Transcarpathian journalists have the opportunity to take part in the press tour of Odesa region

6 June 2017 18:06  121153536 0155017
Transcarpathian journalists have the opportunity to take part in the press tour of Odesa region

Under the project "Reforms in Ukraine through the eyes of journalists of regional media", Kharkiv Press Club invites on June 15-16 to take part in a press tour of Odesa region on "How will the reform of seaports affect the prospects of Ukrainian farmers?", Uzhgorod Press Club informs.

The press tour includes visits to the most successful enterprises, institutions and farms in the region, introduction to smart technology for agriculture. Journalists will learn about interesting public and private initiatives that affect the quality of life of people and communities. Also, they will exchange views about the role of media during hybrid wars.   

Requirements for journalists: Accreditation is required by 17.00, June 8, 2017!

Preparation of interesting and useful to readers of their regions publications within two weeks after the press tour.

Applications are to be sent to Kharkiv Press Club.

You must specify: name, media which will publish the articles from the press tour, phone, email

You must arrive to Odesa on June 15 by 9.30 and stay at least until June 16, 17.00.

If you have any questions, call us! Lyudmila Dolya, the coordinator of Kharkiv Press Club, phone 050 302 46 77

For more information, call: 050302 46 77

The participants of the press tour will take part in a meeting - press conference with the management of the region on the topic "Do the problems of border area affect the reform process and how can these problems be solved?"

At the "round table" in the regional press club, there will be a discussion "How to reconcile European standards of journalism with Ukrainian realities?".

The organizers of the press tour provides accommodation, reimburse the cost of tickets and per diem.

The "Reforms in Ukraine through the eyes of journalists of regional media" is implemented through the support of the American people provided through the project USAID "U-Media" carried out by the international organization Internews.

Tags: Odesa region, accreditation, press tour, journalists, tour

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