IRMI offers media professionals support through participation in an international project

“Institute of Regional Meida and Information” (Kharkiv, Ukraine) in partnership with Fondation Hirondelle (Switzerland) launches a project to support Ukrainian media. It is the next phase of our April to October 2022 assistance program.

The project envisages training on how to work under martial law, which requires journalists to have special skills in ensuring the public interest with the requirements of limited access to information. Trainings on professional conduct and tools for investigating war crimes, as well as on mobile journalism are planned. We offer legal advice, mentoring and ad-hoc support. 

Trainers, mentors and consultants are international and Ukrainian media experts with pertinent experience. 

Project participants will be awarded grants for the development of their media.

14 Ukrainian media outlets that will receive comprehensive professional assistance will be selected to participate on a competitive basis. The priority is given to regional media outlets in the south and east of Ukraine, which are ready to ensure comprehensive work and do not have other significant institutional support in grants.

To participate in the project, media representatives need to send a confirmation email by November 20. We will inform selected media.

Feel free to follow us on Facebook: there we plan to cover the progress of the project, Inform journalists about new opportunities to support their media in these difficult times.


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