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"Make Your CSO Visible" Digital Workshop in Macedonia PDF Print

Dates: 21 – 23 February 2017

Country: Macedonia, Skopje

MAMIL_Digital_Training_3Civil society activists from eight organisations in Macedonia participated at the workshop on digital communications. They have been debating how to raise awareness on media literacy and their CSOs objectives and goals and whether their digital presence could be the answer.

During the training on 21 – 23 February in Skopje, organised by the Media Diversity Institute (MDI) within the project Media Literacy in the Age of News Overabundance: Macedonian Coalition of Media and Information Literacy (MAMIL) led by the School of Journalism and PR (SJPR), activists from eight CSOs learned how to draft digital media strategy, how to wisely and responsible use social media networks and how to produce videos for the purposes of their campaigns.

 
MA Students' Films about Diversity and Inclusion PDF Print

Published: 6 March 2017

Country: UK, London

by Marit Van de Mortel

Ma_Students_2016_Dance_2Open. Curious. Flexible. Determined. Resourceful. These are some of the key qualities of a good documentary filmmaker that a lecturer Rani Khanna wanted to be reflected in her student’s work. Khana started teaching at the MA Diversity and the Media, designed and developed by the Media Diversity Institute and the University of Westminster in September 2016. Since then her postgraduate students produced five short documentaries screened at the University’s Harrow Campus.

Learning not only practical skills such as camerawork and editing, but also how to report diversity through documentaries, MA Diversity and the Media students covered a wide range of topics.

 
Call for Entries: Eurasia Media Innovation Challenge PDF Print

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Deadline: 15 March 2017

Countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan

photo_call_for_entries_MDI_websiteWith countries in the region neighboring Russia facing the growing trends of state- and oligarch-controlled media, fake news, and propaganda, Eurasian audiences are being increasingly exposed to biased information. At the same time, they also face many common challenges, from financial woes to global health issues and the threat of radicalized groups, which require quality objective coverage.

The millions of people affected by these challenges need to understand them in order to make better decisions, strive for better lives, and call for change. New and more creative ways of informing people and broadening the audience for entertaining but informative, high-quality content must be found.

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) and the Media Diversity Institute (MDI) with selected partners and experts from the region will help talented local individuals, media, civil society representatives and others, to develop new ways to inform and engage audiences with entertaining, locally-relevant, high-quality content.

 
London Kids Discuss Media Bias in British and US Press PDF Print

Date: 26 January 2017

Country: UK, London

US_Embassy_Kids_3The Media Diversity Institute (MDI) participated in the Youth Conference #MediaMinded held in the US Embassy in London. An MDI representative facilitated one of the workshops with A-level students from eight London secondary schools, who discussed media literacy, media bias and other challenges in the media environment. The MDI session focused on news reporting of migration and minorities in the US and the UK, while  three other sessions held in the US Embassy on 26 January 2017 analysed media coverage of climate change, (mis)information about relations between Russia and Ukraine, youth, unemployment and other issues.

 
MDI Workshop for Macedonian CSOs within MAMIL Project PDF Print

Published: 27 January 2017

Country: Macedonia

MAMIL_Training_1Civil society organisations’ representatives participated in the first of series of trainings organised by the Media Diversity Institute (MDI) within the Macedonian Media and Information Literacy Coalition (MAMIL). Sixteen participants were introduced to the concept of media literacy, deconstruction of media messages and stereotypes, but they also practiced how to communicate with citizens trough the creation of media messages.

The training in Skopje was organised by MDI as part of the project Media Literacy in the Age of News Overabundance: Macedonian Coalition of Media and Information Literacy (MAMIL) led by the School of Journalism and PR.

 
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