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Macedonian Media and NGOs Deem Communication Crucial

Macedonian Media and NGOs Deem Communication Crucial

Macedonia’s EU integration was subject of a fruitful discussion in which about 20 journalists and NGO representatives participated on June 20 in Skopje.

Balkan Insight Media Watch Page Launched

BIRN has launched a special focus page on media in the Balkans – the first of its kind in the region.

Macedonian Health Issues Put in the Frame

About a dozen journalists and representatives of civil society organisations that treat health issues on June 12 in Skopje discussed priority concerns and problems in this field in Macedonia.

BIRN Macedonia Puts Focus on Ethnic Relations

About 20 NGO representatives and journalists on June 7 discussed priority issues, problems and challenges in the field of inter-ethnic relations in Macedonia.

Macedonian Cultural Policy Put Under Spotlight

BIRN Macedonia in partnership with the Center for Civil Communications brought together journalists, NGO representatives and artists to talk about Macedonian cultural policy on June 4.

BIRN Macedonia Debate Tackles Education and Youth

Several dozen representatives of NGOs and journalists debated priority issues in the field of education and youth on May 30 in Skopje.

BIRN Macedonia Holds Debate on Human Rights

BIRN Macedonia Holds Debate on Human Rights

The human rights situation in Macedonia was the topic of the fifth debate organized on May 28 by BIRN Macedonia in partnership with Center for Civil Communications in Skopje.

BIRN Macedonia Holds Debate on Good Governance

About 20 journalists and representatives from civil society held a debate on May 21 in Skopje on good governance in Macedonia.

BIRN Macedonia Launches Call for Investigative Reports

BIRN Macedonia, together with Centre for Investigative journalism, SCOOP Macedonia and the Centre for Civil Communications launched a call for investigative stories on May 17.

BIRN Macedonia Holds Debate on Quality of Life

Quality of life was the subject of a debate in Skopje on May 15 organised by the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network Macedonia in partnership with the Centre for Civil Communications, part of the USAID programme for strengthening independent media in Macedonia.

BIRN Macedonia Holds Debate on Marginalised Groups

The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network Macedonia in partnership with the Centre for Civic Communications organised a debate on May 13 in Skopje entitled ‘Detecting common issues as a basis for cooperation between journalists and non-governmental organisations about the inclusion of marginalised groups in society’.

BIRN Macedonia Holds Debate on Environment

The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network – Macedonia in partnership with the Center for Civic Communications, CCC, organized a debate on April 29 in Skopje entitled “Detecting common issues as a basis for cooperation between journalists and non-governmental organizations about environmental issues”.

Macedonian NGOs and Media Mull Closer Partnership

Macedonian NGOs and Media Mull Closer Partnership

The Balkan Investigative Reporting Network – Macedonia in partnership with Center for Civic Communications, CCC, organized a debate on April 17 in Skopje entitled “Detecting common issues as a basis for cooperation between journalists and non-governmental organizations”.

BIRN Macedonia USAID Project Launched

Project aims to bridge divide between media and civil society and stimulate investigative journalism through grants and mentorship.

Al Jazeera Balkans Hosts Balkan Insight Managing Editor

Ana Petruseva, BIRN Macedonia director and Balkan Insight managing editor, took part in Al Jazeera Balkans’ current affairs TV show ‘Kontekst’ on April 4.

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