Through New Neighbours, MDI is training civil society organisations to run their own campaigns as well as to effectively communicate with journalists to spread constructive stories about migrants and refugees.
Within New Neighbours, CMFE is training community media to develop new intercultural and multilingual productions, based on the good-practice examples of the Spaces of Inclusion study
Subject Woman is an intersectional feminist program offering a platform for dialogue and exchange to women of different nationalities, backgrounds and religions. Elena Smirnova and
Thanks to New Neighbours, Public Service Media members of EBU have networked with civil society, NGOs and community media across Europe to prepare and promote the third series of the New Neighbours Documentaries. Find out more about the national meetings organised by COSPE, as well as about all learning, training and capacity-building exchanges that are taking place
Three training workshops are taking place in September and October in the framework of the EU-funded project New Neighbours. The CMFE workshops aim to empower
OKTO TV and Radio ORANGE 94.0 hosted New Neighbours editors in Vienna for 3 days of training and production at the end of November 2019. ORANGE 94.0 is one
On Thursday, the European Broadcasting Union will screen two documentaries from the New Neighbours series. Both films examine the project’s core themes: how do refugees and migrants
Besides the Country Reports and Interviews on Media and Migration developed by COMMIT in cooperation with local researchers for New Neighbours, we have collected several useful studies and resources – for journalists and for all those interested in changing the narrative around migration
Colleagues and partner organisations are involved in projects promoting inclusion and intercultural dialogue
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People Between the Lines – A Handbook on Migration for (Future) Journalists focuses on developing a critical approach in handling topics connected to migration, migrants, and the coexistence of majorities and the so-called new minorities in media.