Patrick Reevell

Patrick Reevell

Patrick Reevell is Pro Journo‘s managing editor and a multimedia journalist specializing in Russia and the former Soviet Union. He is a currently ABC News' Moscow bureau reporter. Alongside ABC, Patrick has worked for numerous international outlets, including The New York Times, Rolling Stone and the Associated Press, reporting from various countries, including most recently France and India. Patrick holds a masters in journalism and international affairs from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po), where he focused on legal reform in the post-Soviet space.

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Homeless Tours in Prague Could Go Europe-wide

“Down there you’ll see the State Opera, to your right you’ll see the Wenceslas Square. And over there, a prostitute was beaten to death for refusing to give the client what he wanted…”

Incongruous, but incongruity is what you get with Pragulic, a Prague-based social enterprise, which is taking on the city’s homeless as tour guides. Karim, a former male prostitute and Peter, an ex-police officer, are leading a group of around 20 tourists (mainly Czech, with a small contingent of Germans) through the underside of the Czech capital. Pragulic is only one of a handful of homeless tour organisers around the world.