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UNESCO Tender for Security Equipment

The United Nations Educational, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has invited qualified companies to submit sealed tenders as follows: Procurement to UNESCO Libya Project Office, currently located in Tunis (Tunisia), of anti-intrusion and security sets for indoor use in museums and warehouses located in multiple sites in Libya, and the conduction of one demonstration and […]

Libyan Media in Times of Crises

UNESCO: The Role of Libyan Media and its Responsibility in times of Crises In discussions facilitated by UNESCO and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Spain, senior managers and owners from ten Libyan media outlets, including television, print, radio and online media based both inside the country and in the region have jointly […]

Media Coordination Strategy for Libya

Media development agencies agree on coordination strategy for Libya at MedMedia conference Media development agencies at a two-day conference organised in Tunis last week by the EU-funded MedMedia programme and the Deutsche Welle Akademie, have agreed to establish a framework for improved coordination of their operations in Libya and discussed synergies between ongoing projects. The […]

Training on Reporting Standards for Libyan Journalists

As part of UNESCO’s regional projects that promote and support freedom of expression, a three-day practical training on basic standards of reporting was organized for eighteen (18) Libyan journalists from different media backgrounds. The training took place at the Centre d’Apprentissage et de Perfectionnement des Journalistes et Communicateurs (CAPJC) in Tunis from 20-22 May 2015. […]

Opening New Doors for Libyan Journalists

Enabled through UNESCO’s Regional Programmes that promote an enabling environment for freedom of expression, on Thursday 23 April 2015, twenty-six Libyan journalists celebrated their completion of an intensive communication and English skills training course at the British Council in Tunis to build their speaking and writing skills. Michael Croft, UNESCO’s representative to Libya, stated: “The […]

Opening New Doors for Libyan Journalists

Enabled through UNESCO’s Regional Programmes that promote an enabling environment for freedom of expression, thirty Libyan journalists currently residing in Tunisia have just started an intensive communication and English skills training course at the British Council in Tunis to build their speaking and writing skills. Lasting nine weeks until end April 2015, the course will […]

Journalists Form Press Freedom Group

Libya Herald reports that Libyan journalists who have fled to Tunisia have set up a group to highlight violations media professionals in Libya and provide them some protection. With the support of the local UNESCO office in Tunis, the new and as yet unnamed body will also have the wider aim of supporting press freedom […]

Facilitating Dialogue between Media and Security

UNESCO, UNSMIL and the nongovernmental organization Search for Common Ground organized the second of two workshops to facilitate dialogue between Libyan media professionals and officials of the Libyan Ministries of Defense, Interior, Justice, and Information as well as members of the General National Congress. A two-day workshop targeting 15 public and private broadcasters, print and […]