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Democracy and the free media in Russia emerged strongly in the 1990s, but today the situation is much different. The Russian journalists are working in a deteriorating media and legislative environment. Russia has become one of the most dangerous countries in the world for a working journalist.

SPeter0702 021Fojo has implemented journalist training programs in Russia since 1995, in cooperation with local partners. The programs have been designed for journalists in print, web and broadcast media.

 

Seminars have covered a wide range of subjects such as investigative reporting, journalistic ethics, media management, web-editing, training of trainers.

 

Fojo projects have been of great significance for about 4000 journalists, media managers, editors and journalism students who has participated in Fojo´s educational programs in Russia from 1996 to beginning of 2017.

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@fergb Hi. Coming to London 25-26 Sep. Setting up fact checking hub in Sweden. Would like to meet you. Do you have time?

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