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Sectors: Culture - Media, Education - Training, Employment, Information, Social Affairs, Telecommunications

Beneficiaries: Non-profit organisations, Schools, Training centres

Regions: Balkans, Candidate countries, European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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Turkey

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WE funding – IPA II – Promote…
Funds for: To promote free and professional media in the Western Balkans and Turkey
Main beneficiaries: Media CSOs

Other beneficiaries: Training providers, journalism schools, universities, media institutes, non-commercial media outlets, journalist professional associations, journalist trade unions

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: To promote free and professional media in the Western Balkans and Turkey
Main beneficiaries: Media CSOs
Other beneficiaries: Training providers, journalism schools, universities, media institutes, non-commercial media outlets, journalist professional associations, journalist trade unions

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
– To enhance quality and trustworthiness of news and journalism available to citizens; 
– To establish partnerships with CSOs, media and academia and networks of CSOs, media and academia working in one or more of the following themes:
* Freedom of expression, media freedom and media integrity;
* Education and training in journalism, media, communication;
* Media and information literacy, digital media, social media

Priorities
– To train new generations of young and mid-career journalists in quality news and investigative journalism;
– To enhance the production and publishing of quality news and investigative stories in mainstream and Public Service Media;
– To enhance local capacity for training providers in quality news and investigative journalism;
– To consolidate standards of quality journalism through a regional EU award scheme for quality news and investigate journalism

Among financed action
– Education and training on quality journalism and investigative journalism, including organisational and administrative arrangements for training delivery;
– Media and news production;
– Support to media news editing, distribution and publishing on different platforms (TV, radio, digital and social media, news agencies, “24h news cycles”, blogs, etc.);
– Facilitation and administration of an award scheme to promote quality and investigative journalism;
– Cooperation among media stakeholders to enhance media freedom, standards and accountability;
– Capacity building actions for training providers on the thematic areas concerned by this Call;
– Raising public awareness on the importance of media freedom and pluralism;