New publication: The Module Lecture Guide: manual for teachers of journalism on how to write about migration…
The Module Lecture Guide is a manual designed principally for teachers of journalism and media studies at universities, but students of journalism and professional journalists can also use it. The manual is composed of four independent chapters that discuss working with journalism students in individual partner countries (Czechia, United Kingdom, Italy and Spain), and thereby attempts to respect specific conditions and characteristic data in individual countries. Aside from framing member states within the global map of international migration, the manual also contains an overview of basic migration vocabulary, including meanings, and a discussion of the migratory discourse in local media. The MLG is concerned with the personality of the journalist and her/his influence on the image of foreigners and international migration in the media. The MLG also attends to the question of approaching marginal topics, or how a topic can be chosen and conveyed in an ethical way. Furthermore, it deals with challenges that appear to lie in the actual work of the journalist with a migrant, and their method of contacting and communicating with her/him.
This short film is a collection of interviews carried out by Face2Face participants that the F2F Migrant Mash Up Event. Attendees of the public event were asked questions about their experience of the Mash Up Event and how they experienced the F2F project and migration and diversity in the UK so far.
Soul responsibility lies with the author and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.
The Face2Face Project is co-financed by the EU through the European Integration Fund.
In Italy, as in other European countries, public transports are overcrowded by people of different communities.
But how this sort of “forced cohabitation” is felt by host community members and third countries nationals daily travelling by bus, train or underground? May public transports be a place of possible interaction and integration?
Some of the “Face2Face” participants in Italy found out answers to this questions interviewing some passengers of the bus line 90-91 of Milan, one of the most populated by migrants and citizens in the 24 hours.
Click here to look at the video and listen to the opinions they have collected:
Potřebuje Evropa společnou migrační a integrační politiku? Fungují “rychlá řešení” navrhovaná euroskeptiky? Co znamenají migranti pro Evropu z ekonomického hlediska – ztrátu nebo přínos?
Does Europe need a common migration and integration policy? Are “quick fixes” proposed by eurosceptics working? What do migrants mean to Europe in economic terms – a loss or benefit?
The new Blog FACE2FACEITALIA created during the Social Media & Blogging Training within the project “Face2Face”, will be presented on Monday, October 7th 2013 in Bergamo, at the Azienda Bergamasca Formazione.
It is thanks to the initiative of some participants into the Social Media & Blogging Technique course, that Cesvi decided to open a Face2Face blog in Italian, in order to allow the “aspiring bloggers” to put into practice what they had previously learned, experiencing the blog creation and management.
To fight racism, xenophobia and intolerance, and to promote a multi-ethnic, multicultural, open and democratic society, a task force is needed, involving associations, local and national institutions in the development and application of a shared strategy.
This is the goal of the first National Action Plan against Racism, Xenophobia and Intolerance prepared by UNAR (Anti-Racism National Office), launched on July 29th by the Minister for Integration Cècile Kienge.
There are more than 47 million people living in Europe Union who were born out of EU. It is about 10 percent of the population. In the Czech Republic foreigners make about 4 percent of the population. The year 2013 was declared as the European year of the citizens. In relation to it, we should seek to answer question what the position of migrants in the EU is and whether they do have the same opportunities as other citizens. And if in the context of the changing structure of our society we should not also rethink the definition of citizenship and citizens.
Liquid modernity and new economic challenges have surely extended the concept of “immigration”: this term has acquired many different gradations of meaning, and nowadays it represents the main input for social changes in our cities. Immigration has become one of the key topics in governments’ agenda: even though there are still many different approaches about the matter in Europe, it surely can’t be politically ignored.
Migration and integration issues are highly relevant socially, politically and economically speaking. Populism and immigration, for example, have always had a solid relationship in the political scenario and in the media.