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close this bookThe News Media and Humanitarian Action - Trainer's Guide - 1st Edition (Disaster Management Training Programme, 159 p.)
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View the documentTrainer’s guide
View the documentThe basics
View the documentThe specifics
close this folderWELCOME, INTRODUCTION AND ICEBREAKERS
View the document1. Introduction and overview
View the document2. Workshop objectives
View the document3. Workshop objectives (continued)
View the document4. Icebreaker #1: Perceptions, beliefs and experience with the media
View the document5. Icebreaker #2: Experience and impact of the news media
close this folderPART 1: COMPLEX EMERGENCIES, HUMANITARIAN ACTION AND THE CRISIS TRIANGLE
View the document6. Learning objectives - Chapter 1: The humanitarian arena
View the document7. Aid continuum
View the document8. Crisis triangle
View the document9. What is the CNN factor?
View the document10. “CNN factor”
View the document11. Examples of the CNN factor
View the document12. Views on the CNN factor
View the document13. Learning objectives - Chapter 2: Government policymaking institutions
View the document14. EXERCISE
View the document15. The interests of States
View the document16. Stages of policymaking
View the document17. EXERCISE: Limitations on governmental response
View the document18. Limitations on governmental response
View the document19. Effect of political constraints
View the document20. Learning objectives - Chapter 3: Humanitarian institutions
View the document21. Limitations on humanitarian response
View the document22. Learning objectives - Chapter 4: The news media
View the document23. Discussion questions
View the document24. EXERCISE: Types of news media
View the document25. Types, structures and sources
View the document26. The news media
View the document27. News sources, structures and interests
View the document28. Criteria used in determining news value
View the document29. Determining news value
View the document30. News media limitations
View the document31. Influence of humanitarian organizations on the news media
View the document32. Influence of the news media on humanitarian organizations
close this folderPART 2: ANALYSIS OF MEDIA INFLUENCE AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE INSTITUTIONS OF THE CRISIS TRIANGLE
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View the document33. Introduction to Part 2
View the document34. Analyzing news media influence
View the document35. Frameworks for analysis
View the document36. Analyzing media influence
View the document37. Stages of response
View the document38. Stages of policymaking
View the document39. Levels of media impact
View the document40. Degrees of media impact
View the document41. CASE STUDIES
View the document42. Case study analysis
View the document43. Case study analysis
View the document44. Map of Liberia
View the document45. Liberia: 1989 - 1993
View the document46. Map of Sudan
View the document47. Sudan: 1990 - 1993
View the document48. Map of Iraq
View the document49. Northern Iraq: 1990-1996
View the document50. Northern Iraq
View the document51. Northern Iraq, resolved?
View the document52. Map of Somalia
View the document53. Somalia: 1991-1994
View the document54. Somalia: 1991-1994
View the document55. Somalia: 1991-1994
View the document56. Map of former Yugoslavia
View the document57. Former Yugoslavia: 1991-1994
View the document58. Former Yugoslavia: 1991-1994
View the document59. Former Yugoslavia: 1995-present
View the document60. Map of Haiti
View the document61. Haiti: 1992-1996
View the document62. Haiti and Liberia
View the document63. Haiti: news media limitations
View the document64. Haiti: 1995-present
View the document65. Map of Rwanda
View the document66. Rwanda: 1993-1995
View the document67. Rwanda: news media limitations
View the document68. Zaire: 1996-present
View the document69. Liberia and Northern Iraq
View the document70. Liberia and Sudan
View the document71. Somalia and the former Yugoslavia
View the document72. Haiti and Rwanda
View the document73. EXERCISE: Mutual influence
View the document74. Media effect on humanitarian response
View the document75. EXERCISE: Positive and negative impacts
View the document76. Positive impact on humanitarian action and conflict
View the document77. Negative impact on humanitarian action and conflict
View the document78. Implications for your agency
View the document79. Better policy
View the document80. Better action
View the document81. Better coverage
View the document82. Cooperation
View the document83. Opportunities for cooperation
close this folderPART 3: MEDIA RELATIONS
View the document84. Media relations
View the document85. Positive and negative publicity
View the document86. Humanitarian organizations: recommendations/media relations strategies
View the document87. Building credibility, nurturing and diversifying contacts
View the document88. Media relations: interagency coordination
View the document89. Coordinating media relations
View the document90. Discussion questions: media relations policies and guidelines
View the document91. Media relations policies and guidelines
View the document92. Dealing with the media
View the document93. Proactive media relations
View the document94. Gaining a deeper understanding of the crisis
View the document95. Deeper and broader coverage
View the document96. Guidelines for interviews
View the document97. Guidelines for interviews
View the document98. Guidelines for interviews
View the document99. Guidelines for interviews
View the document100. Guidelines for interviews
View the document101. Guidelines for interviews
View the document102. Guidelines for interviews
View the document103. Guidelines for interviews
View the document104. Guidelines for interviews
View the document105. Guidelines for interviews
View the document106. Guidelines for interviews
View the document107. Sample questions from reporters
View the document108. Sample questions
View the document109. Sample questions
View the document110. Sample questions
View the document111. Sample questions
View the document112. Sample questions
View the document113. Guidelines for interviews - Beyond words

2. Workshop objectives


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Use this overhead to review workshop objectives for the option #1 sample agenda. Revise these if you have made any changes to this agenda. Also use to identify and compare to the objectives and priorities of participants. If time permits, you can list participants’ learning objectives on flip charts before viewing this overhead.

This workshop is designed to help you better understand:

· the nature, interaction, complexity and shortcomings of institutions responding to humanitarian crises

· the priorities, responses and limitations of the news media, government policymakers and humanitarian organizations

· how to analyze news media coverage and influence in complex emergencies