Institute Alternative in cooperation with NGOs Natura, Bonum, New Horizon and Center for Investigative Journalism invites media representatives to apply for participation in the workshop “Open Data for Good Governance”.
A two-day workshop is an intensive and practical training program for representatives of NGOs and media on specific available online tools to improve reporting on public administration reform challenges. Online tools will serve for more innovative visualization of data that will be available to citizens.
The workshop will be held on December 15 and 16, 2017 in the Hotel Adria in Budva.
All the costs of the workshop, including transportation and accommodation, are covered by Institute Alternative.
To sign up, you need to send:
2. Motivational letter
3. Earlier authorial articles (links to an online article or a scanned article from a print media) on issues of transparency, accountability, open data, public finance management, service delivery, or, in the broadest sense, good governance topics and public administration reform.
Participants must have basic knowledge of computer work, including working basics in Excel.
The motivation letter should clearly answer the questions regarding which topics from good governance area would you like to explore, as well as what information would you like to present and in what way. The motivation letter may also contain a brief description of the problems you encountered when displaying information, whether this problem concerns the amount of information, the inaccessibility of information, the inability to present them in a visually attractive manner, etc.
Applications can be sent to Aleksandra Vavić, to e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org until December 7, 2017. You can also contact Aleksandra via same e-mail if you have any additional questions.
Applications that do not contain a CV and a motivational letter will not be considered.
The workshop is organized within the framework of the project “Civil Society for Good Governance: To Act and Account!”, supported by the European Union within the Civil Society Facility and the Balkan Trust for Democracy (BTD), the project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) .