Nov 10 – Dec 6
Online, Zoom platform
The project aims to provide journalists, editors, and media managers of the independent Russian-language media outlets in Estonia with new skills, knowledge and insights to become more resilient to the situation with Covid-19 and help them to make their media outlets more sustainable in those turbulent times. The online training will take place in November and December 2021.
The project is organized by the Centre for Media Studies at Stockholm School of Economics in Riga. The programme will be led by well-known award-wining professional journalists, media managers and lecturers.
A group of up to 15 Russian-speaking media professionals will be chosen from the applicants to take part in the series of training and consultations. The participants, whose applications will be chosen, will be personally contacted by the organizers.
The scholarship programme ensures free participation for the participants throughout the training.
For additional information: please, contact the Programme Coordinator:
Julia Rodina email@example.com
The training will be in Russian language.
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