The workshop in Olsztyn, Poland, will be taking place on June 8.-9.!
The workshop will address the following topics:
- Freedom of expression and respect of human rights – where are the boundaries and what is hate speech?
- Muslims in the Media
The workshop will take place at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Warmia and Mazury, on a wonderful academic campus. Olsztyn is the biggest city and the capital of the Warmia and Mazury province, located in the southern part of Warmia. Olsztyn is a popular tourist destination due to its spectacular nature (13 lakes within city limits) and splendid history (Copernicus used to live here).
Applications for the workshop in Olsztyn, Poland on June 8.-9. are now open: www.cmfe.eu/mah_workshops
Three media literacy workshops are taking place in 2017 (in Austria, Poland and Germany) with the aim of supporting:
– Mutual learning and cooperation activities as instruments for sharing concrete best practices transferable to different legal contexts, that are likely to increase efficient prevention of discrimination/hate speech
– Development of counter-narratives through multilingual programs / campaigns fighting stereotypes and populism, taking creative examples from a local/small scale to a broader context
Applications for the workshops in Vienna are closed, the applications for the workshop in Germany will be announced separately: www.cmfe.eu/mah_workshops
The project is financially supported by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme of the European Union, and co-funded by the Broadcasting Board of Governors (U.S.) and the Media & Internet Division of the Council of Europe.
In cooperation with OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights