21st November 2018
By Tom Law

Arab Media Initiative Against Hate Speech 2018

 

Meeting of the

“Working Group for Ethical Journalism in Palestine”

as part of the EJN-supported

“Arab Media Initiative Against Hate Speech”

Hilton Dead Sea Resort, Jordan

ARIJ18 Annual Forum For Investigative Journalism:

English: https://arij18.arij.net/?lang=en

Arabic: https://arij18.arij.net/?lang=ar

Alongside the ARIJ 2018 conference, the EJN is hosting two working groups with Palestine and Jordanian media and academics, a member of Facebook’s Middle East policy team to create glossaries on hate speech.

EJN trustee Dr. Zahera Harb is moderating the meetings. Dr Harb is a senior lecturer in International Journalism at City, University of London.

As well as the side meetings the EJN has three sessions on the agenda of the conference that are listed in the programme below.

If you are attending the ARIJ summit and would like further information about the EJN’s events please contact:

December 1st 2018 – Palestine Hate Speech Glossary Working Group

9.00-9.20              Introductions

9.20-9.40              Presentation on the aims and objectives of the hate speech glossary work in Palestine, EJN

9.40-10.00           Presentation on the process for compiling the Egyptian Glossary on Hate Speech, Egypt Media Development Programme & Egypt Editors Forum

10.00-10.20        Presentation outlining the methods of content analysis used in their project to monitor hate-speech in Lebanon, Maharat Foundation

10.20-10.45        Discussion and development of a strategy and plan of action to deliver the Palestine glossary

10.45-11.15        BREAK

11.15-12.30        Continued: Discussion and development of a strategy and plan of action to deliver the Palestine glossary

12.30-13.00        Discussion and development of a strategy and plan to create the curriculum for the 3 seminars to be delivered to researchers for the Palestine glossary

13.15-14.15        ARIJ Plenary (What Can Blockchain And Artificial Intelligence Do For Journalists?)

14.00-15.30        LUNCH

15.30-17.30        Open Session on Palestinian Hate Speech Glossary: Palestinian journalists attending ARIJ are invited to this open session to share their experiences and thoughts for the methodology and creation of the glossary. This session will also focus on the best ways to publish, disseminate and promote the glossary.

19.00-20.00        DINNER

20.30-22.00        Movie Night Hosted by the Ethical Journalism Network: The Workers Cup

December 2nd 2018 – Jordanian Hate Speech Glossary Working Group

EJN trustee Dr. Zahera Harb will chair the meeting. Dr Harb is a senior lecturer in International Journalism at City, University of London.

9.00-9.20              Introductions

9.20-9.40              Short presentation on the aims and objectives of the hate speech glossary work in Jordan, EJN

9.40-10.00           Presentation on the process for compiling the Egyptian Glossary on Hate Speech, Egypt Media Development Programme

10.00-10.20        Presentation outlining the methods of content analysis used in their project to monitor hate-speech in Lebanon, Maharat Foundation

10.20-10.45        Discussion and development of a strategy and plan of action to deliver the Jordanian glossary

10.45-11.15        BREAK

11.15-12.30        Continued: Discussion and development of a strategy and plan of action to deliver the Jordanian glossary

12.30-13.00        Discussion and development of a strategy and plan to create a curriculum to accompany the Jordanian glossary.

13.15-14.15        ARIJ Plenary

14.15-15.30        LUNCH

15.30-17.00        Open Session on Jordanian Hate Speech Glossary: Jordanian journalists attending ARIJ are invited to this open session to share their experiences and thoughts for the methodology and creation of the glossary. This session will also focus on the best ways to publish, disseminate and promote the glossary.

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