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25 Février 2024 Il y a 3 months

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Régions concernées par cette opportunité: Tunisie

About Tawasol

Tawasol is a 24-month program which aims to create a more inclusive Tunisian society for marginalized racial and ethnic communities and underrepresented and vulnerable groups by countering discrimination and promoting greater diversity in media coverage.  This will be accomplished through three key objectives: 

1) Counter mis- and disinformation as well as negative rhetoric targeting marginalized racial and ethnic communities, as well as refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants;

2) Strengthen the capacity of independent media outlets to investigate and develop fact-based, quality reporting on rights issues impacting marginalized racial and ethnic communities and underrepresented groups; and,

3) Support content development and community-based journalism by underrepresented and vulnerable communities on rights-related issues of community concern.

About INTERNEWS 

Internews is an international nonprofit operating in 100 countries. At Internews, we believe everyone deserves trustworthy news and information to make informed decisions about their lives and hold power to account. We train journalists and digital rights activists, tackle disinformation, and offer business expertise to help media outlets become financially sustainable. For more information about the organization please visit: www.internews.com.

About the Bootcamp

Under Tawasol’s objective 2, Internews will conduct a tailored capacity building bootcamp that will focus on the skills needed by independent media outlets to raise public awareness and advocate for fact-based, high-quality reporting on issues affecting marginalized racial and ethnic communities and underrepresented groups, especially black Tunisians and Sub-Saharan migrants. Fact-checking, reporting on rights issues affecting marginalized communities, gender-sensitive reporting, and avoiding stereotypes will be among the topics covered. 

 

The bootcamp will be an intensive, customized, 4-day capacity building activity for fact-based, quality reporting on rights issues impacting the target communities, as well as provide participants with ongoing mentorship. Media outlets will be invited to participate, and each media outlet will design a new media content production (reports, radio, public debates, etc.) related to marginalized communities. At the end of the bootcamp, participants will pitch their ideas. Grants will be awarded to up to 8 selected ideas. 5 bootcamps are projected to be held, and they will take place in Greater Tunis, Sfax, and the southern regions of Tunisia.

 

About the participants: 

This bootcamp is for independent media outlets and journalists who are passionate about promoting diversity, countering misinformation, and advocating for fact-based reporting on marginalized communities, especially black Tunisians and Sub-Saharan migrants. We also encourage applications from individuals committed to creating positive change through media.

5 training bootcamps will be held, in the following places and dates:
Tunis : 18-21 April 2024
Medenine : 2-5 May 2024
Sfax: 16-19 May 2024
Tataouine : 27-30 June 2024
Tunis : 16-19 July 2024

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