Journalists, civil society advocates and media lawyers from Central and Southeastern Europe can apply for this program.
The Center for Media, Data, and Society at the Central European University’s School of Public Policy is looking for candidates for its certificate-based legal training program “European Journalism in the Digital Age” (EJDA).
The program combines online and offline training that focuses on fundamentals of media and freedom of expression law in the digital age and practical solutions for combatting threats from litigants, hackers and hostile governments.
The course features an intensive workshop on May 20 and 21 in Belgrade, Serbia, followed by nine weeks of online instruction. The team of instructors include Gillian Phillips, the top in-house lawyer for The Guardian.
The program covers all expenses, including tuition and travel for the selected participants.
The deadline is March 31.
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(sursa: International Journalists’ Network)