We are happy to announce the launch of the new AMARC Europe website and to introduce you to some of the new features on the website. The main idea behind the relaunch of the website was to simplify and update the complete structure of the website and make it easier for you find the relevant content for you and access information from the… Lee mas
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 on 11 December 2019. \”The lecture first discussed the nature of community media, using the four approaches model (see Carpentier, Lie & Servaes, 2003; Carpentier, 2017) to community media as starting… Lee mas
AMARC Europe is part of the second phase of the SoundRoutes project. 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… Lee mas
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. Find here the 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… Lee mas
Grassroots Radio has been presented at the Ethnographies of Collaborative Economi(es) Conference, which took place in Edinburgh (UK) on October 25, 2019. Mariacristina Sciannamblo (AMARC Europe) discussed the paper titled “Co-designing collaborative care work through ethnography”, co-authored with Roberto Cibin (M-ITI), Petra Žišt (M-ITI), Chris Csíkszentmíhalyi (M-ITI), and Maurizio Teli (Aalborg University). The paper addresses a number of issues –… Lee mas
Last week the Budapest based community radio CIVIL RÁDIÓ – FM 98 received the negative decision of the Hungarian Media Council on their re-application for their broadcasting licence. In a first statement Civil Radio reacts to the decision of the Media Council with the words . “Our voice is the same, and we do not want to be silenced. We will be expelled… Lee mas
SMART (Specific Methodologies And Resources for Radio Trainers) is addressed to radio trainers in community media and offers selected and valid training exercises and methods even to specific target groups to create radio trainings. It was about producing a training tool that would prevail over time, and no disappear at the end of the project. SMART on-line tool brings together the training… Lee mas
Today is International Feminist Radioday! The International Feminist Radioday today will feature over 24 hours of feminist content from over 12 editorial teams in 3 german-speaking countries. The broadcasts will include content against the patriarchy with feminist music, interviews, stories, features, shows and discussions. Why do we need a feminist radioday? According to a study by the ZHAW less than 39% of the… Lee mas
On 7 and 8 October 2019 AMARC Europe hosted the last meeting of the Ethical Media for Active Citizenship (EMAC) project in its office in Brussels. The project will conclude on 31 October 2019, and currently partners are uploading the activities and the rest of the materials on the online training tool. All documents and resources will be available in German… Lee mas
AMARC Europe reacted to the amendment of the Austrian private broadcasting fund with a statement. Read the full statement in English below or download the statement in English or German To Austrian Federal Ministry European Union, Art, Culture and Media Ballhausplatz 2 1010 Vienna Austria Brussels, 23rd May 2019 Increase of the Private Broadcasting Fund and Amendment of the KommAustria Act of 6 May 2019 Dear Mr Blümel, Dear Federal Government… Lee mas
Más dinero para las emisoras privadas de Austria. Sin embargo, ¿por qué sólo para las emisoras comerciales?
In May 2019 the Austrian government increased the funding for the private media sector by € 5 million. However, this substantial increase will solely benefit the commercial private media sector – the funding for the community media sector remains the same. AMARC Europe invited Josef Seethaler to discuss the impact of these changes on the Austrian Community… Lee mas
In 2018, Radio CORAX and the Goethe-Institut have launched an international fellowship program for radio art. Being the first artist residence program of its kind throughout Europe, the Radio Art Residency invites artists from non-German speaking countries two times a year for a period of three months to reside in the non-commercial local Radio CORAX in Halle (Saale), Germany…. Lee mas
Radio Študent is a non-profit, urban community radio station, established by the Student Organisation of the University of Ljubljana on the 9th of May in 1969, as a direct result of the student movements in the 60s. As such, it is one of the oldest and strongest community radio stations in Europe, with over 200 regular student and non-student… Lee mas
Community radio stations must incorporate the gender perspective in their organisational structures and content, as indicated in paragraph \”J\” of the Beijing Platform for Action
Consejo de Europa reconoce los medios de comunicación comunitarios con el nuevo folleto y micrositio
The Council of Europe recognises the value of community media as a source of local content, cultural and linguistic diversity, media pluralism, social inclusion and intercultural dialogue. It endorses the commitment of community media to media and information literacy, through the development of critical and creative thinking and active participation in media content production. You can now… Lee mas
El Comité de Ministros del Consejo de Europa adoptó el 7 de marzo, la Recomendación CM / Rec (2018) 1  del Comité de Ministros a los Estados miembros sobre el pluralismo y la transparencia de la propiedad de los medios
After the Declaration on the role of community media in promoting social cohesion and intercultural dialogue which was adopted in 2009, this is the first recommendation referring to… Lee mas
The Council of Europe publication entitled “Spaces of Inclusion – An explorative study on needs of refugees and migrants in the domain of media communication and on responses by community media” has been prepared by experts of the COMMIT Community Media Institute in Austria. It was presented by COMMIT at the final “Media against Hate” workshop in Brussels on… Lee mas
The official Conference on Migration and Media Awareness 2017 video and photos are now available, together with other documentation on their website.
The Conference on Migration and Media Awareness 2017 was the first ever dialogue of Media Practitioners, Policy Makers, Activists and Newcomers (Refugees/Migrants).
The CMMA 2017 is a two-day conference jointly organized by Refugee Radio Awareness Network, Arbeitsgemeinschaft Radio e.V and… Lee mas
AMARC Europa apoya plenamente CUAC FM en su conflicto con la autoridad reguladora y llama a todas las partes a apoyar los derechos humanos y los medios de comunicación libres.
LLAMADA A LA ACCIÓN: POR FAVOR FIRME EL MANIFIESTO AQUÍ!
Con esta declaración nuestro objetivo es defender el ejercicio de la libertad de expresión a través de cualquier medio, especialmente los medios de comunicación de la comunidad.
Las radios comunitarias son sin fines de lucro, plural y espacios independientes ... Lee mas
participación de los jóvenes en los medios de comunicación comunitarios: Un estudio de los procesos de aprendizaje en la radio comunitaria en España
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Isabel Lema blanca, AMARC Europa, cuac FM, Universidad de A Coruña.
This article presents the results of the research project, «Youth and third sector communication in Spain»[i] conducted in 2014-2015 by fourteen researchers, members of the RICCAP research network[ii]. The project was granted by the Queen Sofia Centre for Adolescents and Young People.
The aim of… Lee mas
El 7 y 8 de diciembre de 2015 las partes interesadas, incluyendo la Alianza Global de Medios y miembros (GAMAG) el género, las organizaciones de las Naciones Unidas, representantes de alto nivel del gobierno, organizaciones de desarrollo regionales e internacionales, el sector privado, las organizaciones de medios de comunicación y organizaciones de la sociedad civil se reunieron en el Palacio de las Naciones en Ginebra para dialogar sobre la necesidad de cooperación para el desarrollo internacional sobre género y medios de comunicación.
This meeting was organized by UNESCO… Lee mas
The South Asia Network for Community Media (SANCOM) was formally launched on February 13, 2015 at the World Radio Day event in New Delhi, India, organized jointly by UNESCO and the Commonwealth Educational Media Centre in Asia (CEMCA).
Launching the virtual network of SANCOM (https://www.sancomonline.net), Mr. Shigeru Aoyagi, the Director and UNESCO Representative to Bhutan, India, Maldives and Sri Lanka,… Lee mas
You can find now the audios of February of the campaign \”On the road to Beijing +20\” at the International Secretariat\’s web of AMARC. This month three countries are the protagonists: Canada (\”Féminisme d\’hier, égalité d\’aujourd\’hui?\”), Tunisia (\”La voilà journaliste\”) and Indonesia (\”Stop domestic violence for a better future\”).
This campaign is part of the agreement of the World Association… Lee mas
Community Media Solutions – 26-28 February 2015, Rabat, Morocco
The fourth Aswatona conference on community media in the Arab world, will take place in the Moroccan capital, Rabat, 26-28 February 2015, under the theme \’All Our Voices\’, in partnership with \”Forum des Alternatives Maroc (FMAS)\”. The three day annual event will provide community broadcasters with an opportunity to network and advocate… Lee mas
La referencia de los medios comunitarios en el contrato de coalición alemán podría fortalecer la posición de la radio comunitaria en Alemania
May, 2014. In the federal system of Germany media law is in the hand of the state government and not of the federal government. The result of this regulation is that every state has its own media law and some have a regulation that allows community media but some don\’t. Under this aspect the declaration of the governing coalition… Lee mas