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Formation d'animatrices et de journalistes radio
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Formation d'animatrices et de journalistes radio

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UNESCO supported the Haitian women' s media association REFRAKA in organizing training for women journalists from different regions of the country.The three-day workshop focused on the production of reports and shows, interviewing techniques and editing. UNESCO believes that increasing the capacity of women journalists can have a positive impact on the gender situation in Haiti.

sur ce thème: UNESCO supports training for women journalists in Haiti

Lieu/Pays: Haiti
Type: Documentary
Auteur/Personalités: Eddy Nohile, director.
Production: Refraka, producer. UNESCO Port-au-Prince, co-producer.
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Rights/Droits: UNESCO; Eddy Nohile

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