Registration open for business journalists


WTO’s The Trade Facilitation Agreement for Journalists -101-



Code: C-MPMCF-1D-JT-001

Duration: 8 hours

Date: December 17, 2020

Training hours: 10 a.m. - 14 p.m.

Maximum number of course participants: 8

Who it is for? : Any newsroom or current affairs programs editorial staff, freelance or influencer interested in economic issues

Certification obtained: TFA 101

SPEAKERS:

Oyunchimeg Demchig, Content Producer, CEO/Founder

The Mongolian Public Media Content Foundation

Tsendsuren Davaa (Ph.D), - Senior officer, International Cooperation Division Customs General Administration of Mongolia

Horea Salajan, Expert - Media, Communications & Content Production

The Mongolian Public Media Content Foundation


This workshop is meant to introduce the participants to the key points of the WTO’s Trade Facilitation Agreement, including the status of implementation by Mongolia and the impact on the economy. Another purpose of the workshop is to ignite the content producers creativity to enhance their skills to produce TFA related content that is appealing and engaging for the audiences. To apply please fill in this form: https://bit.ly/TFATRAINING2020

For further enquiries please send email to trainingtfa@publicmediacontent.org


Notes:

  1. The Mongolian Public Media Content Foundation reserves the right to make any changes in the courses curriculum and certification

  2. To attend the course you need to have access to a decent internet connection and with a device that is capable of streaming audio and video via applications such as Zoom, MS Teams and Google Meeting



WORKSHOP AGENDA


9:45 Joining the online meeting/ technical testing

by Oyunchimeg Demchig (CEO/Founder) - The Mongolian Public Media Content Foundation

10:00 I Introductions

by Oyunchimeg Demchig (CEO/Founder) - The Mongolian Public Media Content Foundation

10:15 How to turn an abstract idea into content that audiences want to consume - Session 1

by Horea Salajan - Expert - Media, Communications & Content Production

11:00 The Status of WTO's TFA implementation in Mongolia

by Tsendsuren Davaa (Ph.D), - Senior officer, International Cooperation Division Customs General Administration of Mongolia

12:00 Break 12:15 How to turn an abstract idea into content that audiences want to consume - Session 2

Expert - Media, Communications & Content Production

13:00 Pitching TFA Content Ideas

by Oyunchimeg Demchig (CEO/Founder) - The Mongolian Public Media Content Foundation

14:00 END


This training is part of a wider media campaign to raise awareness in regards to the WTO’s Trade Facilitation Agreement implementation in Mongolia. The media campaign is sponsored by the European Union funded Trade Related Assistance to Mongolia (TRAM) Project. The project aims to contribute to Mongolia's economic growth by supporting an increase in non-mining sector export and is being implemented in cooperation with the Mongolian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) and the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI). To share this material and to find out more information about the TFA please click here.




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