Brazil, Congo, Niger, Morocco, Senegal, South Africa : Internships in alternative medias
In collaboration with:
- Morocco : Réseau Marocain pour l’Environnement et le Développement Durable
- Senegal : L’Association nationale pour l’alphabétisation et la formation des adultes (ANAFA)
- Congo : Solidarité entre Nous (SEN)
- South Africa : Research and Education in Development, Khanya College, The Bathlabine Rural Development Trust.
- Niger : Groupe Alternative
- Brazil : Escola de Formação 8 de mayo
- The promotion of trade between developing and Quebec youth committed ilieux whole world;
- The introduction to socio-political contexts of home and abroad;
- Creating an effective networking between grassroots organization in the same country, between Alternativs and its partners, between north and south;
- Expanding access to the Internet and outilsde dissemination of new media for activists with few resources for training, equipment, etc..;
- The mobilization and sensitization to the context of globalization for young Quebecers.
- Basic training on international development, the country of assignment, the overseas partners and the sector of activities;
- Internship at a newspaper, an alternative weekly, magazine or radio station or television, private or community, in Quebec, covering the current issues in the South.
- To assist in research, writing articles and promotional materials and production of music for radio or local TV;
- To contribute to staff training and improving overall communications of the host organism;
- To prepare a series of articles and alternative radio or audiovisual recordings to be transmitted and published / broadcast in the Canadian news media;
- To maintain an interactive Web site to stay by which future journalists communicate with the public and potential employers in Canada.
Location: Brazil, Congo, Niger, Morocco et Senegal, South Africa
Duration: about 5 months
- 1 month of pre-departure training: January 13th 2003 to January 10th janvier 2003
- 17 weeks overseas : January 10th 2003 to July 4th 2003
Number of trainees: 8
- Morocco : 1
- Senegal : 1
- Congo : 1
- South Africa : 3
- Niger : 1
- Brazil: 1