Real Voice of Journalism

Source: Balkan Diskurs archive

Balkan Diskurs and the Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC) are proud to announce the start of a new research project entitled ‘’Real Voice of Journalism.’’ The project aims to improve the overall position of journalists and media activists in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and to prevent further derogation and violations in the area of freedom of expression. The project will be implemented in cooperation with the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN) BiH and the WARM Foundation Sarajevo.

Source: Balkan Diskurs archive

The project will be implemented over a period of nine months, during which time Balkan Diskurs and its partners will work with local journalists to conduct research that reveals their real, everyday struggles to produce unbiased, objective, and relevant content.

This project is funded by the European Union through the small grants programme “Protecting Media Freedom and Freedom of Expression in the Western Balkans” implemented by the Croatian Journalists’ Association as part of the regional project “Western Balkan’s Regional Platform for Advocating Media Freedom and Journalists’ Safety”, which is carried out through the partnership of six regional journalists’ associations – Independent Journalists’ Association of Serbia (IJAS), Association of BH Journalists (BHJ), Croatian Journalists’ Association (CJA), Association of Journalists of Kosovo (AJK), Association of Journalists of Macedonia (AJM), and Trade Union of Media of Montenegro (TUMM).

 

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