Nyhetsbrev

Nyhetsbrev från NRO

Av den mar 16, 2021 i Europa Samarbete, Nyhetsbrev |

Celebrating Women in Community Media – CMFE – March 2021 View in browserMarch 2021Celebrating Womenin Community MediaWhy is it that community media is such a powerful platform for women – our community, our stories, our development challenges and our celebrations? And why is it that women still – in most places – need to struggle to be well represented on air, in management and in the board rooms? And when successful: what is it having a voice generates of opportunities and change?These are some of the questions that we and the many women from community media all over Europe explore in this issue of the CMFE newsletter, celebrating women – womens struggles and women’s many victories.We can promise you that you will leave the reading feeling encouraged, stirred, upset and hopeful based on  the stories from around Europe: Poland, Sweden, Austria, Switzerland, UK, Spain, Luxembourg and France/Syria,.We in CMFE look forward to receive your story of change, cooperation, and about how you make community media visible and struggle for legal recognition.In solidarity,Birgitte JallovCMFE PresidentCMFE NewslettersPast newslettersStrengthening an enabling environmentWomen creating safe space for womenNyimas Bantaba – a safe place for migrants and refugees(Photo: ALEX Berlin)In her programme at ALEX Berlin, Nyima Jadama wants to give migrants and refugees a safe place where they can voice their problems and get involved in society. But who is Nyima, and how was her show created?“Nyimas Bantaba” is a place for migration and women’s power: Nyima Jadama comes from the Gambia. She had only been in Germany for two and a half years when she applied for an integration traineeship at ALEX Berlin. At first, Niyma did not dare to take this step: “There were so many requirements,” she says. These included a residence permit, which she did not have at that time. That’s why Nyima was initially very worried about whether she would have a chance at all to get the training place. But she had one decisive advantage: Niyma had already worked in journalism before her traineeship, as she worked as a media educator and presenter in Freiburg at Radio Dreyeckland.It all started with the traineeshipIn the end, Nyima was able to prevail over the other applicants and complete her 18-month...

Läs mer

Av den aug 11, 2019 i Europa Samarbete, Nyhetsbrev, Senaste |

CMFE GA: September 20th in Siena, Italy CMFE will hold its next General Assembly in Siena, 4 to 6 pm, on the 20th of September 2019. We hope to see many of our members there and you find more info in your mail. The GA is held in conjunction with the next conference of the Radio Research Section of ECREA (at the Department of Social, Political and Cognitive Sciences of the University of Siena, chaired by Tiziano Bonini, from 19 to 21 September 2019). The 2019 theme is: Radio as a Social/Convivial Media: community, participation, public values in the platform society. Read more here: http://www.congressi.unisi.it/ecrea2019/ At the same time, Nadia Bellardi is organising a workshop for CMFE in the frame of the New Neighbours...

Läs mer

Av den mar 21, 2016 i Nyhetsbrev |

Då har årets första nyhetsbrev skickats ut. Du hämtar nyhetsbrevet via länken nedan! Nyhetsbrev 1-2016

Läs mer
World Radio Day

World Radio Day

Av den jan 26, 2016 i Europa Samarbete, Nyhetsbrev, Senaste |

February 13 is World Radio Day (WRD), a celebration of community radio as a medium of primary importance. This Day aims to promote gender equality on the air, access to information, development of independent media, safety of journalists andfreedom of expression.   For this fifth edition, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) and all the partners in the public, commercial and community media, invite you to celebrate and emphasize the importance of radio around the theme ”Radio in Times of Emergency and Disaster”.   This is an opportunity to enhance and promote community radio as a privileged tool for communication and access to information for people in emergency and disaster situations.   To feed the discussions during this day, five key themes were identified: Radio saves lives Freedom of expression and journalists’ safety should be disaster-proof Radio has social impact and provides access to information. People’s right to information should be protected. Radio frequencies should be protected in times of emergency. Radio empowers vulnerable people.   This day of celebration is also an opportunity to remember why we love community radio, to highlight the unique power of this mediumto bring people together and to share this with the entire world.   With this in mind, AMARC invites you to share:   –  information regarding the events you are planning for this Day –  audio programs related to the key themes mentioned above   Please send your information or programs via We Transfer at: secretariat@si.amarc.org. In your message, please include your name, the radio that broadcasts your production, your country, the title of your production, a brief description of the topic discussed, the logo of your radio and attach, if possible, pictures to illustrate your production. This information will be used to promote your work on websites and social networks.   AMARC will give international visibility to all events and productions. Some programmes could be selected for the special broadcast of UNESCO.   Throughout the day on February 13, use the hashtags #WRD_AMARC, #WorldRadioDay and #RadioSavesLives to identify your posts on social networks. You can also follow the activities on Twitterand Facebook.   On February 13, let’s celebrate community...

Läs mer

work-in-progress