In co-operation with partner Nai supporting open media in Afghanistan, JMIC at OsloMet started a course in peace journalism for Afghan journalists/editors. We also cooperate with the Faculty of Journalism and Commuication at Kabul University.
Nathalie Hyde-Clarke is the new leader of Department of journalism and media studies at the Faculty of social sciences at OsloMet.
She is originally from South Africa, but has lived in Finland the last six years, where she was Head of the Department of Culture and Media at Arcada University of Applied Sciences. She was also a Docent in Media and Communication at the University of Helsinki.
She started in her new job in Oslo 1 August, and headed her first staff meeting this week on zoom.
Teacher of photojournalism Ellen Lande Gossner used recent examples from international cooperation when she spoke about her experiences of teaching during the coronacrisis.
ARTICLE 19 MENA (Middle East and North Africa) and Journalism & International Media Center (JMIC) organized the webinar “ COVID 19 and the challenges to journalism and ATI in the Maghreb region” 21 July.