2022-07-13

BANJALUKA - This project is intended for journalists of audiovisual, print and online media from BiH with aim to increase their capacity for professional reporting on environmental issues.

About the project

This project is intended for journalists of audiovisual, print and online media from BiH with aim to increase their capacity for professional reporting on environmental issues. The main activities of the project are educational workshops consisting of 3 modules where journalists will get acquainted with the EU environmental policy and the obligations that BiH, as a potential candidate for EU membership has in this context. They will have the opportunity to learn from experts, activists and fellow journalists, but also to network among each other. As a result of the workshops and study visit that will be organized, there will be a series of interviews and at least two investigative journalistic stories published and curriculum for training journalism students will be developed.

About the organisation

Helsinki Citizens' Assembly Banjaluka (hCa BL) is non-governmental and nonprofit organization from Bosnia and Herzegovina that has been active since 1996. Since that period, hCa BL has continuously participated in promotion, strengthening, and linking civil initiatives, working on reconciliation and empowerment of marginalized groups for political activism, both on local and regional level.

 

Supported
€12.000 granted dd. 04/04/2022
ID
ENV2/2022/022

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