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This guide was compiled by Barents Mediasphere, a two-year Kolarctic ENPI CBC project that ended in December 2014. The purpose of the project was to improve cross-border communication and information flow within the Barents region.

Barents Observer published a report on a survey that mapped out how much interest the journalists working in Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish and Russian Barents regions actually have in cross-border issues.


Arto Vitikka,Arctic Centre, University of Lapland

Disclaimer: This document has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the Arctic Centre at the University of Lapland, and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union.

The Barents Region for Journalists

Why would anybody be interested in the Barents Region and what is special about it? Here are two possible answers.

From this guide you can find practical information, such as how and where to get visa in order to travel to the Russian parts of the region, description and contact information to all major media houses, stories of journalists telling what it means to work here and information about the Barents Press International, an independent journalist network.

Make a round-trip into the media in the region via this cartoon!



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