Kick-off of the development of the online environmental communication program
22 professors and professionals in environment and communications from Macedonia, Croatia, Serbia, BiH and Albania attended a one-week workshop in Zagreb, where they joined their knowledge and experience in the creation of curricula for five courses and a final hackathon.
Stories and analyzes about people and events from our environment following the master classes in media and journalism
Stories about people who encourage and inspire, about the culture of living and forgotten places, as well as analyzes of relevant social topics. These are some of the final media products created by the 60 participants of the first generation of master classes in media and journalism "Prepare yourself for the digital age".
Four high school students will intern in media outlets, following the journalism sprints held in the schools
Four secondary school students will attend a one-month internship at MTV, TV 24, PlusInfo and SDK.mk, where they will learn more about news production and how is it like to work in a newsroom, under the mentorship of experienced journalists.
Spreading misinformation leads to hate speech
The satirical portal Kooperacija.mk recently published a satirical article that included a made-up statement by Prime Minister Dimitar Kovacevski, titled "We unfroze the prices because the citizens couldn’t entirely spend their increased salaries."
First steps towards mainstreaming environmental communication
Communicating important environmental issues and aspects should be the first step towards improving and protecting nature. Very often, complex and time-consuming processes, changes and phenomena in nature require a simple approach to communication in which news and novelty will be conveyed without the original idea being lost.
Reporting Sprint: A Dynamic Practice for Secondary School Students in the Media
The reporting sprinting is a dynamic practice for secondary school students in the media in which they will acquire media production skills and create and promote content that reflects the interests of young people.
Workshop held on gender reporting in Macedonia
The media in Macedonia should better perform their role as guardians of the public interest, to report objectively and impartially, especially when it comes to gender issues and protection of the rights of marginalized communities.
Master classes in media and journalism “Get ready for the digital age”
The free master classes are a combination of training with physical presence and apprentice work and will be implemented during the months of May and June.
Public inspection of data on potential pollutants and environmental inspection reports
Citizens are granted free access to data regarding potential polluters that are under inspection and publicly inspected in the inspection reports of the State Environmental Inspectorate (SEI).
Greater transparency, but also setbacks in granting concessions for goods of common interest
Transparent reporting, but also setbacks of the procedures for granting concessions for goods of common interest. This is provided by the Law on Concessions of Goods of General Interest, proposed by the Ministry of Economy, after the process of public consultation, involving the Institute of Communication Studies and the civil society organizations Green Institute, Zdrava kotlina (Healthy Valley), and Front 21/42, within the "Clear it Up" campaign.