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To contribute to the development of independent press in the Arab world.
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Managed by Orient XXI and co-financed by CFI and the AFD (French Development Agency), this project encourages the development of independent news sites in the Arab world. It is helping to consolidate a media network, through the publication of common investigations (economic journalism, journalism and migration, journalism and Arab languages, etc.) and secondments between the teams to promote the sharing of skills.
The Mediterranean Independent Media project is structured based on trainer training, design support sessions and the performance of training in the field, together with meetings that make it possible to create synergies between the media professionals of projects managed by CFI and the editors-in-chief of the media operators benefiting from the project.
The editors-in-chief and media teams from Mashallah News (Lebanon), Assafir Arabi (Lebanon), MadaMasr (Egypt), 7iber (Jordan), Nawat (Tunisia) and Al-Jumhuriya (Syria).
1.Trainer training to improve their educational skills
Organisation of two trainer training sessions on Web journalism and storytelling.
2.Design support sessions and performance of training
Support for the performance of the three in situ training sessions.
3.Creation of synergies between project managers and editors-in-chief of the beneficiary media operators
Co-organisation of two capitalisation meetings with other CFI beneficiaries, in particular those from the D-Jil project (Innovating and creating digital content for young people in nine countries of the Arab world).