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March 2014

'Girls' debated again
‘Young girls do not share the values of their parents any more, and did not gain the new ones yet,’ Mariam, a youth organization coordinator said after watching our film in Tbilisi.

The argument about gender equality and the values of different generations of women and men in Georgia was raised after the screening of ‘Girls have their say’ film which took place at youth organization Droni.

‘Despite I am familiar with inequality problem and do my best to contribute to fighting it, I do see myself in these girls and even share some of their views and fears,’ Mariam, a coordinator at Droni said. .

March 27, 2014,
CAC School: call for applications

GO Group Media announces a competition for admissions to the CAC School (‘Caucasus Authors’ Course’). This intensive course is designed for young journalists (aged up to 30 years old) from any region of the South Caucasus, who has certain experience and wishes to deepen professional knowledge and practical skills, can participate in the Course. During eight months the participants will be learning the modern conceptions of documentary filmmaking, photography, investigative journalism and conflict analysis.

The students will participate in intensive training workshops, in real and online mode. Selected participants will undergo the full teaching course after which they will produce three projects – a documentary, a photo series, and an investigative story. The participants will be provided with necessary equipment for the duration of the Course. Upon completion of the Course the participants will be given certificates. The length of the Course – eight months, from May through December. The working language of the Course – Russian. Average knowledge of the Russian language is sufficient. The participants are expected to be able to speak and read in Russian. Excellent writing skills in Russian are not obligatory.

The course is free or charge for the students. The 'Caucasus Authors' Course' is supported by the Finnish Foundation for Media, Communication and Development. The media school is also supported by Dutch organization Free Press Unlimited. Interested candidates should email motivation letter, CV and two references to maka.tsnobiladze@gogroupmedia.net Deadline for applications is March  31, 2014

Additional information can be obtained at the CAC school webpage

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