To equip journalists with skills required to cope with dangers involved in reporting from hostile environment , Rural Media Network Pakistan (RMNP) has initiated a training programme for media persons of the rural and semi rural areas of South Punjab In collaboration with Doha Centre For Media Freedom (DCMF), these trainings will focus upon print and radio journalists and will enable them to report on conflict constructively and in a manner which does not jeopardize their own … [Read more...] about Training of media persons working in hostile environment starts from 27th January.
125 media professionals including 38 women contributors working in rural areas of Pakistan benefitted from a training programme which equipped them with the necessary safety skills and knowledge to report in hostile environments. The project, which was implemented by the Rural Media Network of Pakistan (RMNP), kicked off with a workshop held in Tehsil Yazman, District Bahawalpur, on 18 and 19 October 2014 and concluded in Musafir Khana area of South Punjab on 31st March 2015. Six training … [Read more...] about One Hundred Twenty Five Journalists Attend Series of Six Safety Training Workshops in South Punjab, Pakistan October 2014 to March 2015
AhmedpurEast ( Rural Pakistan) Twenty four Journalists including seven female contributors hailing from riverside areas spent five days (July 4 to July 8, 2013 ) learning about climate change, the disasters it can precipitate, and how to report on the complex subject. The Climate Change Awareness-Building workshop jointly sponsored by Rural Media Networks Pakistan and UNESCO South Asia looked at local and global factors that cause environmental problems, the adverse impact on people, and the … [Read more...] about Twenty Four Journalists of Riverine Areas Learn About Climate Change & Disaster Reporting
(RahimyarKhan) 366 training manuals on the basics of journalism for district correspondents have been distributed among rural journalists, individuals and female contributors of two religious madressas during last one year by the RMNP. Thanks to Commonwealth Journalists Association & Daily Nawa-I-AhmedpurSharqia for their financial support for publishing the second edition of this training manual. A total of 200 district correspondents benefited from a series of two days … [Read more...] about 366 Basic Journalism Training Manuals Distributed Among Journalists in Rural Areas
Khanbela (Rural Pakistan) Two hundred journalists attended series of twelve safety training workshops in twelve different locations of Rural Pakistan. Training programme was organized by RMNP in collaboration with DCMF. The participants of these workshop explained that they considered reporting on the government, politics, religious extremism and terrorism as life-threatening, and discussed a number of examples which have involved themselves or colleagues being victims of threats or physical … [Read more...] about Two Hundred Journalists Attend Series of Twelve Safety Training Workshops in Rural Pakistan June 2012 to June 2013
229 Participants attend series of 9 training workshops in three districts of Southern PunjabÂ (Rural Pakistan) AhmedpurEast June 4 (2012) Series of nine three days long basic journalism training workshops concluded here in rural Pakistan today whichÂ were attended by 229 male and female journalists including 68 boys and girls students of Media Studies Department of the Islamia University Bahawalpur.This training programme was organised by the Rural Media Network Pakistan in … [Read more...] about WOMEN JOURNALISM TRAINING WORKSHOP AhmedpurEast, Bahawalpur District (June 2 to June 4, 2012)