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Kyiv 04050, Ukraine


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Selection of participants of the Interregional School of Convergent Journalism

Souspilnist Foundation, together with NGO Internews Ukraine and with the support of Detector Media, invites young journalists and students of journalism schools from all regions of the country to take part in the School of Convergent Journalism.

The event will be held as part of the National Media Initiative “Open Media Stories” and include a series of training workshops and practical exercises on universal journalism, media project management at the regional level, financial viability and content monetization, digital security culture, fact-checking and combating disinformation / manipulations.

The Interregional School of Convergent Journalism also aims to promote media innovation and experience exchange between young journalists, the development of ideas and concepts in the media market through partnership and dialogue at the national and regional levels.

Participants will take part in creating media products in convergent journalism formats and master the work basics of a modern universal journalist and media producer.

The School’s dates and venue: June 27-29, 2020, Odesa.

Participation is free of charge. Souspilnist Foundation will provide participants with accommodation, food, handouts, as well as reimburse transportation costs (train, bus).

The school will follow the MoH safety recommendations for group events, participants will be provided with personal protective equipment and hand antiseptics.

Participants will be selected on a competitive basis. All interested candidates are requested to fill in the application form:, and send a professional CV and a short video of up to 1 minute long made with your gadget,  with a story about why you want to participate in the School.

Application deadline is June 18, 2020 by 23:59.

For additional information please call 097 297 08 42, 044 483 03 72 or write to

This project is made possible with the support of USAID Media Program in Ukraine, implemented by Internews, and with the help of private patrons.