Journalists: BBC leads training jordanians and palestinians

Media professionals can apply until 23 October

12 October, 15:54

(ANSAmed) - BRUSSELS, OCTOBER 12 - The BBC is leading a series of workshops for those working in the media in Jordan and the occupied Palestinian territory, as part of the EU-funded Media Neighbourhood Project, in the areas of professional journalism, new media and management. Media professionals have until 23 October to apply. Workshops, according to the Enpi website (, will be led by senior journalists and highly-experienced trainers from the BBC, AFP and the other international media organisations in the consortium. The training will be practical and hands on. Those applying should select one of the three workshops available in each country and are invited to send a CV and a letter outlining their experience and suitability to by 23 October 2012. They should specify the course they are applying for. Media Neighbourhood is a three-year training programme for journalists, editors and managers from broadcast, print and online. It is funded by the European Union and has two main aims: to strengthen the professional capacity of journalists, particularly in the areas of media independence and online media; to improve the reporting of EU social, economic and political policies within the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Caucasus. (ANSAmed)

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