The second training session for journalism students and young journalists on responsible and ethical reporting for communities was held


23 journalists and journalism students took part in the second training session on “Antigypsyism in Kosovo and Responsible and ethical reporting for the cases of Roma, Ashkali, and Egyptian communities”.

The participants, under the mentorship of journalist Lendrit Qeli, learned about the historical and social context of the Roma, Ashkali, and Egyptian communities in Kosovo. They also discussed topics such as anti-Gypsyism, social media, racism, and the impact of language, and worked in groups to analyze reporting examples from the media to practice applying their new knowledge gained in training.

Journalists and journalism students from both private and public universities were certified for their participation in the training by Terre des hommes – Kosovo and the Association of Journalists of Kosovo.

This training was organized as part of the project “Social Justice for Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians”, funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), implemented by the partner organizations Terre des hommes, Voice of Roma, Ashkali, and Egyptians and HEKS/EPER.