9 May 2019, 6:30 p.m.
DAFG office, Friedrichstraße 185, 10117 Berlin
Local journalism in Arabic, Farsi and Dari? The project Amal, Berlin! was founded in 2017 as an Online News plattform with up to date reporting on local news, current affairs and events in Berlin in Arabic and Dari/Farsi. Currently, there are 10 journalists from Syria, Iran, Afghanistan and Egypt working at the offices of Amal, Berlin!. They cover a wide range of topics and issues: From daily life in kindergartens to what's going in the Berlin town hall and the sprawling and diverse cultural scene in Berlin. Just recently, the project opened a second branch, Amal, Hamburg!.
In our 19th DAFG Jour Fixe, we will talk to Julia Gerlach, project manager of Amal, Berlin!, and Khalid Alaboud, who covers the encounters of newer and longer-time residents in daily life, about the project‘s origins and idea, the editorial work in a news room that brings together so many different nationalities and sensitivities as well as about how the project has been perceived so far and what challenges have emerged along the way.
For more information, have a look at our letter of invitation.
The event language will be English.
If you would like to join the event and discuss with us, please feel free to register until 8 May 2019
via our website or with Jan-Philipp Zychla, Project Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org, 030-20654812).
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DAFG-Geschäftsstelle, Friedrichstr. 185, 10117 Berlin
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Traglufthalle für Flüchtlinge, Kruppstraße 16, 10557 Berlin
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25. Januar 2016, 19:30 Uhr
Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung - Bundesstiftung Berlin, Schumannstr. 8, 10117