years, studied media and public relations in Gaza. She also participated in a
number of trainings in media and radio productions. According to her, the
trainings were theoretical and not useful.
Tahrir began participating in
the activities of CFTA's Cultural Center. It was here that she
undertook a practical and theoretical radio production course. She also had the
opportunity to prepare and produce a radio program of her own in cooperation
with a group of other youth, which was broadcast on Clakit Radio a youth
initiative supported by the Cultural Center.
Tahrir is now active at Clakit
Radio, where she has a program broadcasted weekly.
“Before joining CFTA, I was
depressed, I was unemployed, with nothing to do and no skills. After joining
Clakit Radio, I’m full of energy and willing to work. I even have my own