This training manual for media professionals focuses on the relationship between the press and conflicts. It focuses on how journalism and conflict coverage contribute to maintaining security, non-escalation and resolving kidnappings. Part one includes five chapters on skills related to media in conflict and negotiation. Part two has four chapters on how media professionals behave in conflict situations.
This curriculum guide includes four modules: citizenship, critical thinking, advocacy and media messaging, and digital advocacy. A training-of-trainers agenda is included for a four-day workshop, along with detailed module descriptions, activities, applied learning and debrief notes.
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.
This overview for mental health professionals on working with transgender persons includes information on good practices, gender dysphoria, and tasks related to assessment and referral. It provides recommendations to raise awareness, help mental healthcare providers, and assist in providing effective treatment and care.
This short brochure provides basic information for understanding how individual start transitioning. This includes a focus on mental health, psychological follow-up, and being identified as having gender dysphoria. It highlights laws in Lebanon.
This short brochure provides basic information for understanding what people mean when they say they are transitioning. It explains that transitioning can take place on severallevels: social, physical and legal.
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.
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.
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.