البرازيل.. أخبار بالعربية من زاوية عمّالية

البرازيل.. أخبار بالعربية من زاوية عمّالية

بهدف تعريف المشاهد العربي بأوضاع أميركا اللاتينية من زاوية عمالية، أعدَّ القسم الإعلامي لاتحاد النقابات الشعبية (CSP Conlutas) في البرازيل،نشرة إخبارية أسبوعية مسجّلة باللغة العربية في إستوديوهاته، كأول محاولة من نوعها، نهاية أبريل/نيسان 2017،. إلا أن المحاولة اصطدمت بالعديد من الصعوبات، أبرزها أن النص الإخباري يُكتب في نسخته الأولى باللغة الإنجليزية، ثم يُترجم إلى العربية. لتظهر صعوبات أخرى أثناء التسجيل، فباستثناء مقدم النشرة، لا أحد يتحدث العربية في فريق العمل، وهو ما يعني أن الفريق مضطر في أحيان كثيرة لإعادة التسجيل أكثر من مرة، خاصة عندما يمر النص بشكل سريع أو بطيء على الشاشة أمام المُقدّم، ولا يجد سبيلاً لإخبار المُخرج الذي لا يقرأ العربية بضرورة تبطيء أو تسريع الشاشة، سوى إيقاف التسجيل كلياً، وإعادته من جديد.

تأسس اتحاد النقابات الشعبية (CSP Conlutas) في العام 2003، وهو واحد من ثمانية اتحادات نقابية مستقلة في البرازيل، يضم في عضويته ما يقارب من مليوني عضو. دعم هذا الاتحاد الكثير من القضايا التي يراها مبدئية خارج البرازيل وداخلها، كمسألة اللاجئين الهاييتيين، والقضية الفلسطينية، والثورات العربية التي انطلقت بعد عام 2010 ابتداء من تونس.

بعد العام 2013، أي بعد سماح البرازيل للاجئين الفلسطينيين والسوريين الحصول على حق اللجوء، وبعد أن انخرط جزء كبير من هؤلاء اللاجئين في النشاطات التي تدعم القضايا التي هُجّروا من أجلها، وجد الاتحاد وسيلة لإيصال صوت هؤلاء، فاستحدث قسماً عربياً في مكتبه الإعلامي، يخاطب العرب داخل وخارج البرازيل بلغتهم، وأنشأ لهذا الغرض صفحات على مواقع "فيس بوك" و"تويتر" و"يوتيوب" تحت اسم "نضال العمال"، وتم ترتيب الأولويات، بحيث تكون الأولوية دائما لتغطية النشاطات العربية في البرازيل، ثم تغطية الأوضاع في فلسطين وسوريا لحظة بلحظة قدر المستطاع.

ألهمت هذه النشرة صحفيين آخرين في الاتحاد الذي بدأ العمل على إعداد نشرة باللغة البرتغالية تتناول العالم العربي، في محاولة للتمايز عمّا تقدمه المؤسسات الإعلامية الكبرى في البرازيل، وتقديم الخبر من زاوية أخرى.

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