Perspektivy is a professional development programme for journalists and editors from Russia, CIS, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. It is supported by the Robert Bosch Stiftung, the Fritt Ord Foundation and the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Journalism around the world is undergoing huge change. Social media, 24-hour news cycles and ever increasing competition is changing the way journalism is consumed. More people than ever read and spread the news on their phones; the distinction between journalist and casual observer is increasingly hard to discern; and cross-border journalism is becoming the norm. In this increasingly noisy landscape, the Perspektivy programme believes that the role of the skilled, impartial journalist is more important than ever. However, it is questionable whether journalism is making the most of this opportunity.

Perspektivy has the following core aims:

  • To strengthen regional expertise and professional journalistic standards across the region, from the remotest areas of Siberia to the Baltic states and nations in Central Asia.
  • To reflect upon the ethical underpinnings of the journalistic profession
  • To internationalise participating journalists and connect them with one another
  • To contribute to mutual regional and international understanding.

Explore the project further here

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  • Fritt Ord Foundation
  • Robert Bosch Stiftung Foundation.
  • Thomson Reuters Foundation
  • International

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