ADAMI community member Anna Glushko's internship at Deutsche Welle is over
 
Anna's Fellowship at DW has successfully ended  ADAMI is proud to be the internship provider for our participants!

Anna's Fellowship at DW has successfully ended

ADAMI is proud to be the internship provider for our participants!

 
 

Last year, in 2018, through the ADAMI activity two German media organizations as MDR TV and Deutsche Welle provided internship courses for women from Adami community. Three young women journalists were awarded fellowships to continue their professional media education in Germany.

Our dear friend and former participant at ADAMI events, from Moldova, Anna Glushko was one of them. She was elected at that concurs, due to TV report “Echoes of the Forgotten War” about Economist and researcher Svetlana Kapanzhi, who works on Bessarabian Gagauz and Bulgarians who fought in the First World War. Then this story was shown on Prime TV of Moldova. Correspondent Anna Glushko found out what prompted the author to undertake this massive work.

We want express our the best feeling and will to Anna about the successful completion of the internship. We make sure to continuous cooperation with Anna as well as with Deutsche Welle.

 
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XVI BATUMI INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE A Partnership That Matters - 10 Years and Beyond
 

from the right: Mr. Hubert Knirsch, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Georgia, Mrs. Claudia Roth, Vice President of the German Bundestag and Mr.Stefan Tolz, ADAMI Programme Director at the 16th Batumi International Conference

ADAMI was participating at the 16th Batumi International Conference, dedicated to the 10 year anniversary of Eastern Partnership. The Conference aimed at assessing the Partnership, its main deliverables, as well as present geopolitical context. The participant of the conference reflected on the challenges common to the EU and Eastern partners so that Eastern Partnership effectively accommodates to the interests of each party, in line with the principles of differentiation and inclusiveness.

The Batumi International Conference offered specific thematic sessions highlighting major areas of cooperation where participants shared new ideas on further strengthening of the Partnership and advancing European integration processes beyond 2020.

The event brought together highest- and high-level representatives of the EU and various countries, including President of the European Council Donald Tusk, European Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management Christos Stylianides.

President of Georgia Salome Zourabichvili, Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze, Chairman of the Parliament Archil Talakvadze, President of the European Council Donald Tusk, Minister of Foreign Affairs David Zalkaliani and Chairman of the Government of the Adjara Autonomous Republic Tornike Rizhvadze also spoke before the audience.

This year’s conference differs from the preceding ones by content, unprecedented scale and the level of its participants.

As an official participant of the Batumi International Conference ADAMI team had an own place to present ongoing and coming activities of 2019 to members of conference with all official attributes, including a banner, booklets, and many other things.

In Addition, Honorable guests from over the world enjoyed the screening SHOWCASE of the ADAMI winning and nominated film projects from the Eastern Partnership counties, Georgia, Armenia, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Moldova and Ukraine!

Mr.Stefan Tolz, ADAMI Programme Director had held meetups with high-level officials, including Minister of Foreign Affairs David Zalkaliani, Mr. Hubert Knirsch, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Georgia, Mrs. Claudia Roth, Vice President of the German Bundestag as well as representatives from academia, non-governmental sector and business representatives from the EU and six partner countries.

Special thanks to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia for making the ADAMI SHOWCASE happen!

 
ADAMI TANDEM 2019 in all the EaP countries
 
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Today, on May 24, we are happy to announce a Open Call for Applications for the ADAMI TANDEM programme, which is open to broadcasters and TV journalists from the six EU Eastern Partnership countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.

ADAMI TANDEM  is a new media initiative and a unique opportunity for journalists working for broadcasters in the Eastern Partnership Countries to build connections with Western European broadcasting companies and to jointly produce news pieces with colleagues from the EU.

Journalists working for broadcasters in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine on cultural diversity topics can now submit proposals for news pieces up to four minutes in duration which they intend to produce for broadcast in their home country.

Read more about ADAMI TANDEM and how to apply: https://www.adamimediaprize.eu/adami-tandem

 
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ADAMI STUDIO-Chisinau 2019
 
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In its 2019 ADAMI STUDIO initiative, ADAMI will conduct six editing workshops with film teams (fiction and documentary), who work on a film or TV project on a topic related to cultural diversity. Each film, which will be selected through a competition process, must be in the process of editing/post-production. The winning teams will be invited to gather for a three day editing workshop held by international experts. The workshops will focus on the story line and drama potential of each project

The ADAMI STUDIO-Chisinau is being organized in partnership with the International Documentary Film Festival CRONOGRAF and will take place on May 26-28, 2019. Aside from the work in the editing room, ADAMI Studio participants will be given the chance to attend screenings and networking events that the festival offers to its international guests. All Moldovan production companies, TV stations or individual producers/filmmakers interested in participating with a project in production, can apply for the workshop seminar.  

The workshop will be open to the directors and the editors of the selected films. Through the competition, four to six projects will be selected for the editing workshop, to be conducted by three international experts: Acclaimed filmmaker Irene Langemann (Germany), director/editor Radu Dumitru (Moldova) and film editor/war correspondent Mikhail Moskalenko (Ukraine).

 
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