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Media Training

 

We run workshops for adults and young people who want to learn how to make radio and how to get on the air.

We have worked with groups including the Children’s Society, the Migrant English Project and the Refugee and Asylum Seekers Project.

During these workshops we cover everything from playlisting and sequencing to interviewing skills and pizza. We hope to inspire a new generation of refugees to engage with community radio and other parts of the media.

Young people and adults involved chose pieces of music, lyrics and songs and artists who had a strong positive influence on them. They spoke on air about the positive impact that the music had had on their lives. They developed the content and theme of the programmes, decided on the running order of the pieces chosen and the interviews as well as producing jingles in several languages.


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Migrant English Project

Guide to languages of the world, by students and teachers of the MEP. <

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DJ Flavi Bumba

Radio Mentoring

Flavi Bumba takes us on a personal journey through the finest Congolese music. <

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Refugees Aloud I

DJ Hassie and MC Henzy spin Bobi Wine (Uganda) and Papa Wemba (Congo). <

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Refugees Aloud II

Young people of Refugees Aloud, a Children's Society project in East London. <

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RASP I

Necessary Noize (Kenya), Korchach (Eritrea) and Barham Jam (Afghanistan). <

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RASP II

Young people of Refugees and Asylum Seekers Project, Brighton. <

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