A workshop on digital journalism has started in Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia, in collaboration with TRT and Skopje Yunus Emre Enstitüsü (YEE).
Students from different cities in Macedonia participated in the training, which will last until February 1, as part of the project “J4J – Journalism for Youth)”.
Director of Skopje YEE Serhat Kula told reporters that they have brought together more than 60 students from high schools and university with the media sector within the scope of the programme.
Expressing the selection of students from Turkish Maarif Foundation Schools, Josip Broz Tito High School and International Balkan University who are willing to make career plans in this field, Kola said that the important employees of TRT will transfer their experience to the youth.
Cola said, “We are already trying to direct human resources in the region to the media with our studio work and the collaboration we have done with TRT in this region. This is one of our goals. Just as we have the desire to have a career in education and culture, the media is also Part of this, and part of it integrating each other. Use phrases.
Alpay Ari, coordinator of the “Youth Journalism” project, said that they conducted trainings for both citizens, foreigners and Turks all over the world under the slogan “Everyone has a story” in 2017 within the TRT body.
Ari stated that at the request of YEE, they will offer lessons such as storytelling, editing and editing to young people who want to work in the media sector in North Macedonia. Especially since the media and digital media sector has developed a lot, young people want to take important steps in this sector.” He said.
Pointing out that the project, which has been going on since 2017, was also implemented in refugee camps, Ari added that they implemented the project, which attracted a lot of attention, in order to educate people in the field of information and media. To find out what the right press is.
Participants who will take courses on Journalism 101, Storytelling, Field Production and Mobile Journalism will receive a certificate at the end of the training.
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