In Morocco activists and journalists, all want the same thing: to share their news. Here StoryMaker gives them the possibility to do so.

Morocco

In Morocco, bloggers, online activists and civil journalists, as well as traditional journalists want the same thing: to be able to share their news with their country and the world. StoryMaker gives them the possibility to produce their news safe and professional, through several training sessions. The objective of the project is to bridge the gap and distrust between the “new digital media” generation and the “old school” media generation by creating better cooperation, increase the downward accountability of media and improve the delivery of timely, accurate and relevant information to the general public. As a result several great stories have emerged, covering subjects from the right to work, to sustainability.

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