The creation of conditions that enable a free and pluralistic media to work in the public interest
For civil society to succeed in influencing changes in media financing policies to reflect the rights and interests of citizens.
A1: Capacity development for civil society
A2: Improvement of the media’s normative framework and practices
CSOs (app. 30), Local self-governments (10 LSGs), Decision-makers at national level (approx. 10 – Ministry of Culture and Information, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Local Self-government, Parliamentary Board for Culture and Information, MP’s etc.), Influencers (approx. 30 – professional associations, such as Lokal Press, ANEM, UNS, expert community, independent controlling institutions (Ombudsman, Commissioner for Access to Information of Public Importance, State Audit institution, Commission for Protection of Competition, Public Procurement Office, Commission for State Aid Control, etc.), EU Delegation, OSCE media department, international watchdog organizations, journalists (approx. 30)
Donor: European Commission