The UNESCO has announced this year’s topic for the World Radio Day: Diversity.

“Radio is a powerful medium for celebrating humanity in all its diversity and constitutes a platform for democratic discourse. At the global level, radio remains the most widely consumed medium. This unique ability to reach out the widest audience means radio can shape a society’s experience of diversity, stand as an arena for all voices to speak out, be represented and heard. Radio stations should serve diverse communities, offering a wide variety of programs, viewpoints and content, and reflect the diversity of audiences in their organizations and operations. “

For more information visit the World Radio Day websiteici

AMARC Europe is part of the second phase of theSoundRoutesproject. The SoundRoutes initiative provides an opportunity for international musicians, who emigrated to Europe to perform within local communities and in collaboration with local artists. Several musical concepts were designed with the objective of supporting their integration into the social and professional environment of the host community. The Creative Europe programme of the European Commission approved the second phase of the Soundroutes project that will go on until the end of 2020.

The second phase of the SoundRoutes project will foresee the following actions:

  1. 38 sessions of local co-creation’s incubators of transcultural music in Berlin, Bologna, Sevilla and Gent.
  2. Mobility program for 70 musicians (50 refugees/migrant and 20 European) in Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium and Greece
  3. 30 Masteclasses for musicians and workshops for youngsters held by refugees and migrant musicians.
  4. A SoundRoutes booking agency
  5. A Soundroutes online platform and web-portal

The project is co-ordinated byBrauerei Wissmannstraße e.V. – Werkstatt der Kulturen(Berlin/GER) and collaborates withAssociazione Bologna in Musica(Bologna/ITA), Vzw De Vergunning (Gent/BEL), “Marmaduke S” (Sevilla/ESP) ,AMARC Europe(Brussels/BEL) andChios Music Festival(Chios/GRE).

For more information visitsoundroutes.eu

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AMARC Europe Newsletter 01/2020

Dear AMARC Europe members, colleagues and friends,

Please accept the warmest greetings from the AMARC Europe team and we wish you a Happy New Year and hope you had a good start for 2020.

2019 has been a busy year, but also 2020 will have a lot of opportunities for us to continue our work for, with and by community radios in Europe and beyond.

We are entering the final phase of the Grassroots Wavelengthsprojet et prévoient actuellement des activités d'apprentissage et de diffusion pour les membres de l'AMARC pour discuter des résultats et des enseignements tirés de la création des radios communautaires en Irlande, la Roumanie et le Portugal au cours du projet. Nous continuons notre travail avec le INTELLIGENT projet Erasmus + sur l'éducation aux médias dans le tiers secteur des médias. En collaboration avec nos partenaires de l'Irlande, la Hongrie, Pays basque, l'Allemagne et l'Autriche, nous organiserons la prochaine formation des pilotes SMART pour les médias communautaires formateurs en Mars à Vienne et un forum d'échange sur l'éducation aux médias pour le secteur des médias communautaires, les partenaires et les personnes intéressées. En tant que partenaires de la Soundroutes projets nous attendons avec impatience en 2020 pour fournir une occasion pour les musiciens internationaux, qui ont émigré en Europe pour effectuer au sein des communautés locales et en collaboration avec des artistes locaux et lier l'expérience acquise dans les secteurs des médias communautaires.

Outre les projets en cours et les nouvelles de notre équipe est engagée dans, un événement important pour l'Europe est en avance AMARC nous: l'Assemblée générale AMARC en Europe 2020. La planification initiale a commencé, et nous sommes heureux d'avoir trouvé avec CRAOL (Irlande) un partenaire pour notre PROCHAINS Assemblée générale qui aura lieu à l'automne 2020 en Irlande. D'autres informations suivront bientôt.

Avant de l'AG 2020, nous continuerons d'accroître les efforts pour mettre en valeur et souligner le travail et l'impact des membres et l'Europe AMARC l'ensemble du secteur des médias communautaires en Europe a. Par conséquent, nous avons lancé notre nouveau site web avec de nombreuses nouvelles fonctionnalités pour les membres, y compris une carte de membre, des forums de discussion internes et de nouvelles fonctionnalités de change. Dans un avenir proche, vous entendrez plus à ce sujet.

Nous attendons avec impatience une année bien remplie avec beaucoup de chances de travailler ensemble, échanger et éventuellement rencontrer lors de l'Assemblée générale à l'automne 2020. L'équipe vous souhaite l'Europe AMARC un bon départ pour 2020.

Alexander Duke
AMARC Europe
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AMARC Europe Projets et activités

AMARC l'Europe lance un nouveau site

Nous sommes heureux d'annoncer le lancement du nouveau site web et de l'Europe AMARC vous présenter quelques-unes des nouvelles fonctionnalités sur le site.



L'idée principale derrière le relancement du site était de simplifier et mettre à jour la structure complète du site et le rendre plus facile pour vous de trouver le contenu pertinent pour vous et accéder aux informations du site.

Aperçu du projet


Par conséquent, nous avons créé une section de projet distinct. Dans cette section, vous trouverez des résumés et des articles pertinents sur les projets en cours et l'Europe AMARC passé. De l'avis de projet détaillé, vous trouverez des informations sur le projet, les objectifs du projet, les partenaires, la durée et les principaux résultats du projet.



Carte membre


La section membre est la cartographie de tous les membres, les organisations, les individus et les partenaires Europe AMARC collabore avec. Dans une prochaine étape, la carte sera l'outil de recherche majeur pour divers domaines d'expertise dans le secteur des médias communautaires européenne en tant que moteur de recherche et élaboré une liste détaillée et un outil d'information sera mis en œuvre dans la carte de membre. Si vous souhaitez figurer sur la carte entrer en contact avec nous via contact@amarceurope.eu ou par l'intermédiaire du registre formulaire d'adhésion.



AMARC Europe, espace membre


As registered AMARC Europe members you will be able to enter the member forum to exchange with other members and get access to resources from various areas interesting for our sector. You will also be able to communicate directly with other members and AMARC Europe staff via your and their profile, update your contact information and details and share your experiences from your media house with the AMARC Europe family. We are looking forward to your inputs and will help you to get started in the AMARC Europe member area.



In addition, we are at the moment setting up an individual and common AMARC Europe cloud for resources for, from and by the community media sector and a collaborative online tools e.g. common working spaces for documents and files. If you want to get to know more on the member area, please do not hesitate to get in touch via contact@amarceurope.eu

Featured Content from AMARC Europe members

Last but not least, we are looking forward to your content for the new AMARC Europe website and we hope that we will be able to share your stories and experiences from the European community media sector on the new AMARC Europe platform. So, if you are an AMARC Europe member get in touch if you want your articles, project reports, picture galleries, podcasts or programs to be featured on our website and our other communication channels.
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International Community Mediascape

Thème de la Journée mondiale des radiocommunications 2020 annoncé

The UNESCO has announced this year’s topic for the World Radio Day: Diversity.

“Radio is a powerful medium for celebrating humanity in all its diversity and constitutes a platform for democratic discourse. At the global level, radio remains the most widely consumed medium. This unique ability to reach out the widest audience means radio can shape a society’s experience of diversity, stand as an arena for all voices to speak out, be represented and heard. Radio stations should serve diverse communities, offering a wide variety of programs, viewpoints and content, and reflect the diversity of audiences in their organizations and operations. “


For more information visit the World Radio Day website ici

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Les mises en candidature pour le Prix mondial de l'UNESCO Liberté de la presse 2020

UNESCO is seeking nominations for UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize 2020.

This Prize was established by UNESCO’s Executive Board, in 1997, in honour of Guillermo Cano, a Colombian journalist who died in the exercise of his profession. Its purpose is to reward each year a person, organization or institution that has made a notable contribution to the defence and/or promotion of press freedom anywhere in the world, especially if risks have been involved.

Awarded annually, on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day (3 May), the Prize is marked by a ceremony and the winner is presented with the sum of US$25,000. In 2020, the Prize is scheduled to be awarded on 23 April.

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Nico Carpentier: Video of Lecture “The Alternative Economies of Community Media”

Nico Carpentier held a lecture with the title “The Alternative Economies of Community Media” at the E-Com Lab 2019 at the UAB (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) in Barcelona. Carpentier focuses his lecture on four key concepts 1) community mediagive a service to the community 2) aspects of civil society come into play 3) community media work differently fromtraditional media and 4) community media are rhizomatically organised and are part of a broader civil society et al complex.

You can watch the complete lecture ici.
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In our last newsletter we reported on the decision of the Hungarian Media Council to not re-issue the licence for the Community Radio Civil Radio in Budapest. Findicithe full statement of Civil Radio on the decision of the Media Council.

Civil Radio will challenge the decision! Read here the new statement on the next steps:

"We take our case to the court”

Civil Radio has never been one of the leading media. Rather, its importance and significance have been achieved by speaking about those who have been rarely broadcast by other media. We are producing programmes for and with those who have not been given the opportunity elsewhere. It is painful for us to see a poorer media space without our broadcast in the air.

Our voice stays, and we do not want to remain silent. We will not give up the possibility to broadcast at a frequency. After December 21, 2019, our programs will continue to be heard on the Internet. We do our best to preserve the uniqueness of our sound and develop the surfaces through which our listeners can surely reach us.

We will not reconcile ourselves to the decision of the Media Council. We file a lawsuit to prove in the court that, although the decision was lawfully made , it is still disproportionate and unfair. The first phase of the legal proceedings does not promise a quick outcome, withdrawal of the decision seems illusory. However, in a longer process, we will point out that the current biased media regulation makes our voice weak and prevents us from the practice of an objective approach. We will give evidence that a more balanced and fair media law can bring a freer country, more truthful information for the public.

Legal representation of Civil Radio is provided byThe Hungarian Civil Liberties Union(TASZ) with the professional cooperation ofMertek Media Monitor.

We trust that Civil Radio will have frequency, and in the meantime we will continue to broadcast with fresh content and new shows:www.civilradio.hu

We sincerely thank all those who help, support Civil Radio, who are with us, listen to us. Stay with us!

Radio civile

On 21.10.2019 the Day of Feminist Radio took place for the second time in a row. Following the international radio conference Claim The Waves in Zurich, Switzerland 2018, this radio- and editorial-spanning day of action was jointly celebrated by 8 free radio stations in German-speaking countries. This year, already 16 radio stations have broadcast the Feministischer Radiotag in whole or in part. The 24h programme featured contributions from a total of 19 radios, projects and editorial offices.

This year, bermudafunk (Mannheim/Heidelberg, D), Radio blau (Leipzig, D), Radio Dreyeckland (Freiburg i.Br./D), Radio Helsinki (Graz, A), Radio LoRa (Zurich, CH), onda/npla, FREIRAD (Innsbruck, A), Radio Orange 94,0 (Vienna, A), Radio Corax (Halle, S..) took part in the Feminist Radio Day 2019, D), Radio T (Chemnitz, D), Free Radio Neumünster (D), Datscha Radio (Berlin, D), frrapó (Potsdam, D), Radio Slubfurt (Frankfurt/O.), Radio Z (Nuremberg, D), Radio LOHRO (Rostock, D), Wüste Welle (Tübingen/ Reutlingen, D), WINGS (North America.

Although there are historical precursor projects of this kind of networking and joint broadcasting, e.g. Interconneciones, unfortunately much knowledge has been lost over the years. This may be due not least to the frequent changes of participants typical for free community radios and alternative projects.

The next international conference Claim The Waves will take place from 9 to12 July 2020 in Vienna, Austria. The supporting programme will include a feminist radio programme for 100 hours, for which an Open Call will also be published at the beginning of 2020.

Anyone who knows more about the history of feminist radio days, has contacts, documentaries, etc. is cordially invited to share these with us in order to be able to continue such important networking projects in the best possible way and not let them sink into oblivion.

Interested parties can subscribe to the CTW information list, the contact details can be found on the website, as well as a more detailed documentation, which will be published in the next few days:http://claimthewaves.noblogs.org