Tagged with: Middle East and North Africa
Assistant Project Manager, Syria.
How we’re helping children in Syria survive and cope with the conflict by supporting media based in the country to make tailored ‘lifeline’ content – animations, radio dramas, discussion programmes and a documentary – we’re tackling issues around child rights, development and survival.
Ali Sharif and Rob Hopkin
Ali Sharif wanted to be an airline pilot but after joining BBC Media Action in North Africa - and with help from BBC Question Time director Rob Hopkin - he is now the director of Hiwar Mushtarak, a TV debate show increasing people’s knowledge of current affairs and holding those in power to account.
Social Media Manager, Drama, BBC Worldwide
Jose Vila, social media manager for Doctor Who on advising BBC Media Action’s new TV drama in the Palestinian Territories.
Executive Director, BBC Media Action
On the sixth anniversary of the Syrian war, Caroline Nursey, our Executive Director explores how a radio drama is helping bring communities together despite years of conflict.
Senior Trainer and Content Manager, BBC Media Action
Refugees, nutritionists and film-makers created a series of short ‘how to’ films to help Syrians living in tough conditions in Lebanon pull together quick, simple, affordable and healthy meals for their families.
Mohammed Abu Asaker
Humanitarian Liaison, Palestinian Territories
Mohammed Abu Asaker’s neighborhood in the Gaza Strip was bombed in 2009. His personal experience is helping him train journalists and humanitarian workers about the importance of practical information for people affected by conflict.
How a shocking image motivated Tom Hannen to make an immersive film for mobile phones about the dangerous journeys undertaken by refugees.
Media Reform Programme Advisor, BBC Media Action, Iraq
BBC Media Action advisor Aida Kaisy's visit to support public service broadcasting in Iraq was also her first ever trip to her parents’ native city of Baghdad.