The workshop is also designed to achieve certain program objectives that revolves around improving the overall quality of political reporting in the Tunisian media, with great emphasis on fact-based reporting, in-depth source checking, separating personal commentaries from factual information, routine engagement of political actors, civil society organizations and other relevant stakeholders, essentials of newsroom management, establishing reporting priorities and finally, ensuring quality control.
Interested applicants are required to submit applications electronically to the Grants.gov website. Deadline of applications will be on September 2, 2011.
This funding opportunity is open for all nonprofit organizations and institutions.
The Department of State, the main agency funding the Media Training Workshops project, is the government's principal agency responsible in creating a more secure, democratic and prosperous world for the benefit of both the American people and the international community.
The Media Training Workshop is essential to the US Department of State because it helps them achieve their objectives of helping other nations achieve their full potential and enables them to make appropriate use of available resources.
Grants from the US State Department for Media Training Workshops in Tunisia
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