UNESCO UK, in cooperation with the AJE and the University of Bedfordshire, is organising an event in Luton (11-13 April 2012), designed to develop greater links between journalism schools in the UK and Africa.
It is designed both to bring UK-based and African journalism educators together and to provide professional development workshops which will be given by, and be of benefit to, participants from both sides.
There are three strands to the programme: "Gender in Media" and "Journalism Education and Communication Technology” and a miscellaneous stream devoted to any relevant topic.
There will be no charge for attendance. At this stage could you contact Lisa Thomas at Lisa.Thomas@beds.ac.uk if you will be attending and/or for further information.
We had a good response to offers of workshops on the conference themes, however, we are still open to late offers.
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