28 September 2018
From 27 to 28 September 2018 UNESCO Almaty will organizing the meeting in Dushanbe of journalism universities and the training centers of the Republic of Tajikistan.Meeting will be devoted to the 28 September 2018 - International Day for Universal Access to Information (IDUAI) - 2018. IDUAI has particular relevance for the new 2030 Development Agenda, and in particular with Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target 16.10 which calls for ensuring public access to information and protection of fundamental freedoms.
As the result the participants of the meeting will be aware of
- Practical application of international standards in journalism teaching and training, specifically the UNESCO model curricula for journalism education
- Importance of Access to Information for sustainable development
- World Trends in Freedom of Expression and Media Development (WTR)
- Journalists and teachers have benefited from gender-sensitive campaign and capacity-building activities
Above and two other resource materials in Russian will be available in electronic form
- Model curricula for journalism education: a compendium of new syllabi
- Teaching journalism for sustainable development: new syllabi
- Journalism, Fake New and Disinformation: Model course for Journalism Educators and trainers
- Gender-sensitive indicators for media: framework of indicators to gauge gender sensitivity in media operations and content
UNESCO Almaty published the Awareness razing Survey on International Standards for Journalism Education to identify the workshop participants and their needs. The Survey effective till 31 July 2018 and available for Tajik Journalism universities and chairs by following URL: https://secure.unesco.org/survey/?sid=34457. The final list of the participants will be identified upon completion the survey by all informed universities in Tajik Republic.
Learn more about UNESCO Publications on journalism education and training