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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…

COPEAM FOR THE 2017 MEDITERRANEAN JOURNALIST AWARD


Brussels, 6 December 2017

On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Mediterranean Journalist Awards, COPEAM has renewed its partnership with the Anna Lindh Foundation being part – as it was in the past editions – of the international Jury in charge of the selection of the works in competition.

The preselected journalists were invited to the awarding ceremony, which took place in Brussels, at…

2nd edition of the workshop “Media in favour of female entrepreneurs” #tunisia


Tunis, 6-9 November 2017

The training/production workshop for journalists on the topic “Media in favour of female entrepreneurs” took place in Tunis from 6 to 9 November 2017. Organized by COPEAM with the support of UNESCO* and in collaboration with the Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU), it was addressed to a group of journalists from the Tunisian public radio and television and the web press.

The…

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Creation of a COPEAM transnational newsroom to cover the COP23


Bonn, 14-17 November 2017

In the framework of the world conference on climate change – COP23 – in Bonn, COPEAM, with the support of the European Investment Bank (EIB), has involved a group of journalists from South-Mediterranean Balkans’ radio and TV broadcasters in a transnational newsroom aimed at covering the event through the realisation of interviews to the attending personalities and of information products related to climate change…

Creation of a COPEAM transnational newsroom to cover the COP23

COPEAM initiatives to promote gender equality and audiovisual cooperation in Tunis


COPEAM (Permanent Conference of the Mediterranean Audiovisual Operators) has chosen Tunis for a large range of initiatives intended to promote gender equality the audiovisual cooperation in the South-Mediterranean shore.

In synergy with the Film Festival of Carthage, one of the main cinema events of the Southern side, the SouthMed WiA project – co-funded by the EU (MedFilm Regional Programme) and aimed at promoting gender equality and women presence…

COPEAM initiatives to promote gender equality and audiovisual cooperation in Tunis

SouthMed WiA project: first field activity


In synergy with the Film Festival of Carthage, one of the main cinema events in the Southern Mediterranean side,  the SouthMed WiA project – co-funded by the EU (MedFilm Regional Programme) and aimed at promoting gender equality and women presence in the South-Med countries’ audiovisual sector – has organised its first field activities in Tunis, from 6 to 9 November.

The young beneficiaries of the sub-grants that were…

SouthMed WiA project: first field activity

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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…

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…

2017 Public Broadcasters International Conference