Stories about RV in Egypt from August, 2010
The “Exploring Taboos” project conducted by the Nazra team has finally started with a workshop attended by five participants. The first day the training was about video journalism, the second day was about sexuality theory, and the third day was about the use of social media. In this post, we look at some of the blog posts written by the participants.
Rising Voices recently visited the village of Dawadeyya in the Minya governorate in Egypt, which is known as the "Bride of Upper Egypt." This is where the Women of Minya Day by Day project will be taking place coordinated by the New Woman Foundation, where they will work with young women who work in harsh conditions.
In the latest post of the series highlighting the current state of citizen media in Egypt, Eman AbdElRahman tries to answer the question: "are all the voices on the Egyptian blogsphere are representative to the various voices in Egypt, or is it only inclusive to the capital city Cairo?"