Public Service Announcement for Egyptian TV – Domestic Violence 2013-15
Producer Nile El Wardani, PhD – Assoc. Adjunct Prof. @ GAPP, Adham Center for TV Journalism – American University Cairo, Egypt and her graduate students:
As part of a cross-listed course, created and taught by Nile El Wardani, PPAD 570: Raising Public Awareness Through Television Production, TV Journalism and Public Policy graduate students produced a series of public service announcements (PSAs) about domestic violence, sexual harassment and trash in Egypt.
MORE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PSAs Produced by Prof. Nile El Wardani and her AUC graduate students:
See Adham Center TV Journalism, AUC Link:
Public Service Announcement for Egyptian TV – Trash and the Environment 2013-15
This PSA is used to address the Trash issue in Egypt. It is basically giving some possible solutions to the problem of Trash. It is targeting the government while using children as a symbol of how simple it is to solve such a huge problem. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfeCsZH-dzQ
MORE TRASH/ENVIRONMENTAL PSAs Produced by Prof. Nile El Wardani and her AUC graduate students:
Public Service Announcement for Egyptian TV – Sexual Harassment 2013/15
About the “Zaman al Gameel” campaign: “Zaman al Gameel,” or “Golden Era” often refers to the glory days of Egypt (approx. 1930s until 1970) a period marked by economic prosperity and cultural achievement, and notably–a lower prevalence of sexual harassment than today. Egyptians today are nostalgic for these glory days, as evidenced by the popularity of photos of vintage Egypt shared on social media and throughout Egypt.
MORE SEXUAL HARASSMENT PSAs Produced by Prof. Nile El Wardani and her AUC graduate students:
This Public Service Announcement was inspired by a printed campaign done by Harassmap
Who Speaks for Islam—What Do a Billion Muslims Really Think?
April 29, 2009
A Symposium – Who Speaks for Islam?
Radio Host/Producer Nile El Wardan moderates a discussion between the Gallup
Organization’s Executive Director for Muslim Studies, Dalia Mogahed, in conversation
with Hollywood writer/producer Howard Gordon (“X Files”, “24”), discussing her new
book with Georgetown University Islam expert John Esposito, Who Speaks for Islam?
What a Billion Muslims Really Think. Los Angeles Public Library Mark Taper Forum.