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TOT Workshop on Peace Reporting and election Ended

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TOT Workshop on Peace Reporting and election Ended
17.02.2014, Kabul
The main objective of the program was to train local journalism trainers in peace journalism and peace reporting and its efficient application during and in the process of election, and enable them to train local trainers upon their return to their respective provinces.

Mediothek Afghanistan conducted a three-day intensive TOT program for local journalism trainers from different provinces of Afghanistan. The three-day program was conducted in Kabul from 14th to 16th of February of 2014 under the title of “Training of Trainers on Peace Reporting in the Election Process.”
Local trainers from Balkh, Khost, Nangarhar, Herat, Kandahar and Kuduz provinces participated in the program.
The program was instructed by two well-known Kabul based Afghan master trainers, Mr. Massoud Momin from Mediothethek Afghanistan and Mr. Izatullah Akbari from Nai (Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan).
The program presented a comprehensive analysis of basic and advanced fundamentals of TOT or training of trainers, and peace journalism. The program consisted of practical and theoretical assignments and presentations, case studies and comparative analysis of events and the role of peace journalism in the process of election.
The main objective of the program was to train local journalism trainers in peace journalism and peace reporting and its efficient application during and in the process of election, and enable them to train local trainers upon their return to their respective provinces.
The peace reporting workshops are going to be held by Mediothek Afghanistan in six zones across the country at a time when presidential candidates are campaigning for the upcoming presidential election. The role and impact of peace reporting during and the process of election is deemed very crucial, and the aim of these workshops is to train and equip Afghan journalists with the tools they need in reporting in process of election and beyond.
The program is financially supported by the Civil Peace Service Program of (GIZ-ZFD).