Association Tunisie MediaSubmitted by admin on Tue, 11/15/2011 - 14:40
One of ATM's recent town halls focused on how Tunisia's security forces can respect civil rights while maintaining law and order, following an attack on the US embassy in Tunis.
LATEST TOWN HALL:
AAM partnered with Radio Shems FM to host a town hall discussion on the country's ongoing political deadlock and its impact on Tunisians' daily lives. Read more.
• ATM partnered with Shems FM to air a new documentary on Tunisia's current political crisis. Following the airing of the documentary, a panel of experts discussed the content of the documentary, and the need for greater tolerance and pluralism in Tunisia's difficult transition. Read more.
• ATM partnered with Radio Mosaique FM to host a town hall discussion exploring ways to foster entrepreneurship among young Tunisians. Read more.
• ATM partnered with Radio Shems FM to host a town hall discussion on the country’s current political crisis. Read more.
• ATM partnered with Shems FM to host a town hall discussion on the relationship between Tunisia's security forces and its citizens. Read more.
• ATM partnered with leading Tunisian channel Attounsia TV to host a town hall discussion on women's rights. Read more.
• ATM partnered with leading Tunisian channel Attounsia TV to host a town hall discussion on minority rights. Read more.
• ATM and Mosaique FM hosted a town hall discussion on Tunisia’s youth unemployment crisis. Read more.
• ATM partnered again with Hannibal TV to host a town hall discussion focused on the role of civil society in Tunisia’s democratic transition. Read more.
• ATM broadcast its fifth town hall, in partnership with Shems FM, from the coastal city of Gabes and the rural city of Kairouan. This event examined issues on the effectiveness of existing political parties and the lack of political engagement among Tunisia's women and youth. Read more.
• ATM collaborates with Hannibal TV, one of Tunisia’s leading independent television stations bringing together audience members from across Tunisia who came prepared to directly challenge Tunisian government officials with accounts of corruption. Read more.
• ATM partners with Tunisia’s national television station, Al Wataniya, for its first televised town hall on January 7th to discuss the impact of economic development across the country. Read more.
• ATM’s second town hall, in partnership with Shems FM, broadcast live from three locations, including the birthplace of the Tunisian revolution, Sidi Bouzid, to discuss personal freedoms in an emerging democracy. Read more.
• In our first town hall, ATM collaborated with Mosaique FM to explore the concerns and expectations of Tunisian youth leading up to their first democratic elections.
ABOUT ASSOCIATION TUNISIE MEDIA
Association Tunisie Media (ATM), also known as the Tunisia Media Partnership, is a collaborative project with Tunisian media that provides informative and engaging programming for the Tunisian people at a crucial moment in their country’s democratic transition.
ATM partners with leading Tunisian radio and television stations to produce a series of town halls on key areas of Tunisia’s democratic transition including governance, political participation, freedom of expression, and the economy.
The innovative format of these interactive town hall programs provides a forum to incorporate a wide range of Tunisian voices and concerns, especially to help give voice to the country’s rural interior by connecting them with coastal regions for direct discussion on Tunisia’s future.
The initiative also builds the capacity of independent Tunisian media and provides Tunisian journalists with a unique opportunity to increase their reporting skills and professionalism through hands-on production.