Two-Day Jornalistic Workshop Titled "Treatment Of Antagonisms" Held


Noyan Tapan
Nov 27 2007

YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 27, NOYAN TAPAN. The two day workshop being held in
Yerevan by the Red Cross organization and the Institute for War and
Peace Reporting of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern
Ireland aims at raising the level of awaredness of journalists in
treating antagonisms.

It is already the seventh workshop organized within frameworks of the
"Pan-Caucasian Network of Journalists" program.

According to the information provided by James Reynolds, the Head of
the Delagation of the Red Cross International Committee, at the press
conference held on November 27, the role of media in the modern world
is too great as the course of events can change for the better or the
worse through their work. As Reynolds stressed, the representatives
of the Red Cross have expanded their relations with mass media for
the recent years and made sure that in case of right cooperation with
journalists and right direction, their work can prove quite productive.

Seda Muradian, the Head of the Armenian office of the Institute for
War and Peace Reporting, mentioned that journalists from Georgia,
Azerbaijan, Armenia, not recognized Republics of South Ossetia and
Nagorno Karabakh, as well as from autonomous Republics of North
Ossetia and Daghestan are taking part in the workshop.

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