Internews Georgia, in partnership with Internews and USAID Washington Center of Excellence of Democracy, Human Rights and Governance, is launching a project “Supporting minority language media to expand civic space ahead of the 2020 Parliamentary elections.”
Six local, minority language media organizations selected through the competitive process, will receive sub-grants (up to USD 5,500 each) and editorial support to produce in-depth public affairs stories in minority languages and stage town-halls with participation of local and national politicians and voters.
Deadline for the applications: July 28, 18:00
For press release follow the link
Detailed information about the project is available here
The application form can be found here