CIVIL is calling on all bold, energetic and talented citizens who have interest and passion for journalism and human rights and freedoms to a Workshop as part of the “Civic Lenses” project.
The Workshop will be held at CIVIL’s premises on Thursday, January 25, from 4.00 – 6.00 pm.
CIVIL encourages you to be part of the big family of citizen journalists, as part of the changes in society. At the Workshop you will have the opportunity to learn about the basics of recording, photographing and reporting about all the problems that are part of your everyday life.
Through your further active participation in the “Civic Lenses” project, you become a potential winner of one of the five interesting awards for citizen journalism that CIVIL awards every two months.
You can register for participation in the Workshop by email (c[email protected]), by sending basic information for the candidate (name and surname, date of birth, telephone number, place of residence/stay) and a short motivation letter no later than January 24, Wednesday, 2.00 pm. For more information, candidates may contact us at 02/5209076 and 075/389699. Only candidates from Skopje have the right to participate.
Moreover, CIVIL is in constant search for new collaborators who are progressive, creative, active and objective people to be engaged as correspondents in the media projects, but also for monitoring of elections, monitoring the situation of human rights and freedoms, research and activism.
There are no restrictions by age, sex, vocational education, in brief – there are no restrictions on any base, and neither is the number of participants limited. Your work will be paid based on a visible result (for example: published text or video report).
The published contents of the collaborators / reporters will receive 1000 denars gross payment.
The “Civic Lenses” project is a project for transparent and accountable political processes, through support and popularization of citizen journalism, awareness raising, civic education and activism of citizens for human rights, freedom of expression, democracy and free elections.
The project is supported by National Endowment for Democracy.
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