A conference of EU MedMedia project about Libya’s media crisis

On 18 December 2014 was held a conference organised by the EU-funded project MedMedia in Tunis about ways of providing the Libyan people with access to impartial, objective information during the current crisis.
Stakeholders from the Libyan media and civil society as well as representatives from international donor organisations and implementing agencies attended the event, along with delegates from the European Commission as well as the Dutch, German and British governments and the United Nations.
The EU-funded MedMedia project aims to create an enabling environment for media reforms in the Southern Mediterranean region. It is part of the programme “Media and culture for development in the Southern Mediterranean” which aims at supporting the media and culture reform processes in the region.

Source: MedMedia project http://www.med-media.eu/

A conference of EU MedMedia project about Libya’s media crisis

On 18 December 2014 was held a conference organised by the EU-funded project MedMedia in Tunis about ways of providing the Libyan people with access to impartial, objective information during the current crisis.
Stakeholders from the Libyan media and civil society as well as representatives from international donor organisations and implementing agencies attended the event, along with delegates from the European Commission as well as the Dutch, German and British governments and the United Nations.
The EU-funded MedMedia project aims to create an enabling environment for media reforms in the Southern Mediterranean region. It is part of the programme “Media and culture for development in the Southern Mediterranean” which aims at supporting the media and culture reform processes in the region.

Source: MedMedia project http://www.med-media.eu/

A conference of EU MedMedia project about Libya’s media crisis

On 18 December 2014 was held a conference organised by the EU-funded project MedMedia in Tunis about ways of providing the Libyan people with access to impartial, objective information during the current crisis.
Stakeholders from the Libyan media and civil society as well as representatives from international donor organisations and implementing agencies attended the event, along with delegates from the European Commission as well as the Dutch, German and British governments and the United Nations.
The EU-funded MedMedia project aims to create an enabling environment for media reforms in the Southern Mediterranean region. It is part of the programme “Media and culture for development in the Southern Mediterranean” which aims at supporting the media and culture reform processes in the region.

Source: MedMedia project http://www.med-media.eu/

A conference of EU MedMedia project about Libya’s media crisis

On 18 December 2014 was held a conference organised by the EU-funded project MedMedia in Tunis about ways of providing the Libyan people with access to impartial, objective information during the current crisis.
Stakeholders from the Libyan media and civil society as well as representatives from international donor organisations and implementing agencies attended the event, along with delegates from the European Commission as well as the Dutch, German and British governments and the United Nations.
The EU-funded MedMedia project aims to create an enabling environment for media reforms in the Southern Mediterranean region. It is part of the programme “Media and culture for development in the Southern Mediterranean” which aims at supporting the media and culture reform processes in the region.

Source: MedMedia project http://www.med-media.eu/

A conference of EU MedMedia project about Libya’s media crisis

On 18 December 2014 was held a conference organised by the EU-funded project MedMedia in Tunis about ways of providing the Libyan people with access to impartial, objective information during the current crisis.
Stakeholders from the Libyan media and civil society as well as representatives from international donor organisations and implementing agencies attended the event, along with delegates from the European Commission as well as the Dutch, German and British governments and the United Nations.
The EU-funded MedMedia project aims to create an enabling environment for media reforms in the Southern Mediterranean region. It is part of the programme “Media and culture for development in the Southern Mediterranean” which aims at supporting the media and culture reform processes in the region.

Source: MedMedia project http://www.med-media.eu/