Media, Citizens and Intercultural communication live streamed
Fostering more professional, inclusive, and culturally and conflict sensitive media was the topic discussed during the round table “Media, Citizens and Intercultural communication” held on 20 December 2010 in the EU Info Center, Skopje, organized by the School of Journalism and Public Relations. The video lived streaming has a duration of approximately 52 minutes and is powered by Internet Television Makedonija24.
Among the interveners : Zaneta Trajkoska, Director of the School of Journalism and Public Relations, Diedre Boyd, UN resident coordinator, Heinz Bongartz, Fridriech Ebert Stiftung, Ljubomir Jakimovski, associate professor at the Faculty of Law, Sefer Tahiri, professor University South East Europe, MA, Marina Tuneva, lecturer at the School of Journalism and Public Relations, Emilija Petreska Kamenjarova, lecturer at the School of Journalism and Public Relations, Muhamed Zekiri, Editor in Chief „Аlsat М“, Jasna Frangovska, Deputy Editor in Chief daily „Nova Makedonija“. Discussions focused on UN priorities for strengthening the intercultural dialogue, Fridriech Ebert Stiftung commitments for strengthening the role of media in the democratic society, the importance of intercultural communication and the role of media in the reporting of diversity, citizens journalism and intercultural Communication, and positive experiences in reporting diversity.
This project is implemented in cooperation with the UNESCO Venice Office, in the framework of the Joint UN Programme "Enhancing Inter-ethnic Community Dialogue and Collaboration" sponsored by the MDG-F fund of the Spanish Government.
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