[English version upcoming] Ich habe viele Heimbewohner gefragt, ob sie mir ein Interview geben können. Aber niemand wollte das. Sie wollen ihre Geschichte nicht in der Zeitung sehen. Deshalb habe ich meinen Bruder Shabir Taheri interviewt. Er wohnt - wie ich - seit 13 Monaten in Deutschland und kennt sich ein bisschen besser aus, als … Continue reading Baharas Blog – Fremd in Deutschland
European Youth Press intern Bahara Taheri is now blogging for Menac. Delivering perspectives of an Afghan girl living in a refugee camp in Berlin. Bahara will blog about her daily life in the camp and in school for #BaharasDiary and will be interviewing people in her surrounding for #BaharaMeets. For the upcoming month the new … Continue reading Baharas Blog
With the rise of Daesh and the kidnapping of other freelance journalists and photographers in Iraq and Syria, photographer Alison Baskerville decided to use her military experience to give other freelance journalists hostile environment training. "I completely undervalued my experience in the military. I thought when I left, I am done. It wasn't until I really … Continue reading Inclusive Media Day 5: How much risk are you able to take?
It's often hard for young journalists to break through the so-called 'glass-ceiling'. To pitch their stories to big outlets, to get their names out and build a network of editors interested in their topics. We have collected advice from experienced journalists and media trainers for young journalists who want to take their career to a … Continue reading Inclusive Media Day 4: Pitching, Writing, Getting Money
Women in media are 'sex objects' 'Blonde women are hyper sexualized idiots - Muslim women are silent idiots' 'Women can't be bosses' These are only a few points young journalists from Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, Germany, Bosnia, Spain and Syria mentioned during the Inclusive Media training when asked about existing stereotypes against women in the media. Together … Continue reading Inclusive Media Day 3: How to lose your stereotypes
'You are still alive traitor? I wish you were in that helicopter we shot down! One more Armenian down. You deface our society!' - Tweet addressed to journalist Arzu Geybulla. Azerbaijani journalist and media trainer Arzu Geybulla has read hundreds harassing online comments in her career as a blogger, human rights activist and journalist. But … Continue reading Inclusive Media Day 2: Essential Tips for Avoiding Risk as a Female Reporter
You can't be a human being anymore - They tell you: ' Look she's a woman, that's why she is emotional!' - Rula Asad, Co-Founder Syrian Female Journalists Network. There are a couple of things you don't necessarily see if you read an article. Sometimes, there is a story behind the moving images on the … Continue reading Inclusive Media Day 1: ‘A women’s opinion is the miniskirt of the Internet’