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Correspondents.org is an Internet platform for young and seasoned journalists from Tunisia, Egypt and Libya.  This bi-lingual, digital magazine offers an exchange of expertise amongst the most dynamic spots across post-revolutionary North Africa.

Through well-researched features, exclusive interviews with regional experts and insightful opinion pieces, at least fifty regional journalists report on historical events being watched all over the world. 

Bureaus in Tunis, Cairo and Tripoli work closely with an international editorial team in Berlin, Germany.  Journalism training workshops also take place in local bureaus.

Original reporting from Correspondents.org is available for re-publication in regional and international media, with the aim of giving new journalists exposure and experienced journalists a broader range for their work.

Correspondents is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office and published by Media in Cooperation in Transition, MICT.

Views expressed herein represent those of the authors and are not necessarily shared by the publisher or the German Federal Foreign Office.