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Programme of Donbas Media Forum 2017

Donbas in Media: from Populism to Facts 

June 28-29, 2017, Svyatohirsk, Zeleny Hay Hotel, Kurortna str. 13

The Donbas becomes a reason for political populism which interferes with journalism as the prism this or that broadcaster chooses influences the way the audience perceives the content. This is the reason why the level of trust to Ukrainian media is low in the region. The standards of highlighting conflict-sensitive issues are violated. Psychological traumas of journalists themselves also influence the content quality. To overcome these problems, we are planning to discuss the following themes within the framework of the Forum: 1) political populism or journalism standards; 2) increasing the efficiency of the Donbas media agencies (management, involving resources, new technologies, variety of the content); 3) conflict-sensitive journalism in times of crisis.

Arrival date: June 27, Tuesday

Morning-afternoon: checking into the hotel, registration of participants and guests

17.00 - 18.00 — round table “Hostility Language in Media: how to Reduce its Usage by Journalists and the Level of Tension in the Society” (speakers: Oleksiy Matsuka (NGO Donetsk Institute of Information), Tetyana Popova (NGO Information Security), Anastasiya Stanko (NGO Hromadske TV), Oleksandr Horokhovsky (media platforms: FactCheck.com.ua and Checkregion-ua.info), Clemens Schöll (author for Deutsche Presseagentur, head of international programs/projects at Berlin Journalism School (Berliner Journalistenschule).

19.00 - Dinner

June 28, 2017, Wednesday 

9.00 - 10.00 — Coffee, registration of participants and guests

10.00 - 10.30 — the Forum opening ceremony. Greetings from the Forum organizers and partners 

10.30 - 11.00 — Presentation by Svitlana Yeremenko (NGO Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy); Situation in the Informational Space of Ukraine: the Fourth Year of the War.

11.00 - 12.00 — Panel discussion: Loyal to the Regime or Independent Journalism (journalists’ self-regulations or self-censorship while reporting about the crisis; what is primary for a journalist: patriotism, civic engagement or professionalism; what post-truth journalism means, why the term “post-truth” won in the word of the year nomination at Oxford Dictionaries. What threats post-truth and violating journalism standards pose to Ukraine). Moderator: Diana Dutsyk, NGO Detector Media managing director. Speakers: Andriy Dikhtyarenko, Radio Liberty journalist, the Realna Gazeta editor; Vadym Lubchak, the Day newspaper journalist; Andriy Shapovalov, head of the Luhansk regional managing subsidiary of the Public Joint Stock Company National Public Broadcasting Company of Ukraine; Oleha Holub, media expert, NGO Institute of Mass Information analyst; Yuriy Kostiuchenko, executive secretary of the System Analysis Committee of Presidium National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; Oleha Sadovnyk, Thomson Foundation project coordinator. 12.00 – 12.30. - Coffee break 

12.30 – 14.30. Master classes session (conducted simultaneously at different venues of Zeleny Hay Hotel, the list of master classes is presented separately)

14.30 – 15.30. Lunch break

15.00 – 15.30. Presentation of the project Fact Checking in Ukrainian Regions (Oleksandr Horokhovsky)

15.30 – 16.30 Panel discussion: Opportunities for Local Media Offered by International Donors and the European Union Institutions (existing opportunities for local media funding with the help of international aid for Ukraine; the criteria media organizations should correspond to to get get aid; indicators of media organizations work efficiency which donors assess). Moderator — Lyubov Palivoda, President of NGO CCC Creative Center. Speakers: David Stulik, press attaché of the EU Delegation to Ukraine; Victoria Marchenko, Program Manager, Civil Society and Media, USAID; Matthias Konrad, the first secretary of the German Embassy in Ukraine; Ana Aelenei, the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation, Marshall Fund; Ben Robinson, journalist and photographer; Johanna Rogozynska, senior programme manager of National Endowment for Democracy in Europe; Oleh Pastukhov, expert of the Media Development of the USA Embassy to Ukraine.

16.30 – 18.30. Master classes session (conducted simultaneously at different venues of Zeleny Hay Hotel, the list of master classes is presented separately)

18.30 – 19.30. Presentation: Research into Reforms Communication in Ukraine (NGO Internews-Ukraine). Speaker: Maryna Ergenlidze, Internews-Ukraine media communicator (what reforms the population is interested in and how to communicate them in an engaging manner)

18.30-19.30. Europe Online Press Club meeting. Discussion about the specificity of the EU institutions activity.

19.30. Dinner

June 29, 2017, Thursday 

9.00 - 10.00 — Panel discussion: Conflict-Sensitive Journalism in Times of Crisis (discussion of recommendations for MM concerning the ways of lighting crises and their consequences; during the discussion the following themes will be covered: journalists' safety in the conditions of crises, international standards and practices of conflict-sensitive journalism, recommendations on the work with groups of people — victims of conflict consequences. The participants will also discuss the influence of the language on lighting conflicts, ways of avoiding hostility, ways of conducting conflict-sensitive interviews, main principles of journalism ethics with respect to the conflict). Moderator — Serhiy Tomilenko, Head of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine (Kyiv). Speakers: Nicolas Ebnöther, Associate Project Officer at the Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media (Vienna, Austria); Jeta Xharra, founder of the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN), leader of Life of Kosovo program (Pristina, Kosovo); Gabrielle Kaprielian Cunin, program manager of Fondation Hirondelle organization (Switzerland); Alex Anderson, former manager of International Crisis Group, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International in Kosovo.

10.00 - 12.00 — Master class session (conducted simultaneously at different venues of Zeleny Hay hotel; the list of master classes is presented separately).

12.00 - 12.30 — Lunch break

12.30 - 13.30 — Panel discussion How to Build communication between Power with Society and local Community (whether cooperation between the power and journalists is possible, what reasons for cooperation are there, effective models of involving community in the process of local self-governing through media and public campaigns, proposals concerning strategic communication of power with society). Moderator — Tetiana Oharkova, public organization Ukrainian Crisis Media Center. Speakers: Yevhen Hlibovytsky, partner of Pro.Mova consulting company; Oleksandr Kliuzhev, analyst of public network Opora; Oleksiy Haran, research director of Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation, Doctor of History, Professor of Political Science Department of the National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy; Iryna Bekeshkina, director of Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation; Tetyana Yakubovych, journalist of Radio Liberty and Donbas Realities Radio.

13.30 - 15.30 - Master class session (conducted simultaneously at different venues of Zeleny Hay hotel; the list of master classes is presented separately).

15.30 - 16.00 — Forum closing ceremony.

16.00 -16.40 — Transfer from Zeleny Hay hotel to Slovyansk.

The list of master classes (it is subject to change) 

Day 1 (28.06.2017)

Session 1 (12.30-14.30)
1. New digital technology for editorial offices (Vitaly Moroz)
2. Methods of psychological self-rehabilitation for journalists who work in a crisis (Oleh Pokalchuk)
3. How to observe journalism standards in conditions of populism, post-truth, and pressure from different sides (Natalia Steblyna)
4. How to attract finance to the editorial office (Lubov Palyvoda)
5. Creating an effective and influential regional editorial office (Hanna Murlykina)
6. Copyright protection (Liudmyla Pankratova, Serhiy Kuliasov)

Session 2 (16.30 - 18.30)
1. Methods of psychological self-rehabilitation for journalists who work in a crisis (Oleh Pokalchuk)
2. Media project administration, managing a multimedia editorial office (Natalia Kurdiukova, Olena Leptuha)
3. New digital technology for the editorial office (Serhiy Polezhaka, Oleksiy Furman)
4. How to observe journalism standards in conditions of populism, post-truth, and pressure from different sides (Natalia Steblyna)
5. Master class for investigative journalists (Dmytro Hnap)
6. Copyright protection (Liudmyla Pankratova, Serhiy Kuliasov)

Day 2 (29.06.2017)

Session 1 (10.00 - 12.00)

1. Requirements to creating media in new economic conditions (Oleksandr Bilinsky)
2. Practical recommendations on conducting crowdfunding campaign to attract finance to the editorial office from the community (Svitlana Kolodiy)
3. Methods of psychological self-rehabilitation for journalists who work in a crisis (Tetiana Konrad)
4. New digital technology for the editorial office (Serhiy Polezhaka, Oleksiy Furman)
5. Covering the conflict in the Balkans – lessons and comparison? (Jeta Xharra, Alex Anderson)
6. Master class for investigative journalists (Dmytro Hnap)

Session 2 (13.30-15.30)

1. Media project administration, managing a multimedia editorial office (Natalia Kurdiukova, Olena Leptuha)
2. Creation of new content formats (Vladyslav Yatskiv)
3. Methods of psychological self-rehabilitation for journalists who work in a crisis (Tetiana Konrad)
4. Practical recommendations on conducting crowdfunding campaign to attract finance to the editorial office from the community (Svitlana Kolodiy)
5. Experimental workshop “To believe not necessary to analyze. Where to put a comma?” (a game to understand and feel how particular news may influence people's thoughts and behaviour) (Liubov Kvasiuk).
6. Journalism standards and challenges for them when new technology is employed (Ingo Petz) 

Information about the Forum master class trainers 

Vitaliy Moroz — works for Internews-Ukraine as a head of new media. Responsible for implementing new educational initiatives in applying new technologies for mass media and NGOs.

Oleksandr Bilinsky — journalist, manager of the site Horlivka. Modern City Site and KievMedia.City online resource editor.

Dmytro Hnap — journalist-investigator, works for Slidstvo.Info, a joint project of UA: First and Hromadske TV. Was born in Donetsk, studied at Taras Shevchenko National Univesrity of Kyiv, Faculty of Philosophy. Themes of investigations are politics, economy, criminal events, corruption.

Lyubov Kvasyuk — trainer and developer of IREX/Ukraine methodology materials (Council for international scientific research and exchange), training activity is conducted in Moldova, Ukraine and Georgia. Master-trainer in Media Literacy for Citizens which was implemented by IREX together with Academy of Ukrainian Press and StopFake.

Svitlana Kolodiy — project manager, coordinator of GoEast of NGO Global Office, expert in crowdfunding and fundraising teacher at Creative management camp. Coordinated Spilnokosht crowdfunding platform.

Tatiana Konrad has been in charge of a private therapeutical practice since 1997, thematic therapeutical groups since 2007. Participated in Maidan Psychological Service since December 2013. Organizer and coordinator of Zaporizhzhya NGO Ukrainian Association of Professionals for Overcoming Posttraumatic Events.

Serhiy Kulyasov — editor of The Kremenchuh Telegraph, The Private Newspaper and For Home and Family newspapers.

Nataliya Kurdiukova — head and co-founder of Kharkiv independent social and political project Nakypilo, which includes a press centre, a youtube channel, and nakipelo.ua site. The project was founded in March 2014 after dramatic events on Maidan when the situation in Khrakiv began to deteriorate. The media project is not funded by any political party, it is exceptionally public. Natalya is a documentary director and journalist by profession.

Olena Leptuha — editor-in-chief of Kharkiv independent social and political media project Nakypilo. Certified DW Academy coach. PhD in Philology, associate professor. Has worked as an editor and content manager in regional and national mass media for 15 years.

Hanna Murlykina — editor-in-chief of CitySites local sites network, founder of 0629.com.ua the first site attached to the phone code of the city which is now the most popular in the Donetsk region. 

Lyubov Palyvoda - founder and President of CCC Creative Center, a Ukrainian charity fund. For more than 23 years, Lyubov has worked with civic society organizations, programmes of international technical help, donors, authorities of different levels, businesses and citizens both in Ukraine and abroad. Lyubov has a Master’s Degree in Mathematics and Mathematical Foundations of Cybernetics (Kyiv National University), Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) of International Management Institute (Kyiv) and PhD in State Administration (Rutgers University, USA).

Lyudmyla Pankratova — lawyer, media expert of Regional Press Development Institute, is in change of a legal practice dealing with labour law, commercial law, informational arguments and human rights defense. Presents cases in the European Court of Human Rights.

Oleh Pokalchuk — social psychologist, writer, publicist. The majority of Donbas Media Forum-2016 participants agreed that this psychologist’s presentation what the most useful one and contained a lot of pieces of practical advice.

Natalya Steblina — media expert of Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy, coordinator of Odesa expert Group of All-Ukrainian Press Monitoring. Teacher of journalism, advertisement and polygraphy at Odesa I. I. Mechnikov National University, PhD in Social Communication. Editor of media research rubric of happymisto.od.ua site.

Serhiy Polezhaka and Oleksiy Furman present New Cave Media project. They are specialists in VR technology which is filming with a 360° spherical camera. Serhiy Polezhaka made a photoset called Donbas Bridges in the ATO zone. He graduated from Gdansk Media School and Kyiv Journalism Institute, has worked as a photo and video journalist, winner of CPOY, IPA international contests. Oleksiy Furman worked on a project in Chornobyl zone. He is a Ukrainian journalist and a Fulbright scholar (Missouri School of Journalism, USA), winner of POYi, CPOY, BOP awards, etc.

Vladyslav Yatskiv — head of mulimedia department of Kyiv Radio Liberty editorial office. The department is in change of development and realization of special projects such as microsites, videos for social networks, photo and video coverage and streams.

Ingo Petz - has worked as a freelance journalist for more than fifteen years, including such influential German newspapers as The Süddeutsche Zeitung, The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung та Der Standard. As a political analyst and commentator he is regularly published in such scientific magazines as Osteuropa and Internationale Politik. Has published a number of books (“Kiwi Paradise”, “Cucko Clocks in Baku”). Is considered to be one of the main German experts in Belarus affairs. Has been a member of German-Belorussian Association board of directors since 2006.

Jeta Xharra - a founder of Balkan journalist investigations network (BIRN), presenter of Kosovo Life TV programme (Priština, Kosovo). Started her career in mass media as BBC News and Channel 4 journalist in 1998 during the war in Kosovo, then was promoted to the position of BBC manager in Kosovo.

Information about panel discussions speakers 

Alex Anderson — British researcher and writer who specialises in social development, democracy, human rights, management and conflict prevention. He has divided his professional life between the former USSR and the Balkans. Ex-manager of the International Crisis Group (Brussels), researcher and manager of Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International organizations in Kosovo. Ex-head of Human Rights Watch (HRW) office in Tbilisi.

Iryna Bekeshkyna - Ukrainian sociologist, specialist in political and electoral sociology. Head of Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Fund.

Oleksiy Haran - Ukrainian political scientist, scientific director of Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Fund. Lett.D. in History, professor of Department of Political Studies of National University of Kyiv-Mohhyla Academy, field of research is history of Ukraine of the XX – XXI centuries.

Yevhen Hlibovytsky - Nestor Group member, founder of pro.mova, member of Public broadcasting surveillance board. One of initiators of Hromadske.TV (2013), 5th Channel (2003) creation. Teaches strategic disciplines at management programmes of Ukrainian Catholic University.

Olena Holub - expert of Mass Information Institute. The activity of the Institute includes protecting freedom of speech, encouraging development of Ukrainian journalism, researching public opinion and other things that are connected to mass consciousness formation.

Andriy Dikhtyarenko - the Realna Hazeta editor, Donbas. Realitiea TV programme (Radio Liberty project) journalist.

Diana Dutsyk — executive director of NGO Detector Media, Honoured Journalist of Ukraine, PhD in Philology; deputy director of Kyiv Mohyla School of Journalism.

Svitlana Yeremenko — executive director of Pylyp Orlyk Institute of Democracy. Ukrainian journalist, editor, media expert, writer (author of books Painting as Prayer, Slagheaps under the Plane); author of the project of publishing the book about IDPs — Disadvantaged? Unconquered!

Vadym Lubchak — editor of the devision of web editorial office and innovative media of The Den' newspaper, former editor of the media division of The Den' newspaper, journalist. Chief of The Den' site. Editor of Press-club of The Den' newspaper. Every week, in The Den' newspaper, there appear 6 columns devoted to issues of Ukrainian and world journalism. V. Lubchak specializes in problems of the information space of Ukraine — principles and standards of journalism in the conditions of the hybrid war, specific features of convergence of national media, creation of public TV in Ukraine, etc. Has PhD in Philology.

Oleksandr Kliuzhev — coordinator of OPORA regional campaign which is supervision of the election process in the Donetsk region; since 2012 O. Kliuzhev has been working as an analyst of this organization's election and parliamentary projects at the national level. Oleksandr is a co-author of the draft Ukrainian Local Election Act (10-68-2), Act On Provision of IDPs' Right to Vote (2501а-1), and Act On Provision of IDPs' and Other Mobile Citizens' Right to Vote (№6240).

Yuriy Kostuchenko — analyst, expert in safety and risk analysis, executive secretary of the System Analysis Committee at the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; leading researcher of the Scientific Centre for Aerospace Research of the Earth of the Institute of Geological Sciences of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. The focus of his research interests, which is based on the tasks of the System Analysis Committee, includes approaches to the elaboration of integrated security management models for sustained social, economic, and ecological development; analyzes information space and information security of Ukraine; The Den' newspaper author, Radio Liberty.

Victoria Marchenko — Program Manager, Civil Society and Media, USAID. Victoria Marchenko leads USAID’s civil society and media development efforts in Ukraine and co-leads international donor coordination in these two sectors.

Tetiana Oharkova — Ukrainian literary critic, has PhD in literature studies, expert in theory of literature and history of French literature; periodically publishes her articles in internet publications: Ukrainska Pravda. Zhyttia, Ukrainskiy Tyzhden, Criticism; has published: Europeans' Life: French Lyceum, Europeans' Life: Taxation in Sweden, Europeans' Life: Swiss Army, Justice in the Czech Republic, From the Two Banks, etc.

Oleh Pastukhov — expert of MM Development Fund of the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine.

Olena Sadovnik — Thomson Foundation coordinator. Within the framework of the Voice of Local MM project, she supports business-consulting and development of multimedia materials on the consequences of the conflict.

Serhiy Tomilenko — Head of the Ukrainian National Union of Journalists. The priorities of the UNUJ are the protection of journalists' rights, aid to colleagues who suffered when fulfilling their duties (because of the Crimea annexation and Donbas occupation; prosecution by Russian authorities), international cooperation. Donbas journalists are integrated in the Union as regional centers (in Mariupol and Severodonetsk), and the central office is in Kyiv.

Ben Robinson — a journalist and a photographer, consultant of local media organizations. Works in Great Britain, is a member of the Institute for Statecraft in London and works on the Integrity Initiative project aimed at detecting and counteracting Russian disinformation; the author of the cycle of photographs of Ukrainian IDPs of 2014-2017.

Andriy Shapovalov — head of Luhansk regional state TV and radio company (since March 2015); managed to create a team of co-workers. The company bought equipment, arranged a studio, and now develops news and other content broadcast on LOT channel and radio Pulse.

Tetiana Yakubovych — a Radio Liberty journalist; focuses on the conflict in Donbas; author of videos for Donbas. Realities project.

Ana Aelenei – coordinator of the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation, Marshall Fund. Matthias Conrad – the First Secretary of the German Embassy in Ukraine.

Nicolas Ebnöther – Associate Project Officer at the Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media (Vienna, Austria).

Joanna Rohozinska – senoir program manager of National Endowment for Democracy in Europe.

Gabrielle Kaprielian Cunin – chief of Fondation Hirondelle programs (Switzerland) – organization which presents news and information to population in the condition of crisis. Participates in developing projects in Western Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe. At present, she is chief of the supervision of the organization projects in Burkina Faso and Myanmar. Gabrielle comes from California, got Bachelor's Degree in political science; later, at George Washington University, she was awarded Master's of Arts Degree in the area of international relations, in particular, international conflicts and conflict resolution. 

David Stulik – press attaché of the EU Delegation to Ukraine. He has already joined the team of Donbas media Forum active participants. He has worked as a researcher, project chief and as an executive assistant of the senior vice president of the East-West Institute (Prague).

Information about the participants of the Forum special events 

Oleksiy Matsuka — head of the board of NGO Donetsk Institute of Information, Director of NGO Donbad Public TV.

Anastasiya Stanko — author and presenter of Hromadske TV East which is created by Hromadske TV.

Tetiana Popova — head of NGO Information Security, Deputy Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine (2015-2016 рр.).

Clemens Schöll has a 15-year experience of conducting trainings for journalists and managing projects of journalist exchange. For a long time, he was director of Medien – Mittler zwischen den Völkernмає for journalists from the countries — new members of the European Union, then also from the countries of the Eastern Partnership; cooperates with Deutsche Presseagentur. He is a member of the German Association of Journalists, and a member of «n-ost» network for journalists. Its aim is promoting better coverage of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe in German MM. Head of international programs/projects at Berlin Journalism School (Berliner Journalistenschule).

Oleksandr Horohovskiy — project chief, editor-in-chief of media platforms FactCheck.com.ua and Checkregion-ua.info.

Presenter of Donbas Media Forum

Dmytro Khorkin — general producer of Ukrainian radio Ukrainian Radio — ua:суспільне. Author and presenter of special project Donbas-uа on Ukrainian radio.

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