Mr. J.E. Naji Welcomed at the UNESCO Headquarters by Ms. Audrey Azoulay Deputy
Pr. Jamal Eddine Naji, Director General of Audiovisual Communication at the High Authority of Audiovisual Communication (HACA), was welcomed, on Monday February 12th, as President of ORBICOM, Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communication, by the Deputy Director General (DDG) of Ms. Audrey Azoulay, Former French Minister of Culture, who was elected last November 10th after Ms. Irina Bokova.
A call for applications for consultancy
HACA’s gender project entitled “audiovisual media: freedom of communication and men/women equality”, which was publicly presented on the 20th of June 2017, enters its implementation phase within the framework of the HACA, UN Women and UNESCO partnership aiming at the promotion of the gender equality culture through the audiovisual media on the basis of the Memorandum signed on the 13th of March 2017.
HACA Attends the 2018th Edition of the European Radio Show on Digital Challenges
“The European Radio & Digital Audio Show” held in Paris is expanding its scope of intervention as it is becoming more international. Thus its 2018th edition (held from 25th to 27th January) was dedicated to the large European radio landscape, which goes hand in hand with the technological shift of the digital radio and the numerous possibilities and extensions that it offers.
HACA Launches a New Website to Better Inform the Citizens and Receive their Complaints
What is the High Authority for Audiovisual Communication? What are its missions and obligations? What is its position compared to that of the government and the parliament? What role does it play towards citizens? How can citizens complain to the HACA as media users? and what are the procedures they should follow to do so ?
Mr. Jamal Eddine Naji Elected as Head of the International Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communications (ORBICOM)
The 300 members of the International Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communications (ORBICOM) elected, during a general assembly on December 8th, Mr. jamal Eddine Naji as a president of this international non-governmental organization which was created on 1997 on the initiative of UNESCO and the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), the network’s headquarters. This network counts 40 chairs, in addition to more than 270 associated members from all over the world. Mr. Naji, being the newly elected president for a renewable two-year mandate, is also the founder of one of the Chairs titled “Public and institutional communication” created on 1999 (1999-2005), besides another one titled “public and community communication” in 2006 (2006-2011), both at the presence of the Director General of UNESCO, the minister of communication being the Moroccan government spokesperson, the former first minister Mr. Youssoufi and His Majesty’s King Mohammed 6 counselor the late Meziane Belfquih. Two Chairs are based at the Higher Institute of Information and Communication in Rabat where Mr. Naji was a professor and a scholar from 1948 to 2008.
The High Authority of Audiovisual Communication with the adherence of its partners Sign “the National Charter for Media, Environment and Sustainable Development”
The High Authority of Audiovisual Communication (HACA) held, on October 31st 2017 in Rabat, the signing ceremony of “The National Charter for Media, Environment and Sustainable Development” by its partners, pursuant to the recommendations of the meeting organized by the HACA on November 9th during the preparations of COP22 summit in Morocco.
UNESCO launches “The International Media and Information Literacy Charter” in Jamaica
UNESCO organized the 7th conference on Media and Information Literacy (MIL) as part of the “Global Media and Information Literacy Week” held in Kingston from October 24th to November 1st. This conference, that have witnessed the participation of more than 80 countries, gave special attention to the Global MIL Week Youth Agenda Forum, a pre-conference which took place on October 24th, 2017, at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica.
President of the HACA receives the new Head of Rabat’s Council of Europe Office
Mr. José Luis Herrero, the new Head of Rabat’s Council of Europe, was received, on Wednesday September 20th, by Ms. Amina Lemrini Elouahabi, President of the High Authority for Audiovisual Communication.
The HACA participates in a conference on the political representation of women in Africa
Mr. Jamal Eddine Naji, Director-General of the High Authority for audiovisual communication, participated in an international African-European conference on “Perspectives on the political representation of women ", that was organized by the association Jossour-FFM in partnership with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, on 14th and 15th September 2017, in Rabat.