“Inclusive Media: Rethinking Journalism Conditions for Women Across the Middle East” was a five-day training for 20 female journalists from Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, hosted in Amman, Jordan. The training took place from August 1- 5 2016.
“Inclusive Media” was a cooperation between the Middle East and North Africa Committee (menac) of the European Youth Press (EYP) and Daem for Media. It is funded by the International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF), the Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany, ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) and pedagogically supported by the Syrian Female Journalist Network (SFJN).
In the training, participants will get the chance to share experience on risk and gender, challenges in their work-life and for women in media across borders. Experts and female journalists gathered to help a new young generation of female journalists prepare themselves for situations of sexual harassment, stereotypes and working in the field.
Journalism and Trauma in Cooperation with Dart Center Europe, Berlin April 2016
“Rethinking Journalism” is a seven-day training session on peace journalism and conflict reporting that brought together 32 young journalists and media makers from Europe, the Middle East and North Africa in Berlin, Germany from 14 to 21 September, 2014. The project was organised by the European Youth Press in cooperation with Youthpress Germany, FEJS Latvija, Youthpress Austria, Media Association for Peace Lebanon, AJMEC Tunisia and ONAuBiH Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The objective of Minority Voices was to raise the critical thinking skills of participants and to provide them with the tools necessary to assess information impartially, thoroughly, and above all, rationally. The study session was a common project by MENAC – the Middle East and North Africa committee of the European Youth Press, Concordia International and the Minority Rights Group Europe in cooperation with the Youth Department of the Council of Europe.