Kick off of our RadioLiteracy worshops
Drug addiction and abuse leads to health-related problems (including mental health), poor peer relationships, and irrational behaviour, lack of productivity etc . Additionally, there are consequences for family members, the community, and the entire society therefore African Media Association Malta is training young migrants on how to use the radio as a campaign tool in combating the dangers of drugs abuse.
COMING IN MAY: Debating Ethical Issues in Social Media & Blogging – Panel Discussion on Zoom on 31 May 2 pm – 4 pm
Although Social Media and Blogging has the potential to serve as a multivocal platform through which private individuals and community influencers have their voices heard, it also has the power to silence, discriminate and marginalise.
This panel session is aimed to serve as educational awareness about ethical issues involving the use of social media and blogging. The panel will consist of experienced representatives local migrant communities and a guest speaker from abroad.
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Registration for the Zoom Panel Discussion that will be held on May 31st, 2 pm - 4 pm. The theme of this discussion is Ethical issues in Social Media and Blogging.