From May 18-20, the ADAMI Media Prize team conducted an official visit to the capital of Azerbaijan. ADAMI Director Stefan Tolz and project coordinator Nelly Mzhavanadze travelled to Baku to meet with representatives of both the President's administration as well as the parliament of Azerbaijan.
ADAMI IN ARMENIA The ADAMI Media Prize conducted an official visit to the capital of Armenia. Communications Specialist Natia Koberidze travelled to Yerevan to meet with journalists and filmmakers. Natia made presentations on the ADAMI prize at the Armenian Youth Cinema Festival One Shot, and in the artist's club LOFT.
ADAMI IN GEORGIA The ADAMI Media Prize took part in a media conference to mark World Press Freedom Day, 3 May 2018 in Batumi. Regional public broadcaster Adjara TV hosted the meeting, inviting Georgian media and NGOs to discuss the safety of journalists. ADAMI Communications Coordinator Natia Koberidze presented to conference participants the details of the 2018 ADAMI Media Prize competition.
ADAMI IN BELARUS
In April, ADAMI visited the Belorussian Media Exhibition where the ADAMI colleagues had the opportunity to network and create new ties with regional TV companies, journalists, and universities. ADAMI representatives met up with Belorussian State TV (BelTV) CEO Mr. Ivan Eismont and the CEO of ONT, Mr. Marat Markov.
ADAMI IN UKRAINE
The ADAMI Media Prize conducted an official visit to the capital of Ukraine in June 2018 to present ADAMI to the representatives of local media specialists.
ADAMI IN MOLDOVA
In March 2018, the ADAMI team conducted an official visit to the capital of Moldova and travelled to Chisinau to meet with representatives of both the President's administration as well as the national broadcasting companies of Moldova.