This brief presentation by a member of the Tunisian HAICA provides steps for obtaining a license to establish and operate community radio stations. It describes the legal framework, conditions, barriers and how nominations are opened.
This presentation supports an interactive workshop to tackle challenges faced by online journalism and the ethical responsibilities of journalists when publishing online. It details ethical standards like integrity and transparency, apologizing in case of a mistake and respecting privacy.
This guide for citizen journalists combines theory, technology and practice. It focuses on multiple aspects of citizen journalism, including definitions, historical context, and editorial and ethical standards. The guide provides details of editing techniques and content creation, as well as the editorial forms that content can take, how to broadcast and promote content, and standards for citizen journalism.
This presentation defines citizen journalism and describes the differences between citizen journalism and professional journalism. It highlights the ethical standards of news editing, including precision, equity, impartiality and objectivity, and respect for privacy. A citizen journalist’s toolbox is included, such as Powtoon, Canva, Hootsuite, Buffer, Trello, Bitly, Iconosquare, Google Alerts and Socialbakers.
This presentation engages the audience in a conversation about human rights. The focus includes citizenship values, equality, discrimination, freedom and participation. It highlights several rights, including: the right to associate and form trade unions, form political parties, freedom of speech and expression, vote and equal access to government employment. It also highlights the duties of citizenship and includes a discussion of incorporating the rights of citizens in Yemeni legislation.