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No Immigrants’ Voices in the British Media PDF Print

Country: UK

Published: 16 June 2014

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The lack of voices of immigrants in media stories regarding immigration and its impact on the UK was revealed in new research conducted by the organization “Migrant Voice”.

Only 12% out of those quoted were migrants, in a total of 577 stories talking about immigration from eight different media outlets. The research team analysed the media during a period of 11 weeks. The BBC quoted the highest number of migrants in a seven day period in which 11 migrants were quoted in 13 stories.

 
Global Security Seminar for Journalists PDF Print

Region: Worldwide

Published: 13 June 2014

REUTERSThomson Reuters Foundation organises a three-day seminar for journalists who are interested in or cover security issues around the world.

The 2014 Global Security Seminar aims to improve the quality of reporting on security and terrorism exploring the challenges of responsible coverage on these issues and comparing approaches with journalists from a range of different countries. This major seminar will bring together leading security experts, authoritative commentators and journalists for a series of lively presentations and debates.

 
Film Competition for Refugees Stories PDF Print

Region: MENA & Europe

Published: 13 June 2014

COPEAM_PRIZEPrix Italia, one of the most prestigious and oldest international competitions for Radio, TV and Web programmes in cooperation with COPEAM launches a film contest regarding the phenomenon of immigration from MENA Region.

In the occasion of its 66th edition, Prix Italia organises the event "Refugees Stories: Glances from the South” and opens its doors to all the audiovisual operators coming from the Southern countries (Maghreb, Sub-Saharan Africa, Middle East etc.), in order to collect short films or clips of documentaries/reportages on this delicate topic. The aim is to go beyond the usual information provided by the media, offering a more human perspective of the phenomenon of the refugees.

 
Where are the Media When the Pope Talks about Roma? PDF Print

Published: 12 June 2014

Region: Europe

PopeFrancis1Media love the new Pope, covering avidly all his actions and words which is not at all like the relationship we are used to having with the Papacy.

Thus, it comes as no surprise that last week media overflowed with the Pope’s decision to dismiss the entire board of the Vatican's financial regulator aiming to reform the city-state's banking practices. The same day though when journalists went crazy covering this story, they totally ignored the speech of the Pontiff in the Vatican regarding Roma people.

 
Europe and New Zealand: Exchange of Inclusive Journalism Students PDF Print

Published: 9 June 2014

Regions: Europe and Asia-Pacific

journalism_studentsInclusive Journalism Initiative:Reporting Europe and the Asia Pacific is a mobility project between four journalism schools in Europe and New Zealand. Developing inclusive journalism curriculum was one of the recommendations of a study conducted by the Media Diversity Institute (MDI) in partnership with Article 19 and the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) on how to report ethnicity and religion.

“When it comes to incorporating the idea of inclusive society into the curriculum, universities fall short of offering models that future journalists can use when reporting on diversity issues. This is about to change, thanks to Inclusive Journalist Initiative”, says Associate Professor Verica Rupar, head of the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) journalism programme who is also an academic consultant for MDI.

 
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