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
On 8 April 2020 the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe has adopted the
Under siege by the Corona virus – what we can learn from being under siege by war
Radio Kobani – Trailer from Square Eyes on Vimeo
“War has no winners,” says Dilovan Kîko, the main character in the documentary “Radio Kobanî”. But with her enormous effort to create a local radio in the war-torn city of Kobanî, she somehow contradicts herself. There is one winner: the human resilience personified in Dilovan finds the surplus power and joy to continue life. Continue reading
The Hungarian Metropolitan Court dismissed Civil Radio’s legal action at first instance, regarding our frequency usage. It was not prolonged for another five years by the Media Council. Now the station will appeal before the Curia, which is the next level.
Please find Civil Radio’s board’s communique: Continue reading
Community media play a vital role in times of crisis. We are taking our work as providers of information very seriously, especially in this situation, because we consider it politically crucial to accompany this pandemic with a spirit of solidarity and with a critical view of society and a fair perspective. Our role is not to spread panic, but to engage in responsible communication. Providing multilingual information is part of our mandate and a task still inadequately carried out by official sources.