White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue “Living together as equals in dignity” PDF Print

Published: May 21, 2010

Region: Worldwide

Managing Europe’s increasing cultural diversity – rooted in the history of our continent and enhanced by globalisation – in a democratic manner has become a priority in recent years.
The White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue – “Living together as equals in dignity”, responds to an increasing demand to clarify how intercultural dialogue can enhance diversity while sustaining social cohesion.

New Book: Cultural Diversity and Global Media PDF Print

Posted on: April 15, 2010

Region: worldwide

Cultural Diversity and Global Media explores the relationship between the media and multiculturalism. Maintaining that the media actively shapes and constructs understandings of cultural difference, rather than reflecting debates on cultural diversity, Eugenia Siapera - the author-  argues that we must look to the media in order to understand cultural diversity and its position in society.

The book summarises and critically discusses current approaches to multiculturalism and the media from a global perspective, as well as it explores both the theoretical debates and empirical findings on multiculturalism and the media.

The European Union and Roma Inclusion in the Western Balkans: 'Pathways to progress?', a new report and the blog commissioned by OSI Roma Initiatives PDF Print

Posted: April 8, 2010

Region: Worldwide

'Pathways to Progress?' is the a new report commissioned by OSI Roma Initiatives, written by Stephan Mueller and Zeljko Jovanovic.

The report analyzes the approaches to Roma inclusion of the European Union and the Western Balkans countries, and provides an overview of Roma political representation and participation by Roma in policymaking.

Release of CIMA report: "Shifting Sands: The Impact of Satellite TV on Media in the Arab World PDF Print

Posted on: March 29, 2010

Region: worldwide

"Shifting Sands: The Impact of Satellite TV on Media in the Arab World" by Deborah Horan, is the leatest report released by CIMA. Ms. Horan is a veteran journalist with extensive experience reporting from the Middle East.

Re-programming British Muslims: A study of the Islam Channel by the Quilliam Foundation PDF Print

Posted on: March 26, 2010

Region: worldwide

A new report by Quilliam has found that the Islam Channel, the UK’s most watched Muslim TV channel, is sowing suspicion between different religious communities and promoting intolerance and prejudice.

The report, based on Quilliam’s recording and monitoring of the channel’s output over a three-month period, found that there were several key problematic trends in its output:

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