A series of public events in various formats, focused on the future of Ukraine.
Ukrainian media outlets will be able to use this mechanism to contest undeserved, in their opinion, limitations on social platforms owned by the company Meta
A platform for foreign correspondents traveling to Ukraine or reporting on the Ukrainian agenda
Analytical research with recommendations for the recovery of Ukraine for government authorities, non-governmental organizations, international donors, and other participants in the process.
Analytical research on the most common Russian propaganda narratives related to Ukraine found in the media of Germany, Italy, Hungary, Latvia, and France.
The handbook is the result of four online training sessions for national, regional, and niche media conducted by Google and Lviv Media Forum in 2022.
Media Community Charging Station. Here you can work with a team or individually, host public events or strategic sessions. The unique feature of this space is regular networking.
During the full-scale invasion, Russian occupiers looted and destroyed journalists' equipment. To restore the studio, we need not just one million, but today we can purchase phones, laptops, recorders, and cameras.
The idea of residencies is to improve the emotional well-being of journalists and facilitate rejuvenation. The Carpathian Mountains have become the implementation site for the project.
An application for networking and searching professional opportunities for everyone working in the media.
Disinformation Counteraction Project. Within its framework, we conducted four training sessions for eighteen local media outlets.
The goal is to assess the needs of the media, how to meet those needs, how leaders plan to continue their work, and how media outlets can sustain themselves and retain their audience.
The project responds to the challenges and threats faced by journalists in Ukraine during the war.
The project consists of two components: the "Ukrainian Network for Countering Disinformation" and an information center for displaced journalists.
The project aims to increase the visibility and influence of high-quality independent media among an audience that does not have access to them.
The project aims to help regional media more effectively combat information manipulation, toxic narratives, and disinformation.
The largest international media event in Central-Eastern Europe. Dates for LMF 2024 will be announced later.
Project for bloggers who run channels in Ukrainian or Belarusian languages.