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Training: citizen journalists

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Training: citizen journalists

Over one hundred Syrian citizen journalists attended intensive workshops run by Sharq in Lebanon and Turkey in 2012 and 2013. The workshop curriculum included the skills and principles of print and audiovisual journalism, including story formation and interview techniques, as well as digital security.

In subsequent years, Sharq has run projects to support professional teams of Syrian journalists working in Syria, Turkey and Europe in the production of reports for online and print publication. With a view to effecting long-term social change in Syria by strengthening critical thinking and discursive engagement, the goal of the training and mentorship program has been to enable the development of a strong professional cadre into a vehicle for social change.

Among the series of articles produced was one about the many impacts of war in Syria, produced with journalists at the Syrian newspaper al-Gherbal, and one about extremism in Syria and Europe, produced in partnership with Syrian organisation Sound & Picture.

 

 

Sharq

Sharq is a non-profit organisation registered in the UK and Lebanon and working across the Arab World to promote and strengthen pluralism and independent thought through interventions in media development and production, oral history, community building and cultural practice.