The ISET Policy Institute, the USAID Economic Governance Program, and Internews Georgia hosted a two-day training course to introduce journalists to the MediaTOR platform and its Library of Economic Reforms for Media.
The International School of Economics in Tbilisi (ISET) and ISET Policy Institute are seeking a multimedia designer.
28 March 2022 marks the successful completion of ISET’s green economy training for journalists and students. We are extremely grateful to the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for financially supporting the initiative.
The first MediaTOR training module on “Reporting on Economy” is approaching its end. This particular module was led by Maka Antidze – a Georgian reporter with extensive international journalistic experience.
In previous articles we have discussed the visible deterioration of Georgia’s energy security, where energy demand keeps increasing and the share of domestic energy sources in overall primary supply (the gross amount consumed by the country over one year) is declining. Reversing this trend requires the country to accelerate the pace that it develops domestic – and mostly renewable – energy generation capacity; ideally in combination with greater efforts to improve energy efficiency.