Vinnytsia Oblast’s media learned to write about educational and healthcare reforms

On 5-6 October, a media school on sectoral reform was held in Vinnytsia with the support of the U-LEAD with Europe Programme and Centre of Political Studies and Analysis (EIDOS). The event was organised with the participation of the Vinnytsia Local Government Development Centre for journalists from local mass media and representatives of information services of the oblast’s AHs.

The organisers invited representatives of the healthcare and educational sectors of the Vinnytsia Oblast to the discussion, so that the media school participants could talk to each other with reforms’ practitioners and understand the innovations of the sectors.

All participants received certificates, and the best publications on educational and healthcare reforms will be nominated for individual awards from the organisers.

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