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Страны, расположенные в соседних с Россией регионах, сталкиваются с растущей тенденцией, когда государство и олигархи контролируют медиа, транслирующие фейковые новости и пропаганду. В связи с этим живущие в Евразии люди все чаще получают необъективную информацию. В то же время эти люди сталкиваются со многими проблемами: от финансовых трудностей до глобальных проблем в области здравоохранения и угроз, исходящих от радикализованных групп, – все эти проблемы требуют качественного и объективного освещения.

Call for Entries: Eurasia Media Innovation Challenge

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With countries in the region neighboring Russia facing the growing trends of state- and oligarch-controlled media, fake news, and propaganda, Eurasian audiences are being increasingly exposed to biased information. At the same time, they also face many common challenges, from financial woes to global health issues and the threat of radicalized groups, which require quality objective coverage.

Georgian Study Tour

Participants from Georgia pose in front of a monument during a 2011 ICFJ study tour in Washington, D.C. The program included site visits to The New York Times in New York City and NPR in Washington, D.C.

Georgian Study Tour

Journalists from Georgia during a 2011 ICFJ facilitated study tour. The study-tour included site visits to The New York Times in New York City and NPR in Washington, D.C.

Multimedia Skills Building for Georgian Journalists

We are no longer accepting applications for this program.

Georgian journalists have a chance to travel to the United States next year to hone their multimedia skills and deepen their knowledge of the latest digital trends and tools.

Participants from Georgia attend 2011 ICFJ workshop on using social media to improve reporting, held at the Phillip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland.

Eighteen journalists will be selected for this two-pronged program, which will include a 16-day study tour to four U.S. cities where participants will attend training sessions, meetings and site visits that will expose them to cutting-edge digital tools, skills and methods.

Media Educational Exchange Program for Georgian Journalists

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) conducted a program for Georgian journalists named the Media Educational Exchange Program, funded by the U.S. Embassy in Georgia through the Public Affairs Section, and implemented by ICFJ.

Georgia: Journalism Training (2005)

Knight International Journalism Fellow Jody McPhillips completed nine months of journalism training in Georgia in 2005, partnering with the Caucasus Center for Journalism.

Georgia and Kazakhstan: Journalism Training (2007)

Knight International Journalism Fellow Paul Quinn-Judge completed one year of journalism training in Georgia and Kazakhstan in 2007.

Georgia: Journalism Training (1996)

Knight International Journalism Fellow William Jones completed two months of journalism training in Georgia in 1996, partnering with the Society of Georgian Journalists.

Georgia: Journalism Training (2003)

Knight International Journalism Fellows David Bloss and Jody McPhillips completed nine months of journalism training in Georgia in 2003, partnering with the Caucasus Center for Journalism.