Media Accreditation
Media accreditation enables journalists to register free of charge for the WHO Global Ministerial Conference on Ending TB. Applications for media credentials will be accepted by journalists employed by, or working on a freelance basis for, recognized print, broadcast or online media organizations. Individuals working in media or communication related services at industrial, governmental or other institutional organizations are not eligible for free media accreditation.

Acreditation application form

Use the link below to download the media accreditation form, which must be duly completed by filling in the mandatory fields and attaching the requested images according to the following:

  • 1 photo digital color card in high resolution .jpg format or .png format at 300 dpi.
  • Scanned letter from the media, requesting its accreditation.
  • Scanned image of the identity document / passport (both sides and in a single file) of the media representative.
  • All images and documents must not exceed 2MB (2,048 KB.)

Please send the media accreditation form and the attachments to:

Only the accreditation requests via application form will be processed. Applications that do not fulfill the requirements regarding format and type (photo, letter and image of document) will not be considered. All information received will be confidential.
Journalists who would like to highlight other events, and have media purposes in the territory of the Russian Federation that do not concern the Ministerial Conference on Ending TB, should get an accreditation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. Please see the Rules of Accreditation and Stay of Correspondents of Foreign Mass Media on the Territory of the Russian Federation: