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Source: Koerber StiftungAfter training at the Hamburg Media School, Enjila completed an internship at the Protestant Press Association in Northern Germany. Here he was taken over with the support of the main section Media of the North Church, in order to spend a large part of his working time the editors of Amal, Hamburg! Since the launch of “Amal, Hamburg!” in April, numerous articles have been written about life in the Hanseatic city. A journalist from Afghanistan and now three journalists from Iran and Syria report from the editorial offices of the Hamburger Abendblatt on what moves Hamburg. The readership is also growing steadily: in the meantime, around 8,000 people use the information offered. The comments on the Facebook pages of “Amal, Hamburg!” Show that there is a lively exchange with the target group. “We are delighted that the editorial team has started so successfully and is heading straight for growth,” says Sven Tetzlaff, who heads the Democracy, Commitment, Cohesion Division at the Körber Foundation. And further: “This is an important signal to the Persian and Arabic-speaking citizens of the city to actively participate in social life.” The service of the editorial’s weekly newsletter also gives German-speaking people an insight into journalists’ reports, giving them a new perspective »Amal, Hamburg!« is a project of the Protestant Journalism School and the Körber Foundation, supported by the Hamburger Abendblatt and the Evangelical Church in Germany.More information on »Amal, Hamburg!« Website of »Amal , Hamburg! “


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