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Regional Information & Communication Programme
Aims at boosting public awareness and understanding of the EU and its relations in the ENPI area, through support to journalists and media outlets for material production, as well as training
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine (East) Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Syria, Tunisia (South)
Budget: €19 million (€12 million ENPI South, €7 million ENPI East)
Actions in brief
- Establishes the ENPI Info Centre (www.enpi-info.eu) focused on the production and dissemination of information and media monitoring.
- Produces TV, radio, press and news website reportages on EU projects funded on the ground (www.eurojar.org and Euromed-news – South –http://www.window-to-europe.eu/ and “Information and communications – Regional East Caucasus – TV, radio, press and Internet activities” with Internews - East - website to be launched.
- Trains over 200 journalists in four groups: Middle East, Maghreb & Lebanon, Caucasus, and Russian Speaking and aims at networking with over 500 (European Neighbourhood Journalism Network - http://www.journalismnetwork.eu/index.php).
- Carries out opinion polls to gaugeperceptions and opinion among key target audiences in the ENPI to help evaluate and define EU policies.
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