Media Training & Research Centre (MTRC), was established in Pakistan to build the capacity of the working journalists, teachers, and students of mass communication in underdeveloped areas of Pakistan, especially in conflict zones.
We registered as a Non-governmental Organization with Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) under section 42 of the Companies Act 2017 for its efficient and effective outreach.Read More
MTRC is providing a platform for teachers and students of journalism to share their work experiences and materials in journalism forum. By participating in such a forum, teachers and students can engage in discussions about industry trends, best practices, and emerging issues. They can also share their own work, such as articles, videos, podcasts, or other forms of media, and receive feedback and constructive criticism from their peers and mentors.
Search for Common Ground (SFCG) Pakistan|
Inspiring the Next Generation of Independent Media in Pakistan: This project aims to support the growth of independent and diverse media in Baluchistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), by increasing the capacity of young Read More
Social and Religious Tolerance Course (SRT) with Faculty in Universities – II: MTRC in collaboration with DAI Pakistan executed this project with three universities of Sindh and Punjab. A total of 23 male and 23 female Read More
Deutsche Welle Academy|
MOJO & MIL Trainings: Media Training and Research Centre in collaboration with DW Academy planned and implemented a series of a one-week training on Data or Mobile Journalism and Media Information Literacy from 2018 till date. Read More
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) Pakistan|
Dialogue: Life at Campus; separate rounds of discussion sessions were carried out for students to discuss the issues at campus and how to resolve such issues. The sessions were carried out at Peshawar University, Kohat Read More
Mobile journalism allows journalists to report from virtually anywhere, as long as they have their mobile devices with them. This makes it easier for reporters to cover breaking news stories and events that might be difficult to reach with traditional cameras and equipment.
Mobile journalism can be a cost-effective way for news organizations to produce content. By using smartphones and other mobile devices, reporters can produce high-quality videos and photos without the need for expensive camera equipment.