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Brochure 2016

CFI is committed to developing the media in Africa, the Arab world and South-East Asia. The French media development agency first of all identifies and analyses what is required, and then works tirelessly alongside media organisations and the professionals who run them, together with members of civil society, all of whom are fighting for inclusive and democratic news in their country.

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2016 4M Paris Meetings

200 online media representatives from 38 countries brought together in Paris: 20 & 21 April 2016.
In Syria, Syria Untold, an independent digital media project, explores a 'new narrative' of the daily struggle of the Syrian people and their diverse forms of resistance, which men and women are writing day by day.
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Innovate Africa

Over a five-month period in 2015, some 2,800 people took part in the two learning segments making up the Innovate Africa Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) (one for Journalists, the other for Web Developers), with a pass rate of 10%.
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Syrian radio stations share their experiences

On 21 and 22 July 2015, 13 Syrian alternative radio stations and 9 radio stations from Arab countries in the region gathered in Gaziantep (Turkey) to take part in a joint reflective process and share editorial practices between radio stations operating in conflict or post-conflict situations or in difficult transitions.
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The study on the new Syrian press by Soazig Dollet for CFI (September 2015)

On 21 and 22 July 2015, 13 Syrian alternative radio stations and 9 radio stations from Arab countries in the region gathered in Gaziantep (Turkey) to take part in a joint reflective process and share editorial practices between radio stations operating in conflict or post-conflict situations or in difficult transitions.
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CFI Annual report 2014

CFI Annual report 2014

A few weeks on from the attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo, the challenges that have stirred our country since 7 January must also be faced, perhaps first and foremost, by the regions of the South where CFI works throughout the year to create a strong fabric of professional and democratic media.
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Online media overview

This document is an abridged version of a wide-ranging survey conducted between July 2014 and January 2015, which attempts to provide an overall view of the complex, ever-changing and fluid landscape of the online media in the Arab world: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia and Syria.
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DTT: a practical guide to the digital switchover in Africa

The switchover to digital terrestrial television (DTT) in sub-Saharan Africa should be completed within just over two years, by 17 June 2015 at the latest, according to joint recommendations by the UIT (International Telecommunications Union) and the UAT (African Telecommunications Union).
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