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Generation What – Arabic


Funded by the European Commission and developed by EBU (leading partner), ASBU and COPEAM, together with the French production companies Upian and Yami 2, this project builds on the success obtained by the European version of this initiative and is based on an online survey soon available, in its adapted version, in the Arab countries target of the action, with the aim of exploring the expectations, hopes and fears of people aged between 18 and 34.      

The enquiry will be enriched by video content produced by the…

World Radio Day 2017: RADIO IS YOU


The 2017 edition of the World Radio Day was announced. As a member of the organizing committee, COPEAM joins UNESCO in inviting all member radios to take part, next 13 February, to this global event and to celebrate radio and its impact on our lives.

In fact, radio remains the most dynamic, reactive and engaging medium. It informs and accompany us in our daily life, through news, entertainment or interaction with the audience.

Thus, the 2017 topic will focus on the participation and engagement…

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AGEMI – Advancing Gender Equality in Media Industries


A multidisciplinary European consortium was awarded a grant by the European Commission’s General Directorate for Justice and Consumers to develop an action intended to advance gender equality in the media industries. The project will bring journalism and communication students together with media professionals so as to foster a gender equality perspective within both journalism and media education and professional practices, and to bridge the transition between education and employment. The project team will design a web platform which will become the go-to resource for individuals and organisations interested in…

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SouthMed-Wia: evaluation results of the1st call for proposals


The EU funded project SouthMed-Wia has just announced the winning projects submitted in the framework of its 1st call proposals.

Among the 69 applications received within the deadline, the evaluation committee has awarded the following 4 projects:

  • Rewriting the Story about violence against women, coordinated by HarassMap, Egypt
  • Femmes: Paroles et Cinéma, coordinated by Cinémathèque de Tanger, Morocco
  • Breaking taboos and changing the image of women in audiovisual sector in the Arab Region, coordinated by Muntada – The Arab Forum for Education, Sexuality and Reproductive…

SouthMed-Wia: evaluation results of the1st call for proposals

SouthMed WiA project launches the 1st Call for Proposals to support greater gender equality in the Southern Mediterranean Audiovisual Sector


SouthMed WiA, a project funded by the European Union in the framework of the regional programme MedFilm, launches its 1st Call for Proposals. The objective of this call is to support projects addressing weaknesses and issues related to gender equality and the under-representation of women in the audiovisual sector in seven Southern Mediterranean countries: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia.

The present call includes the following lots: research activities; training; awareness raising and advocacy. The indicative amount available for the 3 lots is EUR 340.000. Any grant…

SouthMed WiA project launches the 1st Call for Proposals to support greater gender equality in the Southern Mediterranean Audiovisual Sector

Migration needs better reporting: new media competition awards 35 journalists


Valletta, 14 June 2017

The first edition of the Migration Media Award – an EU-funded journalism competition of which COPEAM is an associated partner – will reward 35 journalists from 16 countries for their journalistic excellence in reporting on migration in the Euro-Mediterranean region. The winning entries feature fact-based and impartial reporting on the complexity of migration, its many challenges and opportunities.

An international jury, composed of reputable senior journalists, evaluated over 120 applications – in English, French or Arabic – for the four categories of video, print, online and radio….

Migration needs better reporting: new media competition awards 35 journalists

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A “giant message” to reduce extreme poverty


Growth from agriculture can be 11 times more effective at reducing extreme poverty than growth in any other sector: with this powerful message carved by farmers in the very soil of Zambia, the IFAD – UN international financial institution specialized in food and agriculture – launches a global campaign aimed at raising awareness about the importance of long-term agricultural development to reduce poverty, build local economies, slow migration and feed the world’s growing population.

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A “giant message” to reduce extreme poverty

The new Egyptian National Media Authority


The Egyptian Radio and Television Union (ERTU) has become the National Media Authority.
COPEAM wishes to warmly welcome Mr. Hussein Zein as the new Head of the Organization and Mr. Amgad Baleigh as the new Secretary General.

The new Egyptian National Media Authority

2017 Public Broadcasters International Conference


Sinaia, 12-13 September

Radio Romania will host the 2017 Public Broadcasters International Conference (PBI) to be held on 12 and 13 September in Sinaia. 

This conference edition will offer to public service broadcasting executives from around the world an opportunity to meet and discuss about media development, to share experiences and ideas on how best to deal with challenges unique to the sector.

Registrations are open, sign-up at the following link https://pbi2017.srr.ro

For details about the conference programme and other information on the event, please visit the website…

2017 Public Broadcasters International Conference