The Tirana Centre for Journalistic Excellence (TCJE) has launched a series of lectures on human rights journalism for representatives of the media and civil society.
The series, open to journalists and civil society representatives participating in TCJE’s Reporting on Human Rights Project, includes lectures from experts in the field, human rights activists and experienced journalists that specialise in covering human rights.
TCJE’s Reporting on Human Rights Project aims to provide hands-on journalistic training to improve media coverage of human rights in Albania and produce in-depth stories that TCJE publishes online and in print.
The Reporting on Human Rights Project is financed by the U.S. Embassy’s Democracy Commission Small Grants Programme, which supports initiatives of local non-governmental organization engaged in building the social and intellectual foundations of democracy, the democratic resolution of problems and the institutionalization of open, pluralistic political processes.
The Tirana Centre for Journalistic Excellence is a civil society organization that uses a nonprofit journalism model to provide coverage that is free of political and commercial pressures, serves to strengthens democracy and rule of law as well as helps modernise Albanian society in line with Euro-Atlantic values.
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TCJE: Series of lectures on human rights reporting launched
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