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Thursday, June 13 • 5:15pm - 6:30pm
Online Media and Misinformation: You ask, youth answers

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When it comes to online media, young people are both key users and content creators. Their experiences with the challenges of misinformation, censorship and how this could impact media in the future should put them as experts at the center of discussions about where online media is heading. During this session we will do just that, putting Tunisian youth center stage to explore their vision for the future of online media, and understand how it is shaped by their experiences as media consumers and producers. We invite you to step away from discussions between academics, NGOs, or traditional media - join a conversation with young Tunisians and leave with inspiring and critical sparks to fuel your thoughts for the rest of the conference. How do youth consume media? What are the main challenges they face? What do they expect from online media? You ask, youth answers! This session is moderator by Shams Radhouani Abdi and has been organised by Al Khatt and Free Press Unlimited.

The language of this session will be in Arabic. Translation English / Arabic and Arabic / English is available.

Moderators
avatar for Shams Radhouani Abdi

Shams Radhouani Abdi

Content Producer, Freelancer
Professor of Anglo-American literature, interested in social movements, intersectional feminist activism, and academic research around.

Speakers
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Hamdi Belhadj

Citizen reporter, Maktaris News
17 years old, citizen reporter for 5 years at Maktaris News in Makthar and political columnist.
avatar for Rayen Ben Fathallah

Rayen Ben Fathallah

Citizen reporter, Bekalta Today
17 years old, citizen reporter at the club "Bekalta Today". I like football, photography and theater.
avatar for Safa Jobrane

Safa Jobrane

Citizen reporter, Radio Palma
15 years old, citizen reporter at "Radio Palma" in Gabes. I like photography, Instagram and Taekwondo. I love to live new experiences.
avatar for Amani Chikhaoui

Amani Chikhaoui

Citizen reporter, Radio Cirta
22 years old, citizen reporter for 3 years at "Radio Cirta" in the Kef.
avatar for Sana Ben Taher

Sana Ben Taher

Citizen reporter, Radio web Metline
17 years old, citizen reporter for "Radio web Metline", and passionate about theater, radio and sports. I like to help people and bring them joy.


Thursday June 13, 2019 5:15pm - 6:30pm
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