Producing innovative and inclusive news
 
 

 "Because discrimination remains a common practice whose victims are ill-informed about their rights and the remedies available, the campaign has built new forms of partnership with the media. Through these partnerships, the campaign aimed at producing innovative information on fight against discrimination and intercultural dialogue. By crossing professional practices, the campaign seek to initiate a really inclusive approach for producing information in which each individual is able to contribute to the democratic debate"

 

Activities Partner organisations
 
 

Innovative media reports from cross-perspectives

 

 • Tell us about Diversity! A practical approach to intercultural media content

 • Cross-productions (DVD)


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 Media Cross-Productions Activities


 

 

29 November to 3 December 2010 - Media, Intercultural Dialogue & Fight Against Discrimination- Cross Reports From Turkey
‘‘A European Media Encounter’ was held in Istanbul (Turkey) from 29 November to 2nd December 20010. It was organized within the framework of the " Speak out Against Discrimination Campaign" in partnership with Turkish Radio Television (TRT) and Bahcesehir University. 30 mainstream and minority media professionals exchanged professional practices when covering intercultural dialogue and the fight against discrimination in Europe. It encouraged the training of local and national media professionals in order to increase the level of co-produced and co-distributed media reports on the fight against discrimination at a local and national level. This encounter was held during the Turkish chairmanship of the Committee of Minsters of the Council of Europe.

 
18-21 May 2010 - Media co-production workshop in Odessa (Ukraine)
An Initiative for Crossing Media Practices in Ukraine - Campaign’s Objective 3 - a Media co-production workshop with mainstream and minority media professionals for supporting exchanges of professional practices and encouraging media partnerships building across Ukraine takes place Odessa, from 18 to 21 May gathering 35 participants.

Programme
 
18-21 May 2010 -National Media Encounter: From Multicultural perspectives to intercultural dialogue. An initiative for Cross Media Practices in Ukraine (Odessa, Ukraine)
On 18-21 May a national media encounter “From multicultural perspectives to Intercultural dialogue: An initiative for Cross Media Practices” was held in Odessa, (Ukraine) in partnership with Democracy through Culture. It was organized within the framework of the Council of Europe's “Speak Out Against Discrimination Campaign”. It permitted an exchange of practices between majority and minority media professionals in order to achieve higher quality and greater coverage on intercultural and antidiscrimination issues. It encouraged the formation of local and national media professionals in order to increase the level of co-produced and co-distributed media reports on the fight against discrimination at a local and national level.
 
 

18-19 March 2010 - International conference - An alternative self-representation? Ethnic minority media, between hegemony and resistances focus on campaign:
 
Programme [PDF]
Minority Media website
Se représenter autrement ? les médias des minorités ethniques, entre hégémonie et résistances

 
 

8-11 December 2009 - Bari conference focus on campaign:
The Italian City of Bari was the focus of the Campaign. This was made possible due to a major conference which brought together members of the Intercultural Cities network to determine how new policies at the city council level can maximize the benefit of diversity in local communities. Outdoor billboards and other public events brought the Campaign to the city’s population.



Programme [Word]
Presentation: Immigration and criminality
Presentation: The case of Ferrhotel


Podcast: Romanian and Roma in Bari
Podcast: Interculturalism in Bari and Apulia



UEB news site [IT]
RAI news site [IT]

 
Campaign’s TV spot
The Campaign’s TV spot was broadcasted by Channel France 2, a public television broadcaster. The French channel TF1 alongside with several public and private television channels from Moldova, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Albania provided hundreds of thousands of Europeans with an opportunity to become familiar with the campaigns’ message.

TV Spot

 
24 September 2009 - Campaign launch in Reggio Emilia
On 24 September 2009 Gabriella Battaini Dragoni, Director General of Education, Culture and Heritage, Youth and Sport gave a press conference with Graziano Delrio, Reggio Emilia’s Major which launched the campaign and presented the Council of Europe’s White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue. Reggio Emilia is also part of the Intercultural Cities Network.
 
21 September 2009- Slovenia: Campaign Activities
A three month outdoor campaign launched the antidiscrimination campaign in Slovenia. The national information office organized debates and round table discussions which concentrated on the issue of discrimination. ‘Why diversity enriches us’? Was a competition which proved popular amongst children and received high level political support from Borut Pahor, Slovenia’s Prime Minister.

Report [Word]

 
16 September 2009 - Launch in Russia of the Anti-Discrimination Campaign
On 16 September 2009 the Anti Discrimination Campaign was launched in Russia by Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni (Director General of Education, Culture and Heritage, Youth and Sport). The campaign was endorsed by the Russian Footballer Andrei Arshavin.
 
August 2009-Polish Woodstock rocks the Anti Discrimination message
During the 15th Prystanek Woodstock Festival (from 31 July to 2 August 2009) at Kostryzn some 450,000 people took up the Council of Europe’s call to ‘Speak Out Against Discrimination’. 25 volunteers staffed the Council of Europe’s Speak Out Against Discrimination stand and distributed material to more than 70,000 people. The campaign was published in the media and was associated with celebrities who were present at the concerts as well as in debates. The celebrities present included Lech Walesa. Tadeusz Mazpwieki, Micheal Lang and Jureak Owsiak, the chief organizer of the festival.
 

July 2009 - Campaign launch in Portugal
On 9 July, the campaign was launched in Lisbon in cooperation with the High Commission for Immigration and Intercultural Dialogue of Portugal (ACIDI).

Press Release
Video
 
29 June 2009-Campaign launched in Spain
On 29 June the antidiscrimination campaign was launched in Spain. The campaign was endorsed by the local council with over 220 billboards which served to raise awareness and promote good practice amongst journalists when reporting on Intercultural and discrimination issues.
 
Séville

April 2009 - Seville conference : Video and blog report
During a Council of Europe Conference held in Seville on 21-24 April 2009 a team of journalists produced a video and blog report. The video and blog report debated different perspectives on Intercultural dialogue and the fight against discrimination.

Objectives [Word]
Programme [Word]
Medias Participants [PDF]
Youtube - Video clip
Youtube - Lusa Video
RTN podcast
Blog report
Hasan Patel's report
Photo Gallery - Flickr
 

21-24 april 2009 - Media perspectives: Intercultural dialogue and the fight against discrimination Seville (Spain)
A meeting was held with media experts to discuss perspectives on intercultural dialogue and the fight against discrimination. The conclusions of this encounter revealed the extent of the problems that minorities are facing in Spain.

More information
 
9 April 2009: Civic education: Council of Europe helps school children
Children from a school in Alsace, France used the Council of Europe’s Speak Out Against Discrimination campaign as part of their civic education studies.
 
20 March 2009- Campaign launched in Romania
A Roma Party and round table discussion were the highlights of the campaign launch which took place in Romania. The launch was jointly organized by the Council of Europe’s Bucharest Information Office, the National Council for Combating Discrimination and the National Audiovisual Council. The Campaigners also encouraged media professionals in order to be better prepared when reporting on discrimination and cultural diversity and seeked parliamentary support in order to combat ‘hate speech’.
 
March 2009-Anti discrimination campaign in Slovenia
Some 400 billboards posters brought home the Council of Europe’s anti-discrimination message to the residents of Ljubljana and other Slovenian towns. The campaign which was launched in January for a three month period also featured discussion on hate speech as well as other events which were organized by the country’s information office. The Council of Europe also joined forces with magazines targeted at children and teenagers were the creative competition ‘Why Diversity Enriches Us’ was launched. On 24 March, the Country’s capital Ljlubjliana hosted further events in support of the campaign ‘Speak Out Against Discrimination’ such as ‘Spaces of Diversity’.
 
15 January 2009-Antidiscrimination- Rai Uno highlights campaign (Italy)
The Italian television station Rai Uno broadcasted an interview with Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni after the Italian Version of the White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue was launched in Rome. On 15 January the Director General of Education, Culture, Heritage, Youth and Sport visited the Italian Capital and participated in a television studio discussion on the Council of Europe and its campaign against discrimination. She outlined the organisation’s commitment to cultural pluralism and its campaign against discrimination.
 
December/ January- Poster campaigns in France and Slovenia
More than 125 billboard posters were displayed in Strasbourg, France to promote the anti-discrimination campaign during the run up to Christmas. Slovenia’s capital Ljublijana has also displayed numerous billboards around the city.
 
 

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 Partner Organisations

 
L’Agenda Interculturel
L’Agenda Interculturel is a monthly published by CBAI- Centre bruxellois d’action interculturelle- (Brussels Centre for Intercultural action). This publication specializes on intercultural issues and policies including in the areas of combating discrimination, social cohesion, urban planning for diverse communities, as well as preventing stereotypes. It also acts as an intermediary amongst local intercultural actors and mass media by providing critical analysis and specialized reporting. Website
 
Agos
Agos is an Armenian weekly newspaper published in Istanbul, Turkey. It was established on 5 April 1996. Today, it has a circulation of around 5,000. It has both Armenian and Turkish pages as well as an on-line English edition. Hrant Dink was its chief editor from the newspaper's start until his assassination outside of the newspaper's offices in Istanbul in January 2007. Hrant Dink's son Arat Dink who served as the executive editor of the weekly has been named as a co-defendant in the cases brought against Hrant Dink for denigrating Turkishness due to his managerial position at the weekly. After Hrant Dink's assassination, the editor-in-chief of the weekly became Etyen Mahçupyan. Arat Dink continued to serve as the executive editor.

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Anadolu University
Anadolu University (Turkey) prides itself in operating one of the most successful distance learning programs in the world that has been followed by many institutions. Their students also enjoy a wide array of cultural activities which provide them with a unique chance to meet and converse with artists, writers and journalists who are invited to the university’s campus. Website

 
Ankara University is an institution that has identified and integrated the history and the mission of the Turkish Republic with its people. The establishment of Ankara University represented the substantiation of a different mission beyond obvious reasons, just as the establishment of the Turkish Republic, beyond being just a change in government, is a major social transformation to a system relying on modern science, modern democratic values and institutions. The foundation of Ankara University was personally initiated by the great Atatürk, to form the basis of his principles and revolutionary ideas, to disseminate and to firmly establish these principles and ideas nationally, and to be the undaunted defender of these principles that express modernity, science and enlightenment. With its awareness of being the first university of the Turkish Republic, and under the light of Atatürk’s revolutionary ideas and principles of the Republic, Ankara University is locked on to the target of reaching the highest level of modern civilization under the guidance of reason and science.

Website

 
Asians In Media
Asians In Media is an online media and current affairs magazine.


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Association of European Journalists
The Association of European Journalists brings together journalists from Europe to defend freedom of the press and freedom of information. One of the aims of the international association is to create links between individual journalists; to exchange contacts, information and ideas.

Website

 
Bahçeşehir University Faculty of Communication
Bahçeşehir University Faculty of Communication consists of Cinema and Television, Advertising, Public Relations, Visual Communication Design, Photography and Video and Journalism departments. The structure of classes is designed based on both theoretical and practice driven courses. The students graduate from the school by creating their own short films, radio programs, advertising and public relations campaigns, animation and interactive web sites and photographs in this practice environments - examples of professional communication life. Thanks to Co-Op classes that are opened by well known local and international companies and branded as such, the students obtain the opportunity of being educated as communication professionals in agencies, studios and companies for three or six months. Hence, they get in touch with the media sector; improve their practical skills and horizons while they are at school.

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BBC
The BBC was the world's first national broadcasting organisation and was founded on 18 October 1922. It broadcasts in the United Kingdom and other countries on television, radio and the Internet. The BBC also sells its programmes to other broadcasting companies in the world.

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Bianet
Bianet
is the Turkish Internet news web site, has been implemented by IPS Communication Foundation and part of the BIA project, The Independent Communication Network, which brings together more than 130 local newspapers and radio and television stations. It is a very good example of a project that has a particular focus on cultural diversity in Turkey. Since its official start in January 2001 it has been publishing stories about minorities, refugees, immigrants, their rights and advocacy in terms of human rights journalism and peace journalism, topics that are generally neglected by the Turkish mainstream media. The IPS Communication foundation also supports publications for journalists and organizes trainings for journalists and journalism students to enhance pluralism, participation in public affairs, journalistic standards and professional ethics, where bianet staff work as trainers.

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Binfikir
Binfikir started as a Belgian news website in May 2004 to inform “Turks in Belgium” about Belgian affairs in Turkish and became monthly newspaper in November 2005. Binfikir Newspaper is currently the leading local Turkish newspaper in Belgium in terms of distribution network, timeliness, professionalism and circulation (10000). It features news and articles about Belgian affairs and Turkish community related subjects; business, politics, economy, finance, culture, sports, etc. Ever since its first issue, Binfikir newspaper has built a hard-earned reputation for itself in pioneering the introduction of high level press standards, use of correct written language, originality, and impartiality.

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Birmingham City University - Birmingham, United Kingdom. Post graduate course in Broadcast Journalism that is accredited by the BJTC (Broadcast Journalism Training council) which is the national professional body representing key U.K broadcasters, including the BBC. The course specializes in all aspects of Broadcast Journalism, predominantly Radio but also Television and online journalism. Its intensity trains future journalists on the modern day demands of the News room and prepares students for finding work straight away in the industry.

Website

 
BNJ FM SA - RFJ, RJB and RTN are the three regional and private Swiss radio stations, which operate under BNJ FM SA. Each of these channels provides its audiences with regional news. The latest audience figures for these three radio stations are of 126,000 people.

Website
 
Broadcast Training and Skills Regulator (BTSR)
The Broadcast Training and Skills Regulator (BTSR) was established in 2005 as the broadcast industry co-regulatory body for training and skills. We work with Ofcom, the industry and Skillset to ensure that the industry provides training and skills development opportunities that are relevant, inclusive and cost-effective for the thousands of people it employs.

Website

 
Cafebabel.com
Cafebabel.com is a European online magazine on current affairs published in six languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Polish.
This is a publication of the Babel International association. The latter was created in 2001 when two Erasmus students at the Institute of Political Studies in Strasbourg had an idea of "creating a virtual space to exchange ideas and discuss the European issues." Cafebabel.com seeks to "contribute to the emergence of a European public opinion" through its media activities (magazine, blogs ...) and events (organizing debates and conferences).

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Chinese Radio & TV
Chinese Radio & TV connects Chinese and Western culture and society through different media channels. CRTV is an organisation which makes radio, television and a magazine for the Chinese community residing in The Netherlands. The audience includes Chinese immigrants from mainland China and Hong Kong and students from China, and the Dutch interested in Chinese culture. CRTV makes its broadcasts in Mandarin, Cantonese and Dutch. The subjects are mainly social and cultural oriented. CRTV cooperates often with many different Dutch and Chinese organisations to make programs and to get or give support. Regularly CRTV also organizes cultural events to encourage even more the understanding between East and West. Chinese Radio and Television is a communication platform between different generations of Chinese people and between the Chinese community and the Dutch society.

Website

 
Community Media Forum Europe
The CMFE is a network of policy experts, organisations and federations which aim to support the role of Community Media on the European level.

Website

 
Cultural Diversity Network (CDN)
The CDN seeks to provide a platform for collective action on the key issues of diversity in the media.


Website

 

[email protected]
[email protected] is a local pilot project with a European vocation, an associative radio that has already obtained an official authorization for broadcasting.
Diffused on the frequency 101.3 in the area of Nantes (France), [email protected] equally benefits a direct broadcast on the internet. The students, supervised by professional journalists, will treat local and national information and compare them with the current news of their native country. The idea is to create a common reflection on European current affairs through these multicultural exchanges.

Website

 
The European Broadcasting Union
The European Broadcasting Union is the largest association of national broadcasters in the world. It promotes cooperation between broadcasters and aides the exchange of audiovisual content. The EBU works to ensure that the crucial role of public service broadcasters is recognised and taken into consideration by decision-makers.

Website

 

Eurosport Turkey is a part of the Eurosport International family. Eurosport is one of the biggest sport channels of the world. In 70 countries, in 22 different languages we are broadcasting sporting events. In Turkey it was first broadcast in 1997. In 2001 the Turkish version was started. Now, Eurosport is in all satellites and digital platforms in Turkey including HD versions.

Website

 

France Télévisions - Entreprise de service public, France Télévisions est le premier groupe audiovisuel français. Il regroupe 4 chaînes métropolitaines (France 2, France 3, France 4 et France 5) et un réseau d'outre-mer avec RFO et la chaîne France Ô, traitant des DOM (départements d'outremer) et diffusée en métropole. "L'agence de proximité" dont la rédaction européenne fait partie fournit images et reportages à tout le réseau France Télévisions.

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Habervesaire is the news portal of Istanbul Bilgi University. It’s an online place where you can find the current news and the agenda. The news is written by students and the teachers who are real journalists outside of the classes.

Website

 
Hürriyet (en turc : « la liberté ») est un quotidien turc fondé le 1er mai 1948 par la famille de presse des Simavi. Il appartient au groupe Doğan Yayıncılık A.Ş. qui possède également les quotidiens Milliyet (la nation), Radikal (radical), Posta, Turkish Daily News, Referans, Fanatik et Fanatik basket. Ancien journal populaire, ses titres à la une cherchent à toucher les couches modestes de la société. Tirage : 360 000 exemplaires. Ce quotidien turc a sa devise en page 1, sous le drapeau turc : « La Turquie appartient aux Turcs » (Türkiye Türklerindir). Gökşin Sipahioğlu, le célèbre fondateur et président de l’agence Sipa Press fut l'un de ses collaborateurs.

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“Il Messaggero” was founded in 1878. It is an Italian daily newspaper based in Rome and one of the most important. It sells around 250 thousand daily copies and it is the most read in the Italian Capital.

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i newspaper was founded in 2009 and is now one the most important daily newspapers in Portugal. It was recognized as one of the most innovative European newspapers by the European Newspaper Award 2009 and as one of the newspapers with best design in Portugal and Spain. Time Out Lisboa deals with culture and consumption.

Website

 

Information Agency of cultural industries “PRO” was founded in 2009, with a goal to promote cultural information space in Ukraine. This agency is specialized in promoting professional cultural projects. Agency activity is designed to: facilitate productive relationships between representatives of the Ukrainian cultural market and its users; provide complete information about its activities to the media, form professional cultural informational space of Ukraine. "PRO" is a unique information portal, which serves as an effective tool in promoting projects of professionals of national culture, allows to work effectively with their users and raise awareness and loyalty of the public to its activities. Nowadays Ukrainian mass media, participants of cultural market, government agencies, Ukrainian and international NGOs are regular users of "PRO".

Website
 

Inform Media is a large corporation, which operates in Austria, Hungary and Romania. It offers its customers products such as printed press including newspapers and magazines, as well as online news and advertising portals.

Website

 

ISCPA (‘the Media Institute’) is a privately run French journalism school based in Paris and Lyon. It offers degrees in journalism and communication ranging from 3 to 5 years duration. In order to get a degree in journalism students have to write a dissertation at the end of their studies.

Website
 

KATTIA TV - After almost 7 years in charge of “NÓS” weekly TV show conceived as an “information bridge” between immigrants and Portuguese society produced by a staff of journalist, and sponsored by the High Commissioner for Immigration and Intercultural Dialogue and by the National Television RTP (Radio e Televisão Portuguesa) Kattia Hernandez developed a new career in Portugal designing WEB Video Content for different entities and projects in the last 4 months. The Human Development department of Gulbenkian Foundation, the Lisbon cultural activities enterprise EGEAC, the international fashion magazine ZOOT, the Mexican Embassy, COWORKLISBOA and other are amongst her clients. Through customized videos the promotion of events and projects can be exponentially increased online. Also is developing a new online series called INSIDE COWORK, where she visits interesting Cowork places in Berlin, NY, Boston, Barcelona and next Madrid & Mexico. To follow this project go to: insidecowork.wordpress.com

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La Libre Belgique - Quotidien de Belgique francophone, le seul à avoir une réelle audience en Flandre. Tirage, +/- 50 000 exemplaires. Actualité nationale et internationale.
 

Website

 

Lider TV was established in 2000. Before broadcast our programmes we had only Radio Lider. Our tv company is private tv and we broadcast our programmes in t satellite too. There are different programmes at Lider tv. I work on news program. We transmit news 6 times during the day. We have special correspondents in some counties.

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LUSA is since 1987 the biggest news agency in Portuguese language, having more than 200 Journalists and 80 correspondents based abroad. With nearly 800 news and 700 photos a day, LUSA offers its service to all Portuguese national newspapers, radio stations and television networks and internet portals covering international matters, national politics, social, local, society, health, justice and other services.

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“Maariv”, is the 3rd biggest in Israel, smaller than “Yediot Aharonot” and bigger than “Haaretz”. I work mainly in the local magazine of Tel Aviv, called “Tel Aviv Times” which belongs to “Maariv”.
 

Website

 
Magyar Televízió is Hungary's national public-service television. It was established pursuant to the Hungarian Parliament Act I of 1996 on radio and television broadcasting as the successor of the Hungarian Television, a state enterprise founded in 1957. The station currently broadcasts on two channels: m1, a terrestrial program, and m2, transmitted over satellite. Since the launch of commercial television in Hungary in 1997, the Hungarian Television lost its media market monopoly and it has been facing serious competition both in terms of audience figures and advertising revenues. Its primary mission, however, remains the performance of public-service functions, such as the production of programmes addressing the needs of smaller groups of a variegated Hungarian society (religious people, children, people interested in Hungarian culture and arts, minorities and Hungarians living abroad). The Religious and Church Programmes of the Hungarian Television celebrated their 20th anniversary in 2010. The television started broadcasting specialist programmes on religious themes just after the fall of the Communist regime in 1990. Now it reached an amount of more than 11.000 minutes broadcast every year. There are programmes for the eight so-called historical churches of Hungary and for 47 so-called “minority” churches. Genres vary from coverage of church news and events, children’s and youth programmes, Bible interpretation, documentary, portrait documentary and live broadcast of religious events.

Website

 
Mediapart.fr runs longer analysis, reports and investigation pieces that aren't published in traditional media. It is the first French pure player information website with premium content. Its unique business model means that it is funded by suscribers so the website is free of ads.

Website

 
MTNL, founded in 2001, is a producer of TV programs that reflects the cultural diversity of the large Dutch cities. The programs are made for local, regional and national Dutch television.
Walther Tjon Pian Gi
has a career in construction engineering, dance and theatre, television and cultural diversity activism and policy.

Website

 
The North German broadcasting company (NDR) is an institution of the public establishments for Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Niedersachsen and Schleswig-Holstein. The seat is in Hamburg-Rotherbaum (Radio) and Hamburg-Lokstedt (Television). The NDR originated in 1954 from the splitting of the NWDR in NDR and West German Radio. NDR is a member of the ARD and has nowadays about 3500 employees.

Website

 
NTVMSNBC, Turkey’s News Portal, started out on May 15, 2000; by forming a partnership with world’s most visited news portal MSNBC, ntvmsnbc took the advantage of MSNBC’s technological ability and NTV’s experience on th subject of “news”. NTVMSNBC news portal offers information on a wide range of subjects. Its content prepared by its own staff editors in an impartial and unbiased manner. Users can get access to the news, of the latest developments, real time data on market and exclusive topics.

Website

 
Press Complaints Commission
An independent body which deals with complaints from members of the public about the editorial content of newspapers and magazines.

Website

 
Público is a Portuguese national newspaper (one of the most trusted). It celebrated this past March its 20th year of existence.
 

Website

 
Radio FRO 105,0 MHz is a free, non-commercial radio station, which works according to the open access concept. Radio FRO 105,0 MHz is located in Linz, Austria and has been broadcasting since September 1998. Radio FRO 105,0 MHz supports nearly 400 volunteers in producing broadcasting shows in over 15 languages and was involved in social, cultural and artistic projects during the last decade. Roughly 400 volunteer programming providers turn out over 100 radio shows in more than 15 languages. Areas of emphasis are informational and public service programs by NGOs and local initiatives, diverse language shows, a cultural and educational channel, broadcasts for young people as well as senior citizens and a variety of music programming.

Website

 

Respect Magazine - Lancé en janvier 2004, Respect est un magazine trimestriel, précurseur d’un journalisme ouvert à la diversité, acteur engagé dans la reconnaissance et la rencontre des multiples composantes de notre société.  Décoloniser nos imaginaires, apprendre à vivre ensemble : voilà l’objectif de Respect ! Distribué en kiosque en France métropolitaine et départements d’outremer, Respect Magazine s’appuie sur une équipe reconnue pour son ouverture et sa diversité : journalistes, artistes, étudiants, acteurs associatifs, entrepreneurs sociaux, éducateurs, simples citoyens… De toutes origines et de tous milieux, réunis autour de valeurs et d’un projet communs. Depuis janvier 2008, en partenariat avec l’Unesco et l’Alliance des Civilisations (ONU), l’équipe éditoriale de Respect travaille également avec des jeunesses d’autres pays, issus de cultures discriminées, zones de conflits ou milieux défavorisés. Aujourd’hui en zone francophone, demain ailleurs.

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  Salamnews est le premier magazine gratuit des cultures musulmanes. Avec un contenu exclusif dédié aux cultures musulmanes, Salamnews propose et analyse chaque mois l’actualité nationale et internationale au travers d’une ligne éditoriale affinitaire, éthique et citoyenne. Lancé en septembre 2008, Salamnews est devenu une publication de référence sur les cultures musulmanes. Magazine gratuit mensuel et distribué dans les principales villes de France, il propose des rencontres, des échanges et des éclairages sur le fait musulman. Salamnews offre en 24 pages couleurs, une information de qualité, au public intéressé par les cultures musulmanes, s’adressant ainsi à ceux qui les font, ceux qui les aiment, ceux qui veulent les découvrir et mieux les connaître.

Website

   
Saphir News
Saphir News is a daily online muslim newspaper which covers a range of topics such as sport, news and debates.


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The Guardian (formerly known as The Manchester Guardian) is a British national daily newspaper owned by the Guardian Media Group. Founded in 1821, it is unique among major British daily newspapers in being owned by a foundation (the Scott Trust, via the Guardian Media Group).

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The School of Journalism and PR in Skopje, Macedonia is the first and only institution in Macedonia that provides education for journalism and public relations specialists, successfully combining theory and practice. Apart from the school activities and projects, I’m working for a production house whose products are aimed for the youth. In that show are included all topics for youth – everyday life, people from different professions and social standing, different activities, events, humanitarian organisations…

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Turkish Radio and Television Corporation Turkish Radio and Television Corporation is Turkey’s public service broadcaster. It was established in 1964. It broadcasts both nationally and internationally through 15 television channels and two online radio channels.

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World Association of Newpapers and New Publishers
World Association of Newpapers and New Publishers is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation made up of 76 national newspaper associations, 12 news agencies, 10 regional press organisations and individual newspaper executives in 100 countries. Founded in 1948, the association represents more than 18,000 publications on five continents.

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