For the New Neighbours project, project partner COMMIT commissioned a series of interviews on media, migration and integration issues to local researchers in different European countries. The talks provide expert analyses and perspectives on the reporting and portrayal of refugees and migrants in the media and complement the country-specific Fact sheets.
We invite you to read more about the issue around media and migration in some of the countries where the documentary films have been produced. Continue reading
The DESPAZ-Social Development and Peace research group has launched a new research project on Communication for Social Change and Media Education to stand up to hate speech on gender and immigration, through the analysis of public discourses in Spain between 2016-2019. Continue reading
If you’re broadcasting to multilingual audiences you may be interested in sharing the Coronavirus Public Service Announcements (PSAs) developed by VOA. The PSAs cover a number of topics related to COVID-19 awareness and prevention and are currently available in English, Dari, Pashto and Urdu. Continue reading
Are you a teenager involved in a local community media? Are you interested in making your voice heard in the current COVID-19crisis? Newsrooms doing broadcast, print and online with teenage reporters in 14 countries are already participating in the World Teenage Reporting Project around COVID-19, but there is room for you, too!
The project is a collaboration organized by Global Youth & News Media to produce stories by teenage reporters from newsrooms around the world about what their counterparts — other teenagers — are doing to help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading
Discover a selection of online resources and tools for learners, teachers and educators during the outbreak of COVID-19.
There is enough research based evidence to state that community-driven approaches lead to sustainable impact and local empowerment. Thus the key to the success in achieving the SDGs is to engage with citizens and to work with organisations that actually work on the ground and are deeply engaged and vulnerable populations.
Communicating Sustainable Development Goals: A Toolkit for Community Radio, is a one of its kind effort to demystify and simplify the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and their 169 targets for community radios, in order to ensure their contribution in meeting the Agenda 2030. Continue reading
CMFE is happy to pass on the invitation from the European Commission’s Media Literacy Secretariat to you all and encourage you to engage! You can enter here to become a part of it all: take part in existing events and register your own! The Commission writes: Continue reading
What a powerful women’s month this March has been with documentation of the situation of women in the media, on how women are portrayed by the media and as users of the media.
On the global stage the ‘Beijing+25 review’ of the ‘Plan of Action’ was foreseen with excitement, summing up the analysis by all the UN member countries. Continue reading
Gender-based violence against women journalists has increased dramatically, both offline and online. These professionals face more barriers to performing their professional roles in safe conditions.
Slow progress has been made by governments and news media industries to guarantee safety conditions for women journalists. Continue reading