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Media projects funded by MEPI focus on youth media, local engagement, election reporting and strengthening public outreach.  



Cloud Services
Published: 2012

Organization: International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
Project: Social Media | Social Action for Good Governance


This guide provides an overview of cloud services, resources and services on multiple servers that are connected to the Internet and enable users to access systems regardless of their location and device.


Google Analytics
Published: 2012

Organization: International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
Project: Social Media | Social Action for Good Governance


This file provides an overview of Google Analytics, a free service that generates detailed statistics about how visitors use a website - unique visitors, new and returning visitors, bounce rate, time on site, etc.


Module 2: Basic Media Training
Published: 2011

Organization: Soliya
Project: Terana: Strengthening Leaders: Equipping Organizations and Enabling Public Discourse


This resource provides an outline for a four-week online training session that aimed to enable fellows to learn how to choose characters, conduct and film interviews and select soundbites, with dual goals of respecting the interviewees and exposing viewers to alternative perspectives. It includes learning components and a weekly breakdown of discussion points, activities and assignments. It is one of four modules in the series.


Module 4: Social Media Engagement Module
Published: 2011

Organization: Soliya
Project: Terana: Strengthening Leaders: Equipping Organizations and Enabling Public Discourse


This resource provides an outline for a four-week online training session that aimed to introduce social media, creation of a social media strategy and constructive online dialogue. It includes learning components and a weekly breakdown of discussion points, activities and assignments. It is one of four modules in the series.


Module 3: Outreach Training
Published: 2011

Organization: Soliya
Project: Terana: Strengthening Leaders: Equipping Organizations and Enabling Public Discourse


This resource provides an outline for a three-week online training session that aimed to enable fellows to learn how to build a constituency, outreach to people outside of their circles and build a long-term engagement plan. It includes learning components and a weekly breakdown of discussion points, activities and assignments. It is one of four modules in the series.


Tunisia: A Free Press Prepares for Elections
Published: 2013

Organization: Institute for War & Peace Reporting (IWPR)
Project: Tunisia Youth Media Network


This handbook, in French, is a practical guide for journalists reporting on elections in Tunisia. It emphasizes the importance of impartial reporting, fact-checking and reliable sourcing.


Libya: Reporting for a Better Future
Published: 2013

Organization: Institute for War & Peace Reporting (IWPR)
Project: Libya Elections Reporting Network


This handbook, in Arabic, is a practical guide for journalists reporting on elections in Libya. It emphasizes the importance of impartial reporting, fact-checking and reliable sourcing.


Digital Security for the Arab World
Published: 2013

Organization: Institute for War & Peace Reporting (IWPR)


This magazine on digital security  reviews online censorship and security vulnerabilities in social networking sites in the Arab World. It also provides detailed information about ways to protect your privacy online, securing smartphone and ensuring mobile phones safety.


Strengthening Women Parliamentarian's Skills in Televised Appearances
Published: 2013

Organization: Daem For Media
Project: Strengthening Women Parliamentarians Media Skills


This manual focuses on the importance of television as an outreach tool and describes how to effectively participate in televised interviews. Practical instructions and tips are provided for three scenarios: participating in a talk show, appearing within a news report to discuss a particular event, and appearing to present a specific opinion on the subject of debate within a news program.


Strengthening Women Parliamentarian's Social Media Skills
Published: 2014

Organization: Daem For Media
Project: Strengthening Women Parliamentarians Media Skills


This training manual provides general information about the social networking sites Facebook and Twitter and includes instructions for creating accounts. It also provides an overview of tools and features for new users and highlights tips for public figures.


Peace Journalism
Published: 2015

Organization: Lebanese Center for Active Citizenship
Project: YouthTube for Peace


This presentation focuses on the media’s role and responsibility in covering conflict. It explores the definition of conflict, distinguishes between conflict and combat, and discusses characteristics of conflict related to the media. It also highlights media covering sensitive conflicts and the responsibility of print publications and onscreen programs. Additional material includes examples of news on social media sites and the importance of objectivity versus bias in news reporting.

So What Do You Mean by Trans?
Published: 2016-06-24

Organization: Arab Foundation for Freedoms and Equality (AFE)
Project: Transpowerment


This short brochure provides basic information for understanding what people mean when they say they are trans, highlighting the meanings behind sex, gender and gender roles. It also explains that transphobia refers to hostile behavior against individuals who identify as trans.

Irex   i grow critical thinking kuwait dec 2015
This IREX training for the “n-mu” (I grow) program focused on critical thinking and youth community engagement in Kuwait, December 2015. This was part of MEPI’s Regional Assistance Program (RAP). IREX

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