n-ost and Media Initiatives Center invite skilled editors and journalists from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey and Ukraine to apply for participation in “Competing Narratives”. The project is designed for media representatives who (want to) focus on foreign reporting as the way the media reports on international events reflects both the image of "others" and the image we have and want to spread of ourselves as a nation. Through this initiative we support the format of editorial and opinion articles and its further popularisation and establishment in the media landscapes of the project countries.
20 selected editors/journalists will work with international experts who will provide insights into the peculiarities of commentary articles dedicated to international affairs.
Eligible are editors & journalists (radio, TV, online and print) having at least 5 years experience and good English speaking skills who would like to:
The long term aim of “Competing Narratives” is to transform the group of participating editors/journalists into a network which cooperates and continues the exchange of reports, opinions and commentary articles after the project ends.
The working language: English
Deadline: 25 May 2023
How to apply?
If you’re interested to participate in the project, please fill in this form by 25 May 2023.
Any questions concerning the application can be directed to Mila Corlateanu email@example.com andVigen Sargsyan to firstname.lastname@example.org. .
We look forward to receiving your application!
n-ost network consists of around 250 journalists and media activists all over the world. It hosts a number of projects, organises events, publishes on and does projects for Eastern and Central Europe, Central Asia and South Caucasus and hosts a yearly media conference.
MIC (Media Initiatives Center) has been working since 1995 to strengthen independent media and to preserve a pluralistic public sphere and freedom of expression. It carries out a wide range of projects (capacity building for the media and journalists, media literacy, innovative content development and co-production, improvement of media legislation and the protection of journalists’ rights,, etc.) in all regions of Armenia and beyond the country's borders.