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The Thomson Foundation 

The Thomson Foundation is UK based international media for development NGO which exists to improve communication around the world. This renowned international media organisation is the partner of this project. Under this project, the Thomson Foundation has key responsibilities is to develop an Economic Journalism Training Manual that will be use in journalists training. Beside, Thomson Foundation will provide two trainers, one is print media and other is broadcast media who will conduct a number of journalists training in northern region of Bangladesh. Moreover, for the first time in Bangladesh a number of editors of the regional newspapers will visit UK for gather knowledge and experiences on economic and trade related journalism of Europe. The Thomson Foundation will also responsible to coordinate this UK visit.


The Thomson Foundation mission includes:

Strengthening civil society by working with partner organisations in over a hundred countries to provide information on key global issues like poverty, climate change and HIV/Aids;

Working to ensure the voice of the disadvantaged is heard: that of the poor, children, women and marginalised groups;

Fostering balanced debate on major issues of public concern focusing on subjects like health, environment, gender and education.

The Thomson Foundation meet their aim of achieving change and developing capacity by working across all the mass media; identifying new areas of work; reinforcing partnerships with people who think like us; and producing material to support our work, for journalists and for civil society. Please visit website to know more about The Thomson Foundation.>>>


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