Adham Center and Facebook Journalism Project Launches Mini Professional Diplomas in Health and Medical Journalism
The Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism and Facebook Journalism Project kicked off the Mini Professional Diplomas in Mobile Journalism as part of a one-year program in the joint project, Egypt COVID-19 Media Relief Project.
This project offers a total of eight mini-professional diplomas on health and medical journalism, with specific reference to the coronavirus pandemic. The diplomas consist of four different specializations, each offered twice in the year 2021: mobile journalism, fact-checking, audience development, and media ethics.
The one-year program aims to support 400 selected Egyptian journalists in addressing some of the pressing issues and challenges facing the industry during and after the coronavirus pandemic.
The training will ensure the provision of high quality, reliable, and well-informed content to the public, the project seeks to equip journalists with the main skills and tools of digital journalism, in order for them to adapt to the unprecedented events resulting from the pandemic.
In this term starting March 2021; the Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism offers two specializations, Mobile Journalism and Fact-Checking tracks for 100 Egyptian journalists to be trained for six weeks. The training will be conducted through six synchronous live webinar sessions presented by two panelists and moderated by professional experts from the field. Each webinar will address a specific topic related to the specializations.
Participants upon completion will receive a joint certificate from the Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism and Facebook Journalism Project.
For more information on the project, the application process, and registration, visit our website.