CAMRI Arab Media Centre at the Ajyal Youth Film Festival Industry Forum

11 December 2013

Naomi Sakr, Professor of Media Policy and Director of the Arab Media Centre, gave a presentation in Doha, Qatar, on 28 November 2013, about policies on television for children.

She spoke as part of a four-member panel on ‘Policy, Research, Regulations’ , at the two-day Industry Forum held as part of the Doha Film Institute’s inaugural Ajyal Youth Film Festival.

The Forum brought together some 70 film professionals and youth-media experts from countries around the world.

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