Are you a blogger, Internet activist or a freelance online-journalist from Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Libya or Mauritania?
Would you like to participate in a forum to exchange views on the political situation in the region, the role of social media, quality standards in online-reporting, the economic potential of blogging and start a network with your fellow bloggers?
If the answer is yes, then consider applying for the DW-Akademie Young Media Summit in Tunis, 3 â€“ 5 October 2011. The DW-Akademie will bring together 30 bloggers to discuss social media in North Africa. DW-Akademie will cover travel-expenses and accommodation for invited delegates.
To apply, please submit your CV and the link to your blog or website to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications close on August 7, 2011.
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
Â The DW-AKADEMIE is the media development, media consulting and professional journalism training division of Deutsche Welle â€“ Germanyâ€™s international broadcaster. It offers partners and clients worldwide a broad spectrum of training and consulting services.
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- Tunisia Tunisia: Mega projects to be carried through (newworldconsulting.wordpress.com)
- Tunisia: Revolutionary Travel (arunwithaview.wordpress.com)