Example of activities

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In total, the outreach plan contains nearly 500 key moments, broken down into 25 main activities during the 21 months it will run. Some examples of the activities planned:

• Presentation of the outreach plan to lawyers of the defense and civil parties

For transparency purposes indicating the neutrality of advocacy work, lawyers and the civil parties were invited to discuss information on the major lines of the outreach plan.

• Participation in radio and television broadcasts

These programs aim to let the different stakeholders express themselves, participate in discussions, explain and inform on the judicial activity of the Extraordinary African Chambers (EAC).

• Production and distribution of radio spots

These radio spots are informative for the general public in Chad and Senegal.

• Create an interactive Internet platform

This website enables the creation of a forum for lively discussions between targeted audiences and the general public and to promote understanding of the Extraordinary African Chambers (EAC) and the on-going debates.

• Public debates in Senegal and Chad

Such debates allow for dialogue between authorities, parliamentarians, university professors and other relevant actors.

• Dialogue days with victims in Chad

Information meetings are held in Chad to inform victims of their rights and the functioning of the Extraordinary African Chambers (EAC) and to answer their questions.

• Workshops with civil society in Chad

These workshops, organized through civil society organizations, enable victims to be contacted and informed even in the most remote places.

• Workshops for journalists in Chad and Senegal

Workshops are organized for journalists from the public and private media (printed press, TV, radio, online) on the creation, roles, issues and activities of the Extraordinary African Chambers (EAC).

• Presence of Chadian journalists at the trial

The presence of Chadian journalists in Senegal will be facilitated in the event of a trial.

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