GERIS is an EU project implemented by PARTICIP GmbH and Media Diversity Institute. GERIS focuses on connecting civil society actors from across the world with the aim to generate global conversation on the role of religion in society, diversity, and social inclusion.
Media Diversity Institute had an active, expert tole in the selection of GERIS journalists and in their training.
With over 180 participants from 55 countries, GERIS exchange visits connect passionate individuals and journalists from across the world.
In this post you can find recent articles published by these journalists, touching on issues discussed during the exchange visits.
How the Inter-faith ‘Spirit of Toumliline’ Lives on 50 Years after Moroccan Monastery Closed by Julia Bicknell for The Tablet
Reporting on Sexual Violence: Some Do’s and Don’ts by Umesh Pokharel for The Rising Nepal
A call for global action on religious intolerance by Wale Odunsi for Daily Post
Wars on drugs and terror – America needs an enemy by Aslihan Bedier for TRT World
Indonesian Women Speak Out on Dress Codes by Andreas Harsono for Human Rights Watch
Religious/cultural diversity surge: CAASDEV equips youth leaders for peaceful cohabitation by Anye Nde Nsoh for The Pecker 237
Decades After War, Bosnian Jews Who Lost Homes, Synagogues Still Await Restitution by Kimberly Wiston
Declining Hate Crimes Are Deceptive In Bosnia by Kimberly Wiston
Per motivi di giustizia: storie di resistenza nella comunità indiana dell’Agro Pontino. Un’intervista a Marco Omizzolo by Asia Leofredi for Confronti
Other Media Productions
Purposeful Podcasting with Soufiane Hennani. Brian Pellot for Taboom Media
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This post will be updated regularly with more articles.