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 –… read more
AMARC joined the 6th Conference of the Radio Research Section of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), which was held in the lovely setting of the University of Siena (Italy), on September 19-21. Several interesting keynote speeches and pieces of research have been presented, highlighting the variety and vivacity of the radio sector across and beyond Europe. The first keynote… read more
The program for the close-up conference “Radio Archives in European Community Media” at Radio CORAX in Halle/Saale (Germany) is out now!
Please check here to download the PDF.
Radio Corax invites you to register your participation at the conference till the end of May. The conference is free of charge. There will be German and English translation. If you are interested to… read more
June 4 and 5, 2015, at the University of Perpignan Via Domitia.
An invitation to question the boundaries of radio and examine its use in all fields. The conference is organised by the University’s laboratory CRESEM and the Groupe de Recherches et d\’Etudes sur la Radio (GRER) in consultation with the Radio Studies Network of MeCCSA and the HERA-funded Transnational… read more
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… read more
A few days ago took place in Maribor (Slovenia) the 25th Anniversary of Radio MARŠ, one of the existing community radio stations in the country. The Board of Directors of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters in Europe (AMARC EU), as well as its regional coordinator, were invited to participate in the conference entitled \”The participatory media in… read more
Staff, volunteers, delegates and partners of the Syndicat National de Radio Libre will be meeting in Paris on Wednesday 19 November 2014, for three days of networking, discussion, and training as part of their 10th Conference. The aim of the encounter is to share new goals and open new horizons for associative radio in France, as well as to identify the best practice among its… read more
Between 6th and 9th of November, the German Community Media Conference organized by the Bundesverband Freier Radios (BFR) took place in Potsdam. Broadcasters around Europe took part in debates, workshops and panel discussions around the exchanging of ideas and practices in relation to communication policies, free broadcasting, technological tools and citizens´ involvement in community media. For more information on the panels, the content of the discussions or final conclusions,… read more
(l-r) Vincent Browne (Journalist) , Frank Connolly (Journalist/ SIPTU) & Harry Browne (Journalist and lecturer in the School of Media DIT).
On Saturday 29th March, Craol held its first Media Literacy Conference.
The event focused on a number of different issues related to the importance of media literacy, including the relationship between democracy and media literacy, media ownership… read more
Transnational, Transgender, Transmedia, Transversal, Transforming, Transgressive, Transcultural
Montpellier, France, May 16/19 2012
1. Break down the binary: whoever you are, it’s time to come out!
AMARC Europe will hold the conference, “TransRadio”, in Montpellier, France, 16-19 of May 2012. The event will offer an opportunity for more than one hundred community radio broadcasters from more than 25 countries… read more