The project will help media workers at risk to develop analytical, data, and solutions projects by covering author fees and offering mentor support by reputable media in the European Union. Media workers at risk face complete loss of income, their upcoming challenge is to remain afloat while restructuring their work and revenue streams. Data and solutions reporting are popular with audiences, and media that feature those stories should increase their audience share and thus improve revenue opportunities. Covering author fees will help media workers to remain in the profession. This project will result in production of six articles on the situation in the target region published in V4 media, one report on target region media landscape, eight solutions and four data projects.
The general objectives of this project are 1) to help raise awareness among the general public across the European Union of the importance of media freedom and ethical journalism for democracy, 2) to encourage independent collaborative journalism and support to its practitioners in the European Union, and 3) to facilitate building a European community of media professionals and organisations that are active in the field.
The overall objective of this project is to increase the availability of and public demand for high quality news and information on key societal issues and developments in the Western Balkans with a view to strengthening the resilience and professionalism of journalism.
The goal of this project is to teach seniors media literacy skills so that they are able to verify information and to strengthen intergenerational links and empower senior citizens to take an active role in our society