Tajikistan Media Forum

11 August 2022

UNESCO Almaty participated in the Journalism Education Session within the Mediaforum organized by OSCE Tajikistan and media stakeholders.

Participants are Deans and Heads of Journalism Faculty, Chairpersons of the Departments, and Senior Lecturers of National Universities from Bokhtar, Khujand, Kulyab, as well as Tajik National University, Russian-Tajik Slavonic University, Tajik State Institute of Art of Tajikistan; Director, Chairpersons from Media NGOs: Khoma, Union of Journalists of Tajikistan, Tajik Media Council, and Internews, as well as journalists and editors from Asia Plus, Factcheck.tj, State TV Channel, Ministries Heads of the Departments: MFA, Ministry of Education; and an International organizations: OSCE, UNESCO, Deutsche Welle Akademie.

Media Forum slideshow

Opening of the forum by the OSCE Office in Dushanbe
Moderator Shakhlo Akobirova, Media NGO Khoma
Forum participants, Photo by Lutfiya Odinayeva, OSCE Tajikistan
Participants photo by Lutfiya Odinayeva, OSCE Tajikistan
Dainius Radzevichius, Chair of Journalism Union of Lithuania - forum speaker
Sergey Karpov, Communication and Information Specialist, UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office for Tajikistan - speaker
UNESCO Almaty presented the vision and strategy of the Communication and Information Programme outcomes expected on media policies, media pluralism, and quality and gender-responsive journalism training in Tajikistan, as well as projects, platforms, MOOCs and Programme Basis Resources, translated in the past, including new planned translations of the UNESCO handbooks for journalism educators on Reporting on migrants and refugees and Conflict-Sensitive Reporting.

The theme of the upcoming International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI) 2022 was announced to participants with new MOOCs on Access to Information laws and policies.

Permanent link: http://en.unesco.kz/tajikistan-media-forum