Klara Wyrzykowska



Klara Wyrzykowska is a freelance reporter, currently writing for French newspapers on the social and political evolutions in Poland.

Bi-national (French and Polish), she specialized in European Journalism, covering social, political and cultural issues during almost four years for various magazines on French – German TV Channel ARTE, such as Zoom Europa, Le Blogueur and Vox Pop. She reported from more than 15 European countries - on such various topics as nuclear waste in Germany, European funds in Bulgaria, working conditions in Lithuanian supermarkets or… nightlife in Madrid – as well as from India for French TV France 2.

After moving to Warsaw, she started working with French TVs and radios as a reporter, fixer or translater, as well as for the press, writing pieces for such newspapers as Slate.fr or L’Obs.

She studied a semester at Columbia University in New York, before working one year in Berlin, and finally graduating with two Masters degree in International Relations and Cultural History at Sciences-Po in Paris, with a master’s thesis dedicated to the city of Sarajevo in the aftermath of the Dayton agreement.

Funded project

To be 70 in Addis and Dar-es-Salaam: ageing in Sub-Saharan Africa

This multimedia project presents stories on the fight against poverty and social exclusion among elderly people in Tanzania and Ethiopia.