17 November 2011
A Central Asian workshop for critical analysis on HIV and AIDS television coverage has produced six new TV programs on HIV and AIDS.
A five-day training workshop for young TV producers conducted on 6-10 June, 2011 in the Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research (KIMEP), Almaty.
According to UNAIDS, Europe and Central Asia is the only region in the world where the HIV epidemic is growing. Today, the region has about 2.2 million HIV-infected persons, more than double of the figure of 2000.
This facts are taken into consideration by young TV producers from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan - participants of the workshop who were chosen through a competition organized on the training phase last year.
During the workshop participants and invited experts from the Kazakhstan Union of People Living with HIV discussed the appropriate investigative standards of produced TV programmes and refined their individual projects on the HIV theme. At the end of the workshop, KIMEP recorded best programs on a video DVD, as well as published them online, to exchange and screen produced TV programs among broadcasters. In addition, these links and DVDs used to supplement the UNESCO Journalism textbook Getting the Story and Telling it Right, HIV on TV: A Handbook for Television Trainers and Producers.
This training contributes to the implementation of the UNESCO strategy for journalists in the HIV and AIDS media coverage.
Самое дорогое / The Most Appreciated
Высокая цена / This money comes at the high price
Разговор / The Talk
Чашка / The Cup
Вырастить сына / To raise a son
Турецкая пленница / Turkish prisoner
Permanent link: http://en.unesco.kz/six-fresh-tv-programs-on-hiv