The aim of New Neighbours is to highlight the positive social and economic contributions made by migrants and refugees throughout communities across Europe. By promoting direct participation in media production and intercultural dynamics, it is hoped to foster tolerance and acceptance for migrants and refugees in EU member states.
The Department of Social, Political and Cognitive Sciences of the University of Siena, Italy will host the New Neighbours Community Outreach Workshop from September 18 to 20, in conjunction
New Neighbours presents a series of fact sheets that local researchers have created for the project in cooperation with COMMIT. These reports provide fact-based insights
Public service broadcasters from throughout Europe have met to share their rough-cut films for the EU-funded New Neighbours project. The meeting, hosted by the EBU’s
The study report “Journalism in an age of populism and polarization: lesson from Italian debate in Italy” , is now available online. The study was