Cairo 18 March 2012-03-18
ANHRI organized yesterday its third training for the media workers in a series of training sessions prepared for the activists, bloggers and journalists to sensitize them to the right to freedom of expression and its legal foundations in addition to the professional practice of this right within the law and legislations that organize it.
The training was titled”freedom of expression between reality and law In Audio-Visual Media”.
12 media workers working in Egyptian TV building attended the training that was divided into three sessions yesterday 17 March 2012.
1st Session: Freedom of expression and professionalism in the media:
Lectured by Yasser Al Zayat, writer and journalist, the session addressed the definition of the right to freedom of expression and its importance and how to practice it without prejudice to the principles and foundations of professionalism that must be displayed by the press and media while working.
2nd Session: Readings in the law of the Federation of Radio and Television (rights, and duties):
Lectured by Taher Abu Alnasr, the lawyer and legal adviser of the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, the session dealt with the law of Radio and Television Union, duties and rights enjoyed by workers in the Egyptian TV field.
3rd Session: Avoiding falling into the publishing cases:
Lectured also by Abu Alnasr, it covered publishing crimes and their positions in the Egyptian laws, awareness about them and how they can be avoided by understanding the laws governing the publication and its crimes.
ANHRI had held its first training on 25 February and was attended by 17 of the bloggers, activists and journalists. For more information about it, Please visit http://www.anhri.net/?p=49583
ANHRI announces starting preparations for the fourth training that will be held soon.
For registering to the fourth training kindly contact ANHRI at [email protected]
with an e mail titled participating in the fourth training.
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