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Council of Europe Speak Out Against Discrimination Campaign 2008 – 2010. 3 main goals. To train media professionals on how to treat news relating to discrimination and intercultural dialogue
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Council of EuropeSpeak Out Against DiscriminationCampaign2008 – 2010
Developing training modules fortrainers on journalism
Elaborating a downloadable and print “pack” of information (National laws, Antidiscrimination bodies…)
Running European and on location training workshops for journalism trainers
or Centres of Journalism Training
BCU(Birmingham City University, United Kingdom), BUJ(Bahçesehir University Journalism School, Istanbul, Turkey), CIJ(Centre for Independent Journalism, Romania), EJTA (European Journalism Training Association involving 48 schools and institutes of journalism based in 22 European countries…), IEJ(Instituto de Estudos Jornalisticos. Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal), ISPCA (Institut des Médias, France), MSU (Moscow State University, Department of Journalism, Russia), NSSJProni(Novi Sad School of Journalism, Serbia), SJPR(School for Journalism and Public Relations (FYROM)…
Plan for 2010
Workshop on innovative training practices – in cooperation with FRA - European Youth Centre (Budapest, Feb. 10)
Handbook on media training practiceson intercultural issues, discrimination and human rights – Joint CoE / FRA publication (June 10)
Summer Schoolon Diversity and Human Rights Training with theSchool of Journalism of Coimbra(Portugal) and in partnership with FRA
diversity in the media
information through the media
Making media professionals from diverse background work together and find innovative approaches for covering / including intercultural and diversity issues in media productions
Establishing a permanent exchange network between media professionals, staff of antidiscrimination bodies and minorities' representatives
Producing and disseminating print, audiovisual and online media reports on intercultural issues, discrimination…
3Media Encounter on intercultural issues and
discrimination already organised in:
- Seville, Spain, Apr. 09 at European Level,
- Bari, Italy, Dec. 09, at Italian / European Level,
- Odessa, Ukraine, May 10 at National Level.
1 at Regional level involving ethnic minority & diversity media professionals in Novi Sad, Serbia, Sept.10
1 at European level involving more than 100 media professionals (mainstream and ethnic minority & diversity media )in Istanbul, Nov. 2010
Publication of a brochure on the experience gained from these Media Encounters for media coverage on intercultural issues and discrimination, including their methodological aspects
Main participants (TV, radio, Print press, Internet):
Agencia de Noticias (Portugal),Agenda interculturel (Belgium),Agos (Turkey), Asiansinmedia.org (United Kingdom), BBC Radio Leicester(United Kingdom), BBC World Service (United Kingdom), Cadena SER (Spain), Canal Sur TV (Spain),Danas(Serbia),Gazetta di Reggio (Italy),KifKif.be.org (Belgium),Klassekampen (Norway),La Vanguardia (Spain),L'Express(Switzerland),Lyon Bondy Blog (France),Magyar Szo (Serbia),Minaret.it (Italy), Radio Leste (Serbia), Radio Multicult 2.0 (Germany), Radio Orient (France), Radio Subotica (Italy), RAI – Radio Televisione Italiana (Italy), RTN – Radio Télévision Neuchâtel (Switzerland), NRK – Norwegian Public Radio Télévision (Norway),Radio Televizija Vojvodine (Serbia),RTP 6 Radio Télévision du Portugal(Portugal),Respect Magazine (France),Spectrum Radio (United Kingdom),Su TV (Turkey),Tages Zeitung (Germany),Utrop (Norway), X-plosiv.no (Norway),20 Minutes (Switzerland)…
diversity in the media
Facilitating – at European level – encounters between media industry actors (editors, broadcasters, journalists, audiovisual regulatory authorities and press self-regulatory bodies).
Consulting these actors on their editorial and recruitment policies.
Producing a review of the current situation as well as proposals for actionwith and for media industry actors.
EBU, European Broadcasting Union (Geneva, Switzerland), ACT, Association of Commercial Television in Europe (Brussels, Belgium), ENPA, European Newspaper Publishers Association (Brussels, Belgium), CMFE, Community Media Forum Europe (Geneva, Switzerland), EFJ, European Federation of Journalists (Brussels, Belgium), AEJ, Association of European Journalists (Brussels, Belgium), AIJ, International Alliance of Journalists (Paris, France), EPRA, European Platform of Regulatory Authorities (Strasbourg, France), AIPCE , Alliance of Independent Press Councils of Europe…
Media Recruitment Policies and Transparency – Dialogue, mainly with EBU but also ACTE
Personal/Individual Responsibility of Journalists- Dialogue with IFJ, AEJ…
Common principles for a European standard clause for national code of ethicsincluding references to fight against discrimination and inclusion of diversity – Dialogue with AIPCE, IFJ, AEJ and ENPA…
Assises internationales du Journalisme (international symposium on Journalism and Information) - 300 participants expected par day, Palais de l’Europe, Strasbourg, 16-18.11.10