Monthly Archives: October 2010

Up and close with Ali Gohine, Egyptian winner of Anna Lindh Journalism Award: The dark side of illegal migration

Ali Gohine @private

By Hanan Solayman

After the Egyptian blogger Dalia Ziada, EMAJ Magazine introduces you the Egyptian journalist Ali Gohine, winner of the 2010 edition of the ‘Anna Lindh Mediterranean Journalist Award’ in the Audiovisual Category for his piece for ‘Illegal Migration’, which was broadcasted on Nile Television Network. Continue reading

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Egyptian blogger Dalia Ziada Winner of Anna Lindh Journalism Award: Keep fighting for women rights!

Dalia Ziada with Prince Albert of Monaco and Hala Hashish, head of Egypt's Satellite Nile TV Sector @DZ

By Hanan Solayman

On October 14th, the winners of the 2010 edition of the ‘Anna Lindh Mediterranean Journalist Award’ were presented by Prince Albert II and the International Award Jury at a ceremony taking place in the Principality of Monaco. EMAJ Reporter Hanan Solayman spoke with the Egyptian journalists Dalia Ziada and Ali Gohine, who respectively received the prizes for the Online and Audiovisual categories. Today EMAJ Magazine introduces you the young blogger Dalia Ziada.

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Hunger strike for “those who die in silence”

 

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By Assaad Thebian

LEBANON. “Dr. Abdel Meneem is a Sudanese community leader and refugee in Lebanon since 23 years. He went on hunger strike for 16 days in September and October this year to demand the ending of racist policies and arbitrary detention against Sudanese people and other marginalized communities in Lebanon. Throughout these days, he was visited by some security forces, which harassed and urged him to stop his hunger strike and leave the strike place”.

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Is Romania a home for immigrants?*

By Luciana Grosu

@Josefin Fischer, youthmedia.eu, CC-License (by-nc)

In Romania there are about 60 000 legal immigrants, most of them of Arab, Turkish, Chinese and Moldavian origin. The presence of foreign citizens in Romania is a rather unknown phenomenon as neither they, nor the media raise much attention about it. But what do immigrants want from Romania and how do they really feel here? Continue reading

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EMAJ Reporter Luciana Grosu finalist for Anna Lindh Journalist Award

Romanian EMAJ Reporter Luciana Grosu

By Elif Kayi

The short-listed candidates for the 2010 edition of the Anna Lindh Journalist Award will be presented to the International Jury in Monaco on 14th October. Among the candidates for the online category is EMAJ Reporter Luciana Grosu. Her article “Is Romania a home for immigrants” was published on the website of the German Foundation Heinrich-Bölle-Stiftung.

EMAJMagazine talked with the 22-year Romanian journalist about her work, her ideas and her dreams.  Continue reading

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