ATTENTION! 2018 All-Ukrainian Competition of Journalistic Reports on decentralisation started

This is for the third time MinRegion holds an annual All-Ukrainian Competition of Journalistic Reports "Reforming Local Self-Governance and Territorial Organisation of Power".

The Council of Europe Programme "Decentralisation and Territorial Consolidation in Ukraine" (hereinafter referred to as the CoE Programme) and Internews-Ukraine are regular partners of the Ministry in Competition holding.

The purpose of the competition is to raise people's awareness of the reform and diversify motivational resources for journalists of the regional level, to encourage the coverage of the decentralisation process in Ukraine.

In 2018, the Competition will be held in accordance with Order of MinRegion of Ukraine No 66 dated 26 March 2018.

Materials in four nominations are accepted for the Competition:

  • online publication,
  • article (in printed media),
  • radio material
  • video material.

The materials should be published for the first time within the period from 15 October 2017 to 20 December 2018.

Materials are accepted till 20 December 2018.

Prize fund from the Council of Europe Programme:

There are three awards envisaged in each of the four nominations:

  • І prize – UAH 20 000,
  • ІІ prize – UAH 15 000,
  • ІІІ prize – UAH 10 000.

Application form of the Competition participant is available by the link: http://bit.ly/MinregMC

Detailed information on the Competition can be received on the phone: (044) 458-44-40; (044) 501-92-03; (093) 403-58-87; (097) 917-70-70, or by e-mail: contest@internews.ua

More information on the Competition is available HERE

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ATTENTION! 2018 All-Ukrainian Competition of Journalistic Reports on decentralisation started

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