995 when she stepped into the limelight as the host of the Swedish National TV-show Mosaik. Alongside with the hosting Pascalidou has since then acted as moderator, author, columnist and reporter in diverse genres such as sports, culture, entertainment, economy, society and debate programs.

She is now entering the Theatre-stage as a playwright and actress on “Alexandras Odyssey” based on her acclaimed book “Chaos – a Greek crisis lexicon” at the Gothenburg National Theatre. Few, if any Swedish journalist, can exhibit this professional width and diversity.

Alexandra Pascalidou with the acclaimed SVT production “We are called beggars,” which aired in 2016, proved that no questions are too difficult to set if people are treated with respect and dignity.

Thus, we believe that Pascalidou also answered the recurring question of who can speak about what in public. With equality as a starting point all journalism becomes better. Alexandra Pascalidou has contributed greatly to this by her whole work.”

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