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INTERNSHIP OPEN CALL

 1-09-2021, 09:46

INTERNSHIP OPEN CALLThe School of Peacemaking and Media Technology in Central Asia announces an annual competition among students from Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan and any countries, studying journalism and mass communication, law, cultural studies, and anthropology, to participate in research and media monitoring projects.

Over the past five years, more than 50 students have completed research internships.

 

This internship is scheduled for the period from December 15 to January 20, 2022.

In some cases, a student can start an internship earlier.

Due to the epidemiological situation, it is likely that an internship will be carried out in a distance format.

 

The selected interns will be trained in new analytical tools, will have access to databases, and together with the team, will conduct a few studies.

Participation in the project is a good practice, upon completion of which an internship confirmation letter will be issued. An important criterion for selecting interns is language proficiency, perseverance, attentiveness, a clear application of methodology and indicators in practice, a desire to work with large amounts of information.

Participation in the project is a good practice, upon completion of which an internship confirmation letter will be issued. An important criterion for selecting interns is language proficiency, perseverance, attentiveness, the use of methodology and indicators during research, a desire to work with large amounts of information on the Internet.

 

Topics for this year:

 

COVID-19 pandemic and information manipulation

 

Electoral processes

 

Xenophobia and hate speech

 

Terrorism Threats and Media Narratives

 

A letter of motivation and a CV indicating the contacts of at least two referees should be sent to peacemakingandmediaca@gmail.com until 18:00 Bishkek time, December 5, 2021, marked "For internship".

 

Applications sent after this deadline will not be considered. The team does not comment on the selection methods and does not respond to letters of inquiry after the end of the call.

 

The School of Peacemaking and Media Technology in Central Asia announces an annual a competition among students from Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan and any countries, studying journalism and mass communication, law, cultural studies and anthropology, to participate in research and media monitoring projects.

Over the past five years, more than 50 students have completed the research internships.

 

This internship is scheduled for the period from December 15 to January 20, 2022.

In some cases, a student can start an internship earlier.

Due to the epidemiological situation, it is likely that an internship will be carried out in a distance format.

 

The selected interns will be trained in new analytical tools, will have access to databases and, together with the team, will conduct a few of studies.

Participation in the project is a good practice, upon completion of which an internship confirmation letter will be issued. An important criterion for selecting interns is language proficiency, perseverance, attentiveness, a clear application of methodology and indicators in practice, a desire to work with large amounts of information.

Participation in the project is a good practice, upon completion of which an internship confirmation letter will be issued. An important criterion for selecting interns is language proficiency, perseverance, attentiveness, the use of methodology and indicators during research, a desire to work with large amounts of information on the Internet.

 

Topics for this year:

 

COVID-19 pandemic and information manipulation

 

Electoral processes

 

Xenophobia and hate speech

 

Terrorism Threats and Media Narratives

 

A letter of motivation and a CV indicating the contacts of at least two referees should be sent to peacemakingandmediaca@gmail.comuntil 18:00 Bishkek time, December 5, 2021 marked "For internship".

 

Applications sent after this deadline will not be considered. The team does not comment on the selection methods and does not respond to letters of inquiry after the end of the call.

About the organization: The School of Peacemaking and Media Technology in Central Asia is an organization for the development of media and relations with the public, the promotion of freedom of expression, and the fight against hate speech and discrimination in the media. It specializes in media studies and expert reviews of online content and intolerant language in the media, on the internet, and in public discourse; creating media campaigns on sensitive issues; and trainings for journalists, activists, online content creators, and human right defenders, including those in conflict zones. Starting from 2011, the team of the School of Peacemaking and Media Technology in CA has issued 24 reports and a package of recommendations based on the results of monitoring and hate speech researches in various areas[1].www.ca-mediators.net; https://www.facebook.com/peacemakingS/; peacemakingandmediaca@gmail.com





CALL FOR APPLICATION

 23-01-2018, 15:11

CALL FOR APPLICATIONSchool of Peacemaking and Media Technology in Central Asia supported by the Democracy Commission of the US Embassy Bishkek announces a competition among journalists who want to take part in the three-day training workshop on Countering Extremists Propaganda and Hate in Media to be held in February 26-27-28 February, 2018 in Bishkek. All costs shall be borne by organizers.

 

The training program is based on modern challenges and current needs of journalists. Participants will be taught the methods and tools of coverage of signs of extremism, terrorism and related issues. They will also learn how the hate speech and its communication aspects influence the spread of radical content in the media and on the Internet, understand what errors of journalists and users lead to propaganda of extremism, learn the difference between harmful and illegal content in order to prevent the consequences of transmitting extremist ideology, practice the skills of journalism ethics and legal security.

The training will be held by international and local experts having solid experience.

We are inviting journalists and media activists aged below 35 from all the regions of Kyrgyzstan.

Participants of the training will be selected on a competitive basis. Those selected shall be obliged to take the training program from the beginning to the end.

In order to take part in the competition, please email the following documents to: peacemakingschool@gmail.com:

— a completed application form for participation in the training (download here)
— a CV,

— a scan of ID.

Only a complete set of documents will be accepted.

Deadline for applications— 5:00 pm February 16, 2018.

Late applications will not be considered.





Applications are invited for the Training on Reporting Diversity in Kyrgyzstan

 7-05-2014, 12:54
Applications are invited for the Training on Reporting Diversity in KyrgyzstanLocal journalists from TV, radio and on-line media outlets can apply to attend 5-day workshop offered by the Media and Diversity Project implemented with the support of the Freedom of Information Program of Soros Foundation – Kyrgyzstan.




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  • Training in destroying stereotypes for journalists, Bishkek, April 2012

  • Workshop on production of team reporting in multinational journalist groups, Bishkek, August 2012



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