Workshop and Training Course for Journalists
Human Rights House Tbilisi is announcing competition for regional and local journalists to participate in the workshop.
It is one-day workshop and aims to train media representatives in the specifics of covering issues concerning natural disasters and eco-migrants. Next day, the study trip will be organized for the participants in the region (namely in Mleta, Dusheti district) in order to assist them to develop the skills training participants they have obtained during the workshop and to highlight the issues in their media outlets.
Workshop will be led by: Rezo Getiashvili, Caucasian Environmental NGO Network and Giorgi Kupatadze, Institute of War and Peace Reporting.
Transportation expenses for the participants from region will be reimbursed based on the provided receipts.
Interested people can send CVs to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop will take place on June 14, 2012 from 10:00 am to 18:00 pm in the office of the Institute of War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) and the study trip will be organized in Mleta village on June 15.
Address: Dzmebi Zubalashvilebi Str. 7b fifth floor IWPR office, Tbilisi
Deadline for submission of applications: 18:00 pm, June 11, 2012
Contact person: Coordinator of the Media Center – Aleko Tskitishvili, TEL: 599 906094 or 322 307766
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