Our Events Calendar

NOTE: The meetings and events listed in the Calendar, as a rule, require preregistration. Our partners are responsible for organizing these events. When possible, a contact telephone number or email address is provided for more information. In any case, please, send us your request and we will be pleased to provide additional information about these events.

September 2017

U-MEDIA PROJECT, INTERNEWS

Date and Time

Organization Name

Project Title

Public Activity

Location

Description

September 5

Internews

U-Media

Press lunch

Master Klass House,

57-B Bohdan Khmelnytskiy st.

U-Media will present the results of the newest 2017 Media Consumption Survey. Participants: U-Media CSO partners and journalists to ensure a vibrant discussion and wide dissemination of the survey

September 7-8

Institute of Mass Information (IMI)

Building the culture of

responsible journalism

and journalist safety in

Ukraine

Training

Kupidon, 1-3 Pushkinska st., Kyiv

Training for journalists on how to investigate corruption

September 7

Independent Association of Broadcasters (IAB)

Promotion of implementation of media reforms

Digital Forum

Kyiv

The participants of the 11th International Digital Forum will discuss the changes taking place during the reform implementation, issues that have arisen over the last year, and also offer solutions that are important on the final stage of the digital transition

Donors: Internews, SIDA

September 7

Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy (POID)

Regional monitoring and promoting media literacy

Media discussion on compliance with journalistic standards in the epoch of the post-truth

Donetsk-Siverskyi

POID will launch a discussion based on the regional monitoring results to raise the awareness of the public of the quality of regional media and topics predominantly raised by it        

 

 

September 9

Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law (CEDEM)

 

Enhancement of the media sector development in Ukraine

Expert meeting

Kyiv, RPR office

Expert meeting of the Media group of the Reanimation Package of Reforms on the current situation with media reforms in Ukraine

September 10-24

Suspilnist Foundation (SF)

Internship of young journalists “Media mobility hub” (MMH).

The internship of young journalists “Media Mobility Hub (MMH)”

Kyiv

The Fall Internship of young journalists “Media Mobility Hub (MMH)” at leading Ukrainian media outlets

September 12-15

Academy of Ukrainian Press (AUP)

Promoting critical thinking and high journalism professional standards

Practical media laboratory

36/1 Melnykova st., Kyiv, Institute of journalism, Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University

AUP will run a School of Practical Journalism to enable students obtaining practical skills in the modern media environment. For 4

days, participants will learn the specifics of work at TV, radio, print, and on-line media outlets and create media products on their own

 

September 15

Ternopil Press Club (TPC)

Support of regional print media during de-statization reform 

TV bridge

Ternopil, Zhytomyr

 

TPC will organize a TV bridge to discuss progress and challenges of the de-statization process in Ukraine’s oblasts with participation of media experts, representatives  of the newspapers  and media lawyers

September 16

 

Institute of Mass Information (IMI)

Building the culture of

responsible journalism

and journalist safety in

Ukraine

Street action

Independence Square, Kyiv

Street action dedicated to the day journalist Gongadze disappeared

 

September 18

 

Institute of Mass Information (IMI)

Building the culture of

responsible journalism

and journalist safety in

Ukraine

Press conference

TBC, Kyiv

Press conference about the impunity with regard to crimes committed against journalists with representatives of the European Court of Human Rights and General Prosecutor of Ukraine

September 20, 27

Suspilnist Foundation (SF) and UA:Pershy

Establishing public service broadcasting in Ukraine

Piloting a new television program and a convergent platform

42 Melnykov st., UA:Pershy studio, Kyiv

Technical control/piloting an innovative TV show with the initial title “Too Much Post-Show” (with Michael Shchur) and a Campus-point convergent  platform

September 21

Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law (CEDEM)

 

Enhancement of the media sector development in Ukraine

Expert meeting

Kyiv

Expert discussion on the Public Service Broadcasting funding

September 22-23

 

Kharkiv Press Club of Market Reforms (KPCMR)

 

Reforms in Ukraine through eyes of journalists of regional media

 

Press tour

Zakarpattia oblast

KPCMR will organize a press tour to Zakarpattya oblast. Topic: ”Infrastructural and social projects in Zakarpatya region”

 

September 22-23

Uzhhorod Press Club (UPC)

Multimedia consulting center for new regional media in Ukraine

Trainings

Kherson

UPC will conduct training for journalists of local media on how to create video that millions want to see

September 23

Volyn Press Club (VPC)

Gender space of modern journalism: from theory to practice

Gender café

Lutsk

VPC will conduct a final press-conference in the format of gender mediacafé to summarize results of the project implementation  

September 29

Impact Hub Odesa (IHO)

Media literacy in Odesa oblast

Public lecture

Odesa

IHO will organize a public lecture “What is public journalism?” Head of the Master’s Program in Media Communication at the Ukrainian Catholic University Victoria Romanyuk will tell about the role of public journalism for a civil society

September 28

Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy (POID)

Regional monitoring and promoting media literacy

Joint press conference on media monitoring results during the year 2017

Kyiv

POID, in tandem with the monitoring partners Detector media, IMI and AUP will conduct a joint press conference in Kyiv to summarize the project 2017 monitoring results. Regional and national journalists and media experts will articulate the needs of local media market and the steps necessary to keep regional journalism independent and self-regulated. International donor community will be invited

End of September (TBD)

Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy (POID)

Regional monitoring and promoting media literacy

Regional monitoring report

Kyiv

POID will prepare an analytical report based on the second wave of the regional monitoring in 8 regions of Ukraine. The report will be prepared and disseminated in Ukrainian and English

During September

TOM 14

Anticorruption program of journalistic investigations “Nashi hroshi” (Our money)

TV programs

Channel 24, UA: Pershy

 

Creation and transmission on the air of four anticorruption television program – journalistic investigations “Nashi hroshi”

 

During September

Hromadske TV.Cherkasy

U-Media Small Grant

 

Content production

45 Haharin st., apt. 237, Cherkasy

Hromadske TV will complete content production with three TV programs ‘Agents of Changes’, ‘Transformation: Decentralization of Power’ and ‘Agents of Changes: the Finale’ – all these are part of their ongoing small grant from U-Media program  

September  (TBD)

ZN UA LLC

Mirror Weekly. Ukraine

Raising public awareness of reforms. Media discourse on reintegration of Donbas  

Roundtable on reforms

Kyiv

MW will hold a final roundtable for reforms’ stakeholders – public opinion leaders, experts, representative of the civil society and media – to propel the media discourse on reforms and other socially important topics for Ukraine  

During September

Detector Media (DM)

Institutional grant

Publication of media monitoring reports

MediaSapiens, http://osvita.mediasapiens.ua/

Weekly and monthly monitoring  reports on quality of news on 7 national TV channels:

1+1, Inter, UA: Pershy, 112 Ukraine, ICTV, Ukraina Channel, Channel 5):

During September: every Tuesday, 7:00pm Kyiv time

Information and Press Center (IPC)

Crimea content creation and distribution

TV program “Issues of national security”

Chornomorska TV station (Astra 4A satellite), online and cable networks, online and on Youtube channel of the Center for Investigative Reporting

IPC will produce 1.5-hour television program “Issues of national security” featuring corruption cases in occupied Crimea