Aleksander Anatolevich Krivenko ( May 13, 1963 , Lviv - April 9, 2003 , Skibin , Kiev region ) - Ukrainian journalist and public figure.
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Born in 1963 in Lviv , in a family of immigrants from the Vinnitsa region .
In 1987 he graduated from the philological faculty of Lviv National University . He worked at the department of Ukrainian literature.
He was one of the organizers and activists of the “Partnership of Leo” (“Leo Society”). He took part in the creation of the Memorial Society named after Vasyl Stus , the Ukrainian Language Society named after T. G. Shevchenko .
He was a delegate to the Constituent Congress of the People's Rukh of Ukraine (1989).
In 1990-1994 - deputy of the Lviv Regional Council of People's Deputies, chairman of the commission on youth problems.
Since April 1989, he was the organizer and editor of the Samyzdat newspaper Postup , and in 1990-1991 he was his own correspondent for the journal Pamyatki Ukrainy ( Kiev ).
From July 1991 to April 1995 - chief editor of the newspaper Post-Postup (Lviv).
May-November 1995 - editor-in-chief of information programs (“Vіkna”, “Vіkna v svit”) of the Internews International Media Center, in 1996 became the editor-in-chief of the Vіkna television news agency.
In 1996, he became an adviser to the Prime Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Lazarenko , deputy head of the government press service, and is a member of the Expert Council under the head of government. Almost simultaneously, Krivenko was a member of the Political Council of the People's Democratic Party of Ukraine . Soon, the NDP began to demand the resignation of Lazarenko, and after the latter was dismissed, Krivenko also left the civil service. He took part in the election campaign of the Lazarenko party " Gromada " ("Community").
February 1998 - June 1999 - Chief News Editor on 1 + 1 TV Channel.
March 1999 - December 2000 - chief editor of the weekly magazine "PiK".
Since June 2001 - President of the Charter 4 public organization.
Since March 2001 - Director of the Ukrainian-Polish journalism club “Without Prejudice”.
At the end of 2001. returned to active politics. He was a member of the presidium of the Public Resistance Committee “For Truth”, and for several months served as spokesman for the National Salvation Forum. However, due to disagreement with the actions of the intentions of some participants, the FNP left this post.
Since February 2002, he led the independent project Gromadske Radio (Public Radio). He sought to obtain a broadcasting license, but to no avail.
He died in a car accident.
He was a member of the New Literature Association, vice president of the Association of Ukrainian Writers.
Most of his creative heritage is made up of articles and essays. Co-author (along with Vladimir Pivym ) of the book "Encyclopedia of our Ukrainian studies."
In memory of A. Krivenko, his friends annually award a prize in his name to the Ukrainian journalist, the bearer of values, who was faithful to Krivenko, on May 13.
- President of Gromadsky Radio Alexander Krivenko died in a car accident (inaccessible link)
- POLICE REFUSES VERSION OF KILLING KRYVENKO, BUT LAUNCHES CASE
- A year ago, Sasha Krivenko died
- In Lviv, erect a monument to Alexander Krivenko (inaccessible link)
- Double blow to Ukrainian journalism
- They are with us (inaccessible link)
- Alexander Savitsky. Sasha. In memory of Alexander Krivenko
- Vladimir Pivov. The latest project of Alexander Krivenko
- Searches for the “Ukrainian Grail”, or a nation without an idea (inaccessible link)
- Friends of journalist Alexander Krivenko will not allow speculation on his behalf for the sake of promoting a new media project
- O. Krivenko “Ukraine Marginal” (Ukrainian) (inaccessible link)
- O. Krivenko “At the evil carnival nonsense” (Ukrainian)
- Oleksandr Krivenko: “People are the most attractive project” (Ukrainian)
- Nevgamovny // Ukrainian truth (Ukrainian)
- Volodimir Pavlіv. Syndrome of program vіyni. 12 EU about Olexander Krivenka (Ukrainian)
- Hto vilikuє Ukrainian journalism? .. (Ukrainian)
- Quiet! Yde ostranіy efіr ... (Ukrainian)
- Buti Ukrainians - Tse Spokuta (Ukrainian)