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To develop, in radio stations, local news and the production of interactive programmes presented by young professionals for listeners aged between 15 and 25
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Starved of information that was not controlled by the authorities and long deprived of freedom of expression, in the wake of the Arab Spring young people are finding their voices through the media. Interacting online and through social networks, young people are also taking an interest in traditional radio. Educated, committed and determined, they nonetheless find it difficult to report on and grasp issues of democracy.
In this context, the Shabab Up! Radio project is supporting the professional development of radio stations, a medium which is recognised as an effective means of reaching the masses and relaying messages from civil society.
The project aims to promote the participation of young people in radio programmes, supporting them in the development of interactive content for the 15-25 age bracket.
“The Shabab Up! project has put us on the path to journalism and helped us better understand our listeners. We have learned a lot from the various training initiatives, enabling us to double our audience in one year.”
1.Shabab up Radios: Analysis of the radio situation in the region
Three studies on the radio sector in the region have been completed in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.
These in-depth reports are shared with beneficiaries at a seminar held in Tunis.
Putting the Maghreb’s colleges of journalism to the test
June 26, 2014
CFI has just launched a study with a number of Moroccan and Tunisian media organisations, asking them about their expectations in the following terms:
What do you expect today of a higher college of journalism?
Shabab up! – Marseilles to play host to new generation of Algerian, Moroccan and Tunisian media representatives on 11–12 June
June 9, 2015
At the conclusion of two years of support provided to seven radio stations and two higher education institutes in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia, the
Shabab* up! project – financed by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development (MAEDI) and run by CFI – will bring together around 60 participants for a final session on 11–12 June 2015 at the Villa Méditerranée conference centre in Marseilles.