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“SustainAbility – Stories of Changemakers”: the new edition of Inter-Rives TV documentary coproduction


COPEAM and ASBU launched the new edition of Inter-Rives TV documentary coproduction: “SustainAbility – Stories of Changemakers”.

The call for participation was launched to COPEAM and ASBU television members. 12 public televisions from the North and the South of the Mediterranean joined the project.

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According to the United Nations’ “Agenda 2030” and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the idea of sustainability doesn’t refer only to environmental issues, but it deals with a balanced connection of economic, social and environmental aspects of human society on the long term. It addresses key-global challenges…

Discovering the Mediterranean young filmmakers: “A première vue”


“A première vue” project, devoted to the best students’ works produced by ALBA/Beirut, ESAC/Tunis and ESAV/Marrakech cinema schools, and promoted by COPEAM and Uninettuno, continues its public projections.

In the framework of the 2020 Prix Italia festival, organised by RAI, a selection of fiction and animation short films was screened on the 25 September, at the MAXXI Museum in Rome and in streaming.

With the view to further reinforce this project, a development plan of APV was presented during COPEAM Training Commission (8 October), aiming to: reward excellence with a TV5MONDE/COPEAM Prize; apply a…

Participative training on Gender Equality in the Media


COPEAM is developing a new training activity – funded by the Council of Europe – in collaboration with the North-South Centre, with the aim of covering the topic of sexist stereotypes and gender equality in the Media in both Europe and South-Mediterranean countries.

In light of the current global health context, which is limiting movements and international travels, the training will be structured as follows:

  • an online module involving 30 journalists, students and organizations from civil society;
  • a 3-day in-person workshop organized in the framework of the MedUni in Tunis and involving…

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COPEAM and the EIB again together in reporting climate change: new training launch


10 December 2020

The international e-learning course “Reporting Climate Change”, promoted by COPEAM thanks to the support of the European Investment Bank, has been launched on the web platform of the International Telematic University Uninettuno, partner of the project.

The course is aimed at providing a basic knowledge about climate change from several points of view (scientific, institutional, economic, political, etc.) and at analysing the most effective ways of reporting this topic, which is considered as one of the most crucial issues of our times.

Over 30 journalists from 13 Balkans and MENA countries…

COPEAM and the EIB again together in reporting climate change: new training launch

Winners of the 2020 Kantara prize for photography


The team of the radio magazine Kantara – قنطرة and its partners organized the 2nd edition of the Kantara Prize for Photography from the 1st July to the 31st August 2020, through an international call for participation on social networks and in the specialised press.

Dedicated to the promotion of the Mediterranean heritage, this year with the theme of the “rivers of the Mediterranean”, this competition was free and open to Kantara’s listeners as well as to all amateur and professional photographers aged over 18.

The best photos devoted to the theme chosen…

Winners of the 2020 Kantara prize for photography

Kantara and Mediterradio: your weekly radio appointments


Despite the general health situation, the two weekly radio co-productions carried out under the aegis of COPEAM confirm their exceptional longevity and their anchorage in the Mediterranean media landscape: the start of the 2020 season coincides with the beginning of the 22nd year of Kantara and already the 9th of Mediterradio.

Kantara, the weekly magazine in French language co-produced by 7 Mediterranean public radios, proposes every week reports and/or guests from both shores of the Mediterranean dealing with social, current affairs and regional cultural issues, with the mission to strengthen bridges between the peoples of our…

Kantara and Mediterradio: your weekly radio appointments

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“Recipes for Change” – IFAD


Telling the challenge that small farmers in developing countries face every day due to climate change and global warming is the goal of “Recipes for Change”, the series of short documentaries produced by IFAD, the United Nations’ agency that works at the forefront to help local farmers adapt to the impacts of climate change and preserve their culinary traditions. Every week The Map Report hosts a documentary featuring internationally renowned chefs. The chefs converse with farmers in remote areas of the planet and prepare dishes based on native foods that are at risk of extinction due to climate…

“Recipes for Change” – IFAD

TAL announces the official opening of its 2020 Competition


The TAL Network recognizes and celebrates the work of Latin American broadcasters with what has become the most important and prestigious award for public televisions in this part of the world: TAL 2020 Awards. 2020 is not an easy year: the Covid-19 pandemic has changed our lives completely; we have had to work under other parameters, facing – among others – the great challenges of home-schooling and giving accurate information to our public.

As public service media, we have responded with new programming and useful contents, thus becoming a trustful alternative for education, entertainment and proximity to our audience. This…

TAL announces the official opening of its 2020 Competition

Mostra de València announces the first films in competition


Mostra de València is starting to shape its official competition section. The festival, which will take place in Valencia, Spain, from October 22 to November 1, is strengthening its commitment to tracking down the best cinema produced in the Mediterranean. A selection of high-level films will be featured, addressing a wide variety of topics from countries in Europe and beyond, such as “Zana” (Kosovo), the debut feature by Antoneta Kastratibut, “Mosquito” (Portugal), by director João Nuno Pinto, “La Viajante”, the debut film by the Canarian filmmaker Miguel A. Mejías.

The selection’s diversity is revealed with a strong Arab presence, one…

Mostra de València announces the first films in competition