CDI to Hold Meeting with Journalists
On Saturday, September 22, at 16:00 hrs the Civic Development Institute (CDI) is going to hold a meeting with journalists to introduce the project Citizen Journalists for Free and Fair Elections made possible with the support of the UN Democracy Fund.
The project implies cooperation between professional and citizen journalists in 11 cities across Georgia over the coverage of upcoming parliamentary elections to be held on October 1. 22 professional journalists and 1,320 citizens involved in the project are going to set up a joint system to obtain and disseminate information in the run up to elections and on the E-day.
CDI’s chief Ia Antadze will present the project to the journalists.
Venue: Tbilisi Marriott Hotel (13, Rustaveli Ave), Queen Tamar room.
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