This project aims to improve the professional standards, ethics, and quality of writing of Central Asian journalists, journalism students, and citizen journalists. Project initiatives will provide participants with learning possibilities that blend in-per
TOL and NewEurasia Citizen Media present a three-year project with the goal of promoting Central Asian Arts & Culture to a broad regional and international audience using a combination of traditional and citizen journalism.
This project gives a platform to still largely neglected issues concerning the environment, including in the area of investigative journalism. This digital project will help “connect the dots” on these issues across communities. Donor: NED
National Endowment for Democracy and the Transition Promotion Program of the Czech Foreign Ministry
This project, a continuation of our past program, aims to further train a group of Moldovan new media enthusiasts in the latest in online tools and strategies and develop a core community of new media experts.
Open Society Foundation Media Program, Erste Foundation, and the Embassy of the United States, Prague, Czech Republic
This year-long project will give advanced multimedia skills to Roma and majority community reporters in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria, promote cooperation between them as well as produce a significant amount of media content.
The overall goal of this project is similar as in years past: to increase media plurality and civic activism in Azerbaijan, especially among underrepresented groups, through the promotion of Internet publishing, blogging, and other new media techniques.
Education Support Program of the Open Society Institute
The project trains journalists through distance-learning courses, workshops, and other resources to report on education-related topics while also raising public knowledge of education issues throughout TOL's coverage region and beyond.