Training Courses
Azeri journalists to produce articles on diversity PDF Print

Date: 13-22 October 2009

Region/Country: Azerbaijan

Eight young Azeri journalists will participate in a production orientated training event, organised by the Media Diversity Institute in Baku between October 13-22, 2009. With help from experienced UK and local tutors, they will produce articles on diversity issues, to be placed in leading Azeri newspapers in the form of a supplement.

5-Day Religious Diversity and Anti-Discrimination Training PDF Print

Deadline: 10 October, 2009.

Region/Country: Europe


November 22-27, CEJI Office, Brussels: An award-winning programme that provides a concrete training package addressing the religious dimension of intercultural relations.

This programme welcomes all forms of belief and non-belief. Educators, human resource professionals, public authorities, community leaders and mediators - anyone looking for a way to transform differences from obstacles into opportunities.

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Workshops in Children’s Radio Programming promoting tolerance PDF Print

Deadline: 30 September 2009

Region/Country: Berlin, Germany

Radijojo, a non-commercial, not-for-profit children's internet radio station and mediator of national and global children's radio projects, is organizing a free workshop that aims to train adults in making programmes that promote tolerance among children.

The free workshop is part of the EU Grundtvig program and will be held in Berlin, from November 30 to December 4, 2009. It involves a five day course about the organization and production of radio programmes. The course will conclude with an introduction to project development ideas under the guidance of a professional consultant, experienced in European funding schemes.

Check the project section of Radijojo’s wesbsite for more information:

Reporting Diversity Workshops for Moroccan Academics PDF Print

Date: 15-19 October 2009

Region/Country: Morocco

MDI is organising two 2-day Reporting Diversity Curricula Development workshops for journalism academics in Morocco, between 15-19 October 2009. The main aim of the workshops is to introduce the central concepts that underpin the practice of critical, inclusive, and responsible journalism. The workshops will focus on a range of issues whose professional coverage is essential to the empowerment of civil society, intercultural understanding/dialogue and the strengthening of democratic values. These issues include: Ethnicity, Religion, Gender/women's issues, Age, People with Disabilities, and Human/civil rights. The workshops are supported by the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office. Following the workshops, MDI will offer support to a minimum of five academics eager to develop and teach their own Reporting Diversity modules.  For more information please contact Ms Mona El Hamdani, at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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