Over the course of the last few years Pilna doma (Full Thought) has become one of the most popular media literacy projects in Latvia. The tip of the Pilna doma iceberg is a journalism contest for high-school students from all regions of Latvia, but beneath this visible part of the project lies diligent work with teachers and education officials to include media literacy and critical thinking in school curriculums, while leading Latvian journalists provide training and mentoring for students. Each year, the project ends with a classy award ceremony at the National Library of Latvia.
Gap-asset Analysis in Eastern Partnership Countries
Gap-asset Analysis of Independent Russian-Language Media Training Needs in Eastern Partnership Countries
Cooperation between journalists and politicians
“Cooperation between journalists and politicians: risks and benefits”, a discussion at the conversation festival Lampa
Real-life needs of media outlets