2018-12-06 Uncategorized0

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From 23 to 30 November, the Canal France International (CFI), the Media Cooperation Agency organized a training workshop for 12 journalists from Yemen at the Dead Sea.

 

The first session of the training workshop presented by journalist Mohammed Al-Hani was aimed at training Yemeni journalists on training skills under the title “Trainers’ Training “.

 

The Syrian journalist, Lina al-Chawaf, the Executive Director of the Rozana Foundation, presented the second session under the title of “Humanitarian Journalism” and how our media turned into humanitarian

media in the difficult circumstances that Yemen is currently experiencing of dismantling and also of a deplorable humanitarian situation.

 

The French Media Cooperation Agency said that the aim of the training is to improve the dissemination of information to the affected population in Yemen, to give more flexibility to information of a humanitarian nature and to facilitate its treatment by journalists.

 

CFI is a subsidiary of France Medias Monde, which promotes media development in Africa, the Arab world and Southeast Asia.

 

The Rozana Media Foundation has trained several Syrian journalists over the last four years, under the supervision of professional journalists from several Syrian media outlets.

 

The Rozana Media Foundation established its training centre in 2014, broadcasts radio content via online digital broadcasting, as well as in Turkey via the fm frequency in Gaziantep. The Foundation also has a website and a radio studio in the French capital of Paris, as well as the Rozana application on Android and Apple.



2018-10-11 Uncategorized0

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Today we are contributing to one of our most important projects of this year: an online journalism training program launched by the American University of Beirut (AUB) and the International Media Support Organization (IMS).

 

The project targets both journalists and citizen journalists living in major conflict zones in the Middle East, namely: Syria, Yemen and Gaza, since media workers based in these areas cannot attend press conferences outside their countries due to complex security and field conditions.

 

The program will last for nine months and will cover training topics academically, in a way that enables citizen journalists in the field to enrich their experiences and that helps them boost their professional skills significantly.

 

Rozana Media Foundation will assist in the project by producing educational animations that help to clarify the content of journalistic trainings and that introduce information in a smooth and understandable way to participants.

 

The AUB program is issued in partnership with local media organizations in the three aforementioned countries, in addition to experienced professional trainers who are familiar with methods of academic journalism.

 

Rozana’s creative team has previously produced animations and motion graphic videos in partnership with media foundations and international organizations such as UNICEF, BBC Media Action and Relief International.


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