A cycle of mobile workshops at the place of internet journalists, will be held from 14 to 28 April 2016, the portal of civil society Maghreb-Mashreq e-joussour with the support of UNESCO.
Indeed, UNESCO within the framework of its project “Promoting Freedom of Expression in Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia and Yemen” funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland, pledged to continue promoting an enabling environment for freedom of the press and journalists’ safety, facilitate pluralism and media participation, and support viable and independent media institutions. Moreover, the issue of gender equality is transversal, the UNESCO Office for the Maghreb supports its institutional and media partners in improving the representation of women in the contents and the fight against stereotypes.
It is in this framework that supports the FMAS in the establishment of a cycle of mobile workshops at the place of internet journalists, considering the involvement of the latter in the implementation of new media players, online: Internet radio.
Internet Radio, which want an engine in the work committed advocate for the democratization of the Moroccan media landscape through the legal recognition of community radio stations.
These training workshops will have two objectives:
1 / form a majority of women working or aspiring to work in existing radios;
2 / strengthen the capacity of journalists, presenters and managers of internet radio programs in the treatment of gender issues.
(Improving the representation of women on the contents and the fight against stereotypes.)
Description of the target group
10 actresses and actors by training workshop, the cycle provides 10 workshops. (A majority of women)
Direct and indirect beneficiaries
The listeners of associative-Community radios will listen quality programming, varied and diverse, taking into account the gender approach in its production.
the caravan of radio and gender
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