Hannah Barter-Konecny

About Hannah Barter-Konecny

I am an International Studies and Media and Communications student at UNSW. Easily infuriated by human rights violations, it gives me a sense of purpose to be able to share my voice, and raise awareness on certain issues with the Organisation for World Peace. As a correspondent it is my duty to collect and analyse data, to provide my personal analysis of the situation and future recommendations.

ISIL’s Dier Ezzor Siege Is Finally Broken After Three Years

On Tuesday, September 5th, the Syrian army, backed by allied fighters and Russia, broke ISIL’s siege on the largest eastern city of Dier Ezzor. A Russian cruise missile struck a fortified area, freeing tens of thousands of civilians who have been trapped in ISIS’s siege for nearly three years. The […]

Maltese Government Denies ‘Defend Europe’ Boat From Entering Its Shores

A C-star vessel operated by far-right activists, under the name of Defend Europe, was denied port access by the Maltese government. Defend Europe is an organization comprised of members of the Identitarian Movement, a Europe-wide association of activists who stand for the preservation of national identity and strongly oppose refugees from seeking asylum […]