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pinDecember 6, 2017: Reporting on inclusive education - training course (in cooperation with UNICEF)
pinDecember 13, 2017: Presentation of survey "Youth and television" (in cooperation with AMA)
pinDecember, 2017: Ethics in new media (in cooperation with OSFA)
pinDecember, 2017: "Television and Citizens" forum" (in cooperation with AMA)
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Religious Extremism in Albanian Media
Regional Report: A World the Size of a Saucer- International news reporting in SEE countries
Media Literacy and Education Needs of Journalists and the Public in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia
Reporting international affairs in Albanian media
Media and civil society in the Western Balkans
Monitoring access to infor-
mation to local government

Social protests and institutions: Practices of co-
mmunication and accountability

Time zero of the digital switchover in SEE
Comments on amendments to E-commerce regulation
SEE ProjectAMI just concluded the project "Public vis-a-vis TV: Current challenges," implemented during 2017, with the financial support of the regulator, the Audiovisual Media Authority. The project included two components. The first component consisted in organization of four forums in the universities of Tirana, Elbasan, Shkodra, and Durres. The forums featured well-known journalists as guest speakers, who discussed with students the main problems in journalism today, the different factors that affect media production, and the difficulties and challenges of journalism at the current stage.
The second component of the project aimed to collect the opinions and attitudes of youth vis-a-vis audiovisual media, as well as internet and social media, and learn more about their consumption habits. For this purpose a survey with a sample of 500 persons ... more
- Public vis-a-vis televisions: current challenges
- EU Investigative Journalism Awards  
- South-East European Partnership for Media Development
-Testing the implementation of the new law on access to information from the new local administration
-Albanian media scene vs. European standards: what rule of law in the media sector?
-Improving capacities of Albanian journalists on new media with a special angle on gender equality
-Improving reporting of local communities and increasing capacities of local media
-Building trust in media in south east Europe and Turkey
-Re-examining relationship between media and politics in Albania
-Improving media professional skills in coverage of local elections

SEE partnership for media development project concluded...

Workshops on access to information with local media...
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AMI concludes project on media and youth
Journalist Alisa Mysliu was awarded first prize in the EU Investigative Journalism Award 2016 for Albania contest, for her cycle of programs on food security, broadcast in Fiks Fare program, on national Top Channel TV. Second prize went to Artan Rama and his team of Publicus program on Vizion Plus TV ... more
EU Award for Investigative Journalism in 2016 announced in Albania
Media Partnership