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Anadolu Agency launches new Energy News Training
26-day program begins with 23 international participants from six different countries

By Muhsin Baris Tiryakioglu

ANKARA - Anadolu Agency on Monday launched its Energy Journalism Training for international participants in Ankara in collaboration with the Turkish International Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) and Anadolu Agency's News Academy.
Twenty-three international trainees began the program from six different countries - Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Mongolia.

Representatives from the Turkish Energy and Natural Resources Ministry, Turkey's Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA), Turkish Petroleum (TP) and academics from Turkey's Ankara University, Middle East Technical University (METU), the Turkish Energy Law Research Institute and the Institute for Energy Markets and Policies (EPPEN) will deliver training in accordance with Anadolu Agency's vision of establishing specialized reporting in different sectors.

As part of the program several subjects will be addressed, including reporting and interview techniques, energy policies, the global natural gas and oil market plus energy law. Simultaneous Russian translation will be provided to trainees.

Carried out by Anadolu Agency's News Academy, the training is unique as it offers a 26-day program covering both theoretical and practical classes. The program will continue until Nov. 17.

Successful participants will be awarded internationally-recognized certificates at the end of their training. The agency, which has over 1,500 subscribers both in Turkey and abroad, also plans to launch a Spanish service soon.

 

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Anadolu Agencys war journalism trainees graduate
25 international reporters complete 12-day intensive war journalism program

By Diyar Guldogan and Satuk Bugra Kutlugun

ANKARA - A group of 25 international journalists, who took part in Anadolu Agencys 13th intensive war journalism training program, graduated on Friday.

The 12-day program organized by Anadolu Agencys News Academy in collaboration with the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) and the Turkish Police Academy, began on Oct. 9.

Journalists from Afghanistan, Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kenya, Kosovo, Ethiopia, Pakistan, the Philippines and Serbia were trained by Turkeys military, police, emergency services and public order bodies in Ankara.

As part of the program, several subjects -- including journalism, personal security, first aid, advanced driving techniques, water-survival techniques, survival during chemical and biological attacks and media management in hostile environments -- were taught.

Speaking at the closing ceremony, Mehmet Yilmaz, head of TIKA's External Affairs & Partnerships Department congratulated the reporters for "successfully" finishing the course.

"I hope that you will never [have to] need a certificate that you receive today," Yilmaz added.

Mucahit Muhammed Soykan, the agencys director of Human Resources and Administrative Affairs, congratulated the participants for completing the "tiring and difficult" training.

Amir Nuspahic, who joined the program from Bosnia-Herzegovina, graduated top of the group.

Successful participants were awarded internationally-recognized certificates at the end of their training.

 

1st Meeting of Environmental Meeting of Environmental Journalists from News Agencies in the Mediterranean

Mediterranean enviromental journalistsand communicators along with representatives of the Alliance of Mediterranean News Agencies (AMAN), convened in Malaga on 18 Decwmber, 2015 on the occasion of the First Meeting of Environemtal Journalists from Mediterranean News Agencies called by thr IUCN Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation.

 

1st Meeting of Environmental Meeting of Environmental Journalists from News Agencies in the Mediterranean

Mediterranean enviromental journalistsand communicators along with representatives of the Alliance of Mediterranean News Agencies (AMAN), convened in Malaga on 18 Decwmber, 2015 on the occasion of the First Meeting of Environemtal Journalists from Mediterranean News Agencies called by thr IUCN Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation.


 - Malaga Declaration
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Speech by GP - IUCN

 

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" JOURNALISM AND SOCIAL MEDIA " - Barcelona

EFE, as 2015 AMAN President, had host a seminar on JOURNALISM AND SOCIAL MEDIA: "Challenges in a changing region"  from 27th-29th April 2015

The seminar was with the collaboration of the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed)

 

 - Seminar Program
 - List of Participants


 

 

 

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