Stanislau Ivashkevich is a Belarusian investigative journalist at Belsat TV, chairman of the only investigative center in his country ESnaUra! z.s. (registered in Czech Republic), producing over a dozen of investigations of corruption per year.

Stanislau Ivashkevich received national Free Word awards for a journalistic investigation in 2018, 2019 and 2020 (annual competition held by Belarusian Association of Journalists) and Show of the Year award (2019) from Belsat TV for the investigative TV program. In journalism since 2009. Before engaging in journalism Stanislau worked for market intelligence companies Euromonitor International Plc and Marcus Evans Plc.

After the 2020 presidential election in Belarus, Stanislau went missing for a few days. The independent journalist was incarcerated for alleged unlafwul activities. He spent days in a prison cell that fits 3 people. Then, it hosted 13 detainees, some of them - injured by the security forces. For two days, all these people received no food, apart a single loaf of bread for all of them. Stanislau was released from custody after the journalist community undertook active efforts to seek his release. He was fined for participating in 'unsanctioned activities'. The court refused to look at Stanislau's evidence on the fact that all he was doing was reporting.

Stanislau Ivashkevich

Basic information

Stanislau Ivashkevich
Investigative journalist
Corruption issues

Supported projects

Timber 2.0. Bypassing Sanctions

  • Corruption
  • Environment
  • Industry

MINSK - Belarusian goods are attacking Europe despite the bans of Brussels.


Sanctioned Belarussian Oligarch gets Lucky in Latvia

  • Corruption

RIGA - Belarusian businessman Aliaksandr Shakutsin (Aleksandr Shakutin) was sanctioned two years ago for benefiting from and supporting the regime of Aliaksandr Lukashenka.


The Invisible Man

  • Corruption
  • Data Journalism
  • Industry

MINSK - "Belarusian government allocated money from the budget to fund projects of Chyzh and Tomaševskij. Businessmen have been given benefits and exclusive opportunities to increase their income."


Belarusian Tycoons Slipped into the EU via Lithuanian Investments

  • Armed conflict
  • Corruption
  • Human Rights
  • Politics

LITHUANIA-BELARUS - A cross-border investigation by Lithuanian and Belarusian journalists follows the trail of Alexander Zaytsev and Aliaksei Aleksin, two Belarusian businessmen considered to be close to the Alexander Lukashenko regime.