Arab Free Press Forum

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World Press Freedom Day in Tunis

The Arab Free Press Forum is a unique event that brings together media professionals from across the Arab world to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas, experience and best practice at every level of the news industry. As part of WAN-IFRA’s ongoing commitment to supporting the independent press in the Arab region, the Forum compliments longstanding engagements with partners from across the media industry and the freedom of expression community.
The Arab Free Press Forum is a unique event that brings together media professionals from across the Arab world to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas, experience and best practice at every level of the news industry. As part of WAN-IFRA’s ongoing commitment to supporting the independent press in the Arab region, the Forum compliments longstanding engagements with partners from across the media industry and the freedom of expression community.

In partnership with UNESCO, the Forum will ask penetrating questions about the future of Arab media from both editorial and business perspectives. Our speakers include some of the most prominent players from the regional and international media and freedom of expression communities, with a programme designed to explore the present situation and future needs of the independent Arab press.


Details

Type of Event Meeting by Member States or Institutions
Start 24.11.2013 09:00 local time
End 26.11.2013 18:00 local time
Date to be fixed 0
Focal point Radsch, Courtney
Organizer WAN-IFRA
Contact Alison Meston, WAN-IFRA (Email: alison.meston@wan-ifra.org)
Country Tunisia
City Tunis
Venue Golden Tulip Hotel
Street Golden Tulip Hotel
Room
Permanent Delegation Contact Permanente Delegation of Tunisia to UNESCO
Major Programme
Language of Event English, French, Arabic
Estimated number of participants 150
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