- The study visit will boost the partner NGOs youth workers competencies on the interaction with media (as an important part of media literacy) and raising the presence of NGOs in the local media. Also, they will be taught on mobile journalism.
- The study visit will take place in Tirana, Albania and will have 20 participants
- Duration – 6 days
Attendees of the study visit will gain an insight into the mainstream media platforms that exist in Albania, such as Euro News Albania, Albanian Radio and Television etc. Also they will have the chance to meet the young and established content creators and media makers who have developed their own platforms and mediums to address youth needs in Albania. This study visit will provide youth workers also an opportunity to learn from organisations who work with media, gather and share best practices, create a basis for future cooperation and new projects to take place. During this study visit, we mix presentations, visiting organisations, discussions, working groups and presentations in a way that it will give participants an opportunity not only to listen and learn, but also to contribute and initiate topics of discussions. Some of the medias and organisations we will visit are: EuroNews Albania represents a new media model that strives to embody the same professional standards and values as the prestigious Euronews brand. Euronews Albania today is made up of a team of 150 professionals, who have received extensive training from Euronews Group senior executives on the latest production and reporting techniques, such as mobile journalism, TV news shows and digital media. Albanian Radio and Television – RTSH is the public broadcaster of Albania, founded in 1938 in Tirana. Albania Media Council is an independent organisation of journalists with the purpose to promote self-regulation among the community, as a mean to re-establish trust and maintain media’s credibility with the Albanian public.