Funded by the European Union
Shabab Live is a program empowering youth in the Middle East and North Africa: Young people speak up, and media will transmit their voices to a wider public. Shabab Live aims to spark more plural debates, where the voices of youth are truly represented. It supports young people in developing their media skills and getting their message out to the public, ensures visibility on TV and radio, and encourages formats from youth for youth.
Six countries are involved in the Shabab Live project in Middle East and North Africa.
Shabab Live is a joint project of DW Akademie, Al Khatt and Al-JANA
Al Khatt - Tunisia
Al Khatt is a Tunisian media NGO co-founded in 2013 by a team of journalists, developers, and graphic designers. Its mission is to devolve information and reshape journalism. The organization aims to be a professional hub for new journalism and a place for debate and critical reflection on the journalism future.
DW Akademie - Germany
DW Akademie is Germany’s leading organization for international media development. We believe that independent media and responsible journalism are essential worldwide. Given Germany’s history, we believe that people should be able to freely express their views and have access to independent sources of information.
Al Jana - Lebanon
The Arab Resource Center for Popular Arts (ARCPA), commonly known as AL-JANA, was established in 1990 as a local NGO registered in Lebanon. ARCPA works with marginalized communities through documenting their enriching experiences and creative contributions, while at the same time enhancing the capacity of youth towards conflict transformation, active learning, and creative expression.
Why do young people turn away from traditional media such as TV and Radio? How do they perceive broadcasters in their countries and what topics or format would they like to see more in broadcasters’ programs? The youth focus group survey conducted by Arab World Research and Development (AWRAD) for the project Shabab Live gives answers.
Why do young people turn away from traditional media such as TV and Radio? How do they perceive broadcasters in their countries and what topics or format would they like to see more in broadcasters’ programs? The Youth Focus Group survey conducted by the Arab World Research and Development Center (AWRAD) for the project Shabab Live give answers.