Civil society representatives and journalists from professional, community and refugee media organizations across Europe gathered in Concordia Press Club in Vienna, Austria, for the first media literacy workshop part of the Media against Hate campaign. The focus of the 2-day workshop was on connection – through storytelling and audience interaction – as the first step in hate prevention.
Follow the campaign activities at #MediaAgainstHate, www.mediaagainsthate.org
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).
First workshop on Contents, formats and strategies to engage audiences and counter discrimination
Journalists, community media producers and NGO representatives will meet at the Presseclub Concordia in Vienna on April 3rd and 4th to exchange good practices on prevention of hate speech and discrimination, in particular against women journalists, refugees and migrants. The workshop is part of the international Media Literacy workshop series co-organised by COMMIT Community Medien Institut and CMFE Community Media Forum Europe within the Media Against Hate Campaign. Continue reading
Let us point you to this Radio documentary by Mukti Jain Campion, trainer in the Media against Hate workshop in Vienna: Mukti Jain Campion is an independent producer of BBC television and radio documentaries Continue reading
By bringing distant voices close, radio connects people and places: Radio Garden allows listeners to explore processes of broadcasting and hearing identities across the entire globe: The Radio Garden (http://radio.garden) – Continue reading
We invite contribution to a Special issue of The Radio Journal. International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media on Community radio – Current roles and contemporary challenges (15:2 October 2017). CMFE board members Judith Purkarthofer, University of Oslo, Norway, and Urszula Doliwa, University of Warmia and Mazury, Poland, are the guest editors of this special issue.
Submission deadline 1 April 2017
Please see pdf for details: CFP Radio Journal 15-2 Community radio issue 2017
Take part in the Media against Hate video contest and help us collect counter-narratives fighting stereotypes and discrimination in the media! REGISTRATION CLOSED.
Community Media Forum Europe (CMFE) is partnering with the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ), ARTICLE 19, Media Diversity Institute (MDI), Croatian Journalists’ Association (CJA), Cooperazione per lo Sviluppo dei Paesi Emergenti (COSPE) and Community Media Institute (COMMIT) in the Europe-wide campaign Media Against Hate, to counter hate speech and discrimination in the media, while maintaining respect for freedom of expression.
The media and journalists play a crucial role in influencing both policy-making and societal opinion on migration and refugees.