Stay informed! Here you can find articles, podcasts and videos produced by young Gambian journalists who participated in the recent United Nations Youth Empowerment Project (YEP) workshops.
The series of media workshops took place in November in Brufut, The Gambia. It was attended by young Gambian social entrepreneurs, bloggers, radio and TV Journalists, female activists and sound technicians. The training was designed to support the development of the skills of sound engineers and to create a cohort of media journalists with the skills to write, publish and showcase creative content and to support job creation and empowerment within the creative industries.
All media content below is produced by the participating journalists. More on the workshops here.
Tatadindin Jobarteh was born into a griot family and was trained as a child in the art...
Gambian hiphop artist Killa Ace began his music career in the U.S. at the age of 12....
The Sámi people of Arctic Europe have lived in Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Russian...
Gee has enjoyed a career spanning more than a decade with headline shows in The Gambia...
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