AGEMI is an EU-funded project which aims to advance gender equality in the media by sharing good practices, developing meaningful training activities and fostering relationships between journalism/media students and professionals, thus bridging the transition from education to employment.
The project team is currently designing an openly accessible resources bank of existing good practices from around the world for media industries and other stakeholders willing to implement initiatives in their own organizations to favour a cultural change.
Best practices can be monitoring, transnational networking, internal media policies, researches, guidelines or codes of ethics and address a number…
Generation What? is the largest cross-media programme ever made, aiming at putting the millennial generation under the spotlights so as to achieve its portrait worldwide. Thanks to the financing of the European Union, Generation What? will be putting the youth of 8 South Mediterranean countries at the centre of the debate for the next 6 months.
The project will be launched on March 14th in Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia. It will be launched on April 11th in Egypt, Libya, and Palestine.
Each participating country has its own website. The…
La SNRT remporte le premier prix de la meilleure innovation digitale avec son service SNRT LIVE, attribué dans le cadre des MOROCCAN DIGITAL AWARDS organisés par l’AFRICAN DIGITAL SUMMIT 2018
L’AFRICAN DIGITAL SUMMIT est un grand événement annuel organisé par le Groupement des Annonceurs du Maroc (GAM). Il regroupe chaque année les professionnels du marketing et du digital d’Afrique et des autres continents.
L’AFRICAN DIGITAL SUMMIT a organisé sa 4ème édition le 22 et 23 Février 2018. Plus de 1600 participants et professionnels du digital ont pu bénéficier des interventions d’une quarantaine de speakers de haut…
Deadline for Submissions: 14 February
The 22nd edition of the festival “Cartoons on the Bay”, organized by RAI, will be held in Turin from 12th to 14th April, 2018.
The Festival aims at supporting and providing an overview of the evolution and new trends in the media and entertainment sector for children and young people.
The programme includes film previews, retrospectives, shows and public projections open to everyone.