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A Time for New Approaches: Introducing Solutions Journalism to Central Europe Donor: Porticus Foundation
Overall Objective: Together with Ashoka, TOL aims to introduce the concept of “Solutions Journalism” – rigorous reporting on responses to society’s problems – to Central Europe to strengthen independent media, rebuild public trust in the media, and encourage higher rates of civic engagement.
We have divided our activities into three phases: the first phase will be focused on raising awareness about the concept of Solutions Journalism; the second on training journalists, media outlets, students, and journalism faculties to implement this concept; and the third on producing Solutions Journalism pieces, which includes stipends for journalists.
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2018: Tuesday April 17th from 5pm - the workshop at Charles University, Prague 1 - room nr: 215 - Hollar building- with Samantha McCann the Solutions Journalism Network's Director of Communities
9:00 - 12:00 - training for the journalism students (workshop at Faculty of Philosophy, New Media studies - Josef Šlerka), Prague 5, Jinonice
14:00 - 18:00 (17:30) - training for journalists (various journalists from different news organisations) - Sněmovní 7, Prague 1
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