Within the EU-funded Local Cross-Border Journalism grant programme, the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) in Riga calls all local investigative journalists in Europe for an intensive four-week ‘sustainability and media management’ training programme. Journalists from Georgia and Ukraine are eligible to apply.
It provides essential training in fundamental business skills, comparable to a compact MBA programme, enabling those who have launched or who direct independent news media outlets to develop sustainable business models.
The one-year programme consists of four intensive five-day modules held two months apart.
The Local Cross-Border Journalism grant programme supports local cross-border investigative teams of professional journalists and/or news outlets.
Deadline for applications – 24 of July.
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