26 June, 4:00 p.m., Room F/G
Hosted by Deutsche Welle
With the growing importance of social media, underdeveloped academic education and new professions needed for digitalized media, many challenges lie ahead for media practitioners in a rapidly changing media landscape in developing and emerging countries. More than ever, media support needs to adopt appropriate targets, methods and strategies. This event will be organized as a professional workshop for experts engaged in human resources development issues, media training, training of trainers and human resources consulting for media outlets. The workshop will focus on questions such as: What do trainers need to train trainers to make them fit for the future? What are the benchmarks for human resources development in media outlets?
This event is part of a series of panels and workshops hosted by DW Akademie. The series of events will highlight the potential impact of media, culture and education on media development cooperation, DW Akademie's core activity, from various perspectives. The series of panels and workshops aims to contribute to the improvement of professional media education and international media support strategies in light of demographic challenges and a fast-changing media environment.
Project Manager and Senior Management Consultant, DW Akademie, Bonn, Germany