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  • AUCC RECEIVES GRANT FROM UNESCO TO TRAIN FEMALE JOURNALISTS

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has received   $42,000 from UNESCO   for mainstreaming gender and minorities in journalism education.

    The money was approved at the meeting of the bureau of the International Programme for Development Communications (IPDC) which was held between March 22 – March 24, 2011, at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France.

    According to the IPDC Bureau, the projects will contribute to at least one of IPDC’s three main priorities, namely the promotion of freedom of expression and media pluralism, the development of community media and capacity building of media professionals.

    In executing the programme, AUCC will use the UNESCO Journalism Training Syllabus as the basis from which to work. At the end of the project, AUCC would first of all establish the relevance and usefulness of the UNESCO training syllabus for Africa.

    AUCC will also be in a position to guide other Journalism and Communications institutions on mainstreaming gender and minorities in Journalism Education.

     Story by: Barbara Gyamfi

  • AUCC RECEIVES GRANT FROM UNESCO TO TRAIN FEMALE JOURNALISTS

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has received   $42,000 from UNESCO   for mainstreaming gender and minorities in journalism education.

    The money was approved at the meeting of the bureau of the International Programme for Development Communications (IPDC) which was held between March 22 – March 24, 2011, at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France.

    According to the IPDC Bureau, the projects will contribute to at least one of IPDC’s three main priorities, namely the promotion of freedom of expression and media pluralism, the development of community media and capacity building of media professionals.

    In executing the programme, AUCC will use the UNESCO Journalism Training Syllabus as the basis from which to work. At the end of the project, AUCC would first of all establish the relevance and usefulness of the UNESCO training syllabus for Africa.

    AUCC will also be in a position to guide other Journalism and Communications institutions on mainstreaming gender and minorities in Journalism Education.

     Story by: Barbara Gyamfi

  • AUCC RECEIVES GRANT FROM UNESCO TO TRAIN FEMALE JOURNALISTS

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has received   $42,000 from UNESCO   for mainstreaming gender and minorities in journalism education.

    The money was approved at the meeting of the bureau of the International Programme for Development Communications (IPDC) which was held between March 22 – March 24, 2011, at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France.

    According to the IPDC Bureau, the projects will contribute to at least one of IPDC’s three main priorities, namely the promotion of freedom of expression and media pluralism, the development of community media and capacity building of media professionals.

    In executing the programme, AUCC will use the UNESCO Journalism Training Syllabus as the basis from which to work. At the end of the project, AUCC would first of all establish the relevance and usefulness of the UNESCO training syllabus for Africa.

    AUCC will also be in a position to guide other Journalism and Communications institutions on mainstreaming gender and minorities in Journalism Education.

     Story by: Barbara Gyamfi

  • AUCC RECEIVES GRANT FROM UNESCO TO TRAIN FEMALE JOURNALISTS

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has received   $42,000 from UNESCO   for mainstreaming gender and minorities in journalism education.

    The money was approved at the meeting of the bureau of the International Programme for Development Communications (IPDC) which was held between March 22 – March 24, 2011, at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France.

    According to the IPDC Bureau, the projects will contribute to at least one of IPDC’s three main priorities, namely the promotion of freedom of expression and media pluralism, the development of community media and capacity building of media professionals.

    In executing the programme, AUCC will use the UNESCO Journalism Training Syllabus as the basis from which to work. At the end of the project, AUCC would first of all establish the relevance and usefulness of the UNESCO training syllabus for Africa.

    AUCC will also be in a position to guide other Journalism and Communications institutions on mainstreaming gender and minorities in Journalism Education.

     Story by: Barbara Gyamfi

  • AUCC RECEIVES GRANT FROM UNESCO TO TRAIN FEMALE JOURNALISTS

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has received   $42,000 from UNESCO   for mainstreaming gender and minorities in journalism education.

    The money was approved at the meeting of the bureau of the International Programme for Development Communications (IPDC) which was held between March 22 – March 24, 2011, at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris, France.

    According to the IPDC Bureau, the projects will contribute to at least one of IPDC’s three main priorities, namely the promotion of freedom of expression and media pluralism, the development of community media and capacity building of media professionals.

    In executing the programme, AUCC will use the UNESCO Journalism Training Syllabus as the basis from which to work. At the end of the project, AUCC would first of all establish the relevance and usefulness of the UNESCO training syllabus for Africa.

    AUCC will also be in a position to guide other Journalism and Communications institutions on mainstreaming gender and minorities in Journalism Education.

     Story by: Barbara Gyamfi

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