Тревел-гранты на посещение семинара по научной журналистике в Белграде

Тревел-гранты на посещение семинара по научной журналистике в Белграде 

Научные журналисты из Армении, Беларуси, Грузии, Молдовы и Украины в числе прочих могут подать заявки на гранты.

Балканские семинары по научной журналистике организованы Центром этики в науке и журналистике и Балканской сетью научных журналистов. Следующий семинар будет проходить 5 апреля в Белграде, Сербия.

Семинар проводится на английском языке и включает общение с опытными исследователями, научными журналистами и редакторами. Среди тем программы: работа с данными, расследовательская журналистика и освещение тем коррупции.  

На тревел-гранты, включающие транспортные расходы и проживание, могут подать заявки журналисты из Албании, Армении, Австрии, Беларуси, Боснии и Герцеговины, Болгарии, Хорватии, Чехии, Грузии, Венгрии, Италии, бывшей югославской Республики Македонии, Косово, Молдовы, Черногории, Польши, Сербии, Словакии, Словении, Турции и Украины.

Заявки принимаются до 15 января 2019 года.

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2019-2020 BALKAN SCIENCE JOURNALISM WORKSHOPS 

This series of three workshops, in English, is co-organised by the Center for Ethics in Science and Journalism (CESJ), the Balkan Network of Science Journalists, the Master’s Course in Science Communication “Franco Prattico” at SISSA and the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Ispra, Italy, with funding also coming from ther Mercator Foundation (for the event in Lausanne) and the Central European Initiative (CEI, for the event in Belgrade).

It is designed to build science journalism capacity and skills, as well as to promote excellence in science, health and environmental coverage in Eastern Europe and the Balkans.

Journalists attending the workshops – which build on the experience with two previous events organised by the same team for UNESCO – will engage in interactive sessions with prominent researchers and science reporters and editors from the region – and beyond – to discuss relevant scientific topics as well as data and investigative journalism, reporting on corruption and misconduct. The sessions will be illustrated with real-life examples of good practices and great stories from the region.

Journalists will also discuss techniques for connecting with the scientific community and effective ways of accessing information from institutions.

A special focus of the workshops will be to strengthen the cross-border collaboration and the regional network of science journalists – and their links with colleagues in Western Europe.

THE THREE EVENTS ARE SCHEDULED AS FOLLOWS:

Belgrade, Serbia, April 5th 2019, 9-17 at the House of Human Rights (the deadline for applications for the Belgrade event is Tuesday 15th January 2019. See bottom of the page for instructions);

Grants covering travel and accomodation will be available for applicants from the following countries:

Albania, Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Georgia, Hungary, Italy, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine.

Lausanne, Switzerland, on July 1st 2019, with the opportunity to attend the World Conference of Science Journalists, the main such event globally.

More information: http://www.sciencejournalismeurope.eu/wordpress/2019-2020-balkan-science-journalism-workshops/


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