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Les activités en communication et information

Contenu créatif : radio, télé, nouveaux médias

Soutien à la créativité et à l'innovation dans la production des contenus locaux pour la radio, la télévision et les nouveaux médias

Training Courses for Macedonian Information Agency

UNESCO organized several cycles of training courses for the current and future correspondents of the Macedonian Information Agency. (2002)
The project included training focused on the introduction of basic journalism practices for MIA’s future and current correspondents, who also work for the local media. There was a special focus on the journalist’s role in times of crises, especially in conflict situations like that of Macedonia in 2001.

The main goal of this project was to improve professionalism of the MIA correspondents, including avoidance of manipulation. Different issues were also covered such as journalistic practices, non-partisan information coverage, objectivity, ethics and professional conduct particularly during social crisis, conflict and war and promoting social participation of local communities.

Some one hundred MIA professionals benefited from these training courses.

Principale organisation dirigeante UNESCO Programme for Creative Content
Prénom du contact Rosa Maria
Nom du contact Gonzalez
Courriel du contact r.gonzalez@unesco.org
Organisations connexes Macedonian Information Agency (MIA)