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Buffer Zone Bloggers Website: http://www.digime.org.cy/en/

Buffer Zone Bloggers is delighted to announce the launch of the DigiMe project website featuring Buffer Zone Bloggers:

http://www.digime.org.cy/en/

All information you might need on the Buffer Zone Bloggers weekend can be found on it, in English, Greek and Turkish; plus lots of interesting extras! Journalists’ resources are available under the section Press and Media / MME / Basın & Medya. In case more details are necessary, Sarah from Cyprus Community Media Centre and Stelios from NGO Support Centre will be happy to assist you respectively on sarah@cypruscommunitymedia.orgor stelios@ngo-sc.org.

Buffer Zone Bloggers Press Release

 
Buffer Zone Bloggers English Press Release

Buffer Zone Bloggers English Press Release

Buffer Zone Bloggers Δελτίο Τύπου

Buffer Zone Bloggers Greek Press Release

Buffer Zone Bloggers Greek Press Release

Buffer Zone Bloggers weekend 29 & 30 April 2011

Youthful, passionate, free voices and free spirits: these are the players in the social media revolution. If the description applies to you, then join us for the Buffer Zone Bloggers weekend.

The two day event includes:

  • International and local bloggers and journalists sharing their experiences
  • Discussions with Egyptian activists about the role of social media
  • Workshops on blogging, social media, and video animation
  • Documentary film screenings

Whether you’re a seasoned blogger or a beginner, there will be plenty to interest you!

Friday and Saturday 29-30 April 2011 at the Cyprus Community Media Centre, in Nicosia’s buffer zone, next to Ledra Palace. Free wi-fi will be available for all, so bring your laptop!

Admission is free, but registration is essential. Look out for more details on registration soon, or email sarah@cypruscommunitymedia.org

The revolution will be bloggerized?

The revolutions in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya marked a tremendus shift in, among other things, the way we perceive the role of social media.

Who would believe a few years ago that facebook, twitter and youtube would become powerful tools in the struggle for the protection of human rights, freedom of speech and social change? Very few people and certainly not their initial creators.

On Saturday, 30th of April, bloggers and journalists from Middle East will share their views and experiences with the digital community of Nicosia in a web meeting organised by the NGO Support Centre and the CCMC.

Where: CCMC, Nicosia Buffer Zone (next to Ledra Palace)

When: 30 April 2011

Who: