Institute “Republica” and Public Radio invite journalists to Kyiv for training.
The third recruitment to the Academy of of Electoral Journalism started. Are you a recent-year journalist or student journalist with work experience? – Then we waiting for you!
The Academy of of Electoral Journalism aims to improve the quality of reporting of electoral processes in the media.
The Academy will be held on September 27-28 in Kyiv.
The place will be notified to the selected participants in a confirmation letter.
Registration is required with a link.
Seats are limited, please wait for confirmation.
Deadline for registration: September 24 inclusive.
The media become dependent on political games during the election and post-election period. With active political change, there is a need to show uninhibited information about political processes in the media. Therefore, the Institute “Republicа” together with the Public Radio conducts the Academy of Electoral Journalism.
During the Academy leading experts, trainers of Public Radio will reveal the following topics:
- journalistic ethics in inter-election periods;
- journalistic standards and security;
- the rights of journalists;
- political advertising and jeans;
- verification of information, work with sources;
- misinformation, manipulation, fakes, black public relations, Russian propaganda;
- how to separate facts from populism and others.
Training, accommodation, meals and travel are provided by the organizer. Participants / non-Kyiv residents are reimbursed for travel expenses (class tickets – seatbelt, coupe and II class Intercity).
The Academy is part of the project “Qualitative information – a qualitative choice”, which aims to enhance the political culture among the population of Ukraine and improve the quality of the information space during the parliamentary elections.
Note. The “Quality Information – Quality Choice” project is being implemented by the Institute “Republicа” in partnership with Public Radio with the support of the Media Program in Ukraine, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by the international organization Internews.