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Tunisia boot camp to train North African bloggers and journalists

Tunisia boot camp to train North African bloggers and journalists

Posted on October 22, 2012

Deadline: 

November 01, 2012

Journalists and bloggers from Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco are invited to apply to a one-day digital boot camp on Web journalism.

The camp, organized by the United Nations Alliance of Civilization and Google, is entitled “Google Tools for Newsgathering and Reporting Across Cultures.” The workshop will take place at the Institut de Presse & des Sciences de L’Information (IPSI) November 13.

The camp aims to empower journalists and bloggers from North Africa to acquire new knowledge and skills in Web, social analytics and data.

The sessions will be conducted by trainers from Google. There will also be a special session led by the World Bank.

Applicants should have a basic knowledge of digital tools and proficiency in English.

At the end of the boot camp, participants will receive a joint UNAOC/Google certificate.

To apply, email monicaATunaoc.org. The deadline is October 31.