The 7 winners of the Medialab Campus project

March 27, 2020

A jury composed of representatives from CFI, MCD and France 24 has selected the seven winning projects that will be set up in 2020 by schools of journalism on both sides of the Mediterranean.

They are:

- Circumcision: from Upper Egypt to Lille (France, Egypt)
Led by the British University in Egypt and the Superior School of Journalism in Lille, this project aims to produce two 13-minute long audiovisual documentaries sharing a common theme: circumcision.

- Coverage of the Conferences in Tours and Tunis (France, Tunisia, Lebanon)
Led by the Tours Public Journalism School, the Institute of Press and Information Sciences in Tunis and the Lebanese University in Beirut, this project aims to cover the International Journalism Conferences of Tours (scheduled for April 2020 and postponed until the end of September) and Tunis (November 2020) thanks to an international editorial staff composed of students from the three journalism schools involved.

- Constructive journalism: a Belgian-Moroccan project that questions citizen engagement (Belgium, Morocco)
Led by the IHECS in Brussels and ISIC in Rabat, this project aims to implement a fleeting editorial session between Belgian and Moroccan students. The journalistic exchange project will close with an immersive exhibition.

- Women in combat sports (France, Lebanon)
Led by the Lannion Institute of Technology and Lebanese American University in Beirut, this project aims to cover the World Junior Taekwondo Championship in Sofia, Bulgaria in October from a gender perspective.

- Media & Democracy 2020 (France, Tunisia)
Led by the Institute of Press and Information Sciences in Tunis and the Bordeaux Aquitaine Journalism Institute, this project aims to provide training to African journalists through a combination of theoretical lessons in Tunis and practical immersion in French report writing at the Sud-Ouest, La République des Pyrénées and La Charente libre newspapers.

- Security training in hostile terrain (France, Tunisia)
Led by the Institute of Press and Information Sciences in Tunis and the Lannion Institute of Technology, this project aims to train students in security on hostile terrain and to make trainers aware of the importance of this issue.

- Training of Iraqi students in investigative journalism in Germany (Germany, Iraq)
Led by the MICT in Berlin and the University of Mosul, this project aims to train Iraqi students in investigative journalism in Berlin. Exchanges with German students are also on the agenda.