The International Storytelling Program, with students from Nepal, Bangladesh and Norway, met again online on March 22 for a week long digital editing workshop.
Journalists from Morocco, Algeria, Libya and Tunisia logged in to attend a eight month course in access to information 8 April.
Under the headline Supporting the Right to Information and Investigative Journalism while Fighting COVID-19 in the Maghreb the training was organized by Article 19 MENA.
A digital safety training was organized in Libya 18 March.
20 participants came from the Libyan Academy for Graduate Studies at Alzzaytuna University and the Libyan Center for Freedom of Press (LCFP)
JMIC organized a digital safety training at Anbar University in western Iraq with 32 participants 24 February.
By: Yanni Roxas
In commemoration of the International Women’s 2021, the International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) together with the Journalism and Media International Center (JMIC) Oslo organized and hosted a webinar themed: Marginalization and stereotypes: How to build gender awareness among journalism educators.
OsloMet has signed a letter of intent with Kabul University in Afghanistan on cooperation in research and education.
On February 2, Rector Curt Rice and Afghan Ambassador Youssof Ghafoorzai signed a Memorandum of Understanding between OsloMet and Kabul University. The Rector of Kabul University was also present online.
Students from OsloMet, photo.circle in Kathmandu and Pathshala in Dhaka have kicked-off the International Storytelling Program with a week-long workshop with Malaysian photographer Ian Teh (www.ianteh.com).
On the International Women’s Day 8 March 2021, International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) and JMIC will launch a special issue of the Journalism Education journal, addressing how to build gender awareness among journalism educators, challenging marginalization and stereotypes.
The digital event is to take place at 8 am in New York, 1 pm in London, 2 pm. in Oslo/Berlin, 630 pm in New Delhi and 9 pm in Manila.
A globally composed panel will address experiences on how to mainstream gender perspectives in journalism education with speakers from India, Nepal, Uganda, United Kingdom and Norway.
Tipping Point was shown yesterday at the international photo festival Chobi Mela in Bangladesh, called the most significant photographic event in Asia.