Dan Nolan is a journalist and author from Manchester, England, whose work has appeared in many international outlets including The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, VICE News, Deutsche Welle and The Blizzard. He writes mainly on Central and Eastern European media, culture, politics, human rights – and the areas where they intersect. Dan has also written for theatre and radio, lectured on media at Central European University, worked as editor-in-chief of the Budapest Beacon and contributed to the European Commission’s Strengthening Journalism project. Some of Dan’s work can be viewed here.
Dan Nolan was selected for the 2016 European Press Prize shortlist with ‘Spinning the Crisis: how the Hungarian Government Played Europe’s Migrant Influx’