AMARC Europe à la réunion EPRA à Edimbourg mai 2017

Community media were invited by EPRA to take part in their meeting in Edinburgh 17th to 19th of May 2017 and present community media initiatives focused on media literacy. The invitation took place after lobbying by AMARC and CMFE in Dublin, and AMARC president, Michael Nicolai, President of AMARC Europe, represented community media with the support of CMFE as one of the speakers on the

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Le discursive-Matériel Knot. Chypre dans les conflits et les médias communautaires Participation

One of the friends of community media in the academic world, Nico Carpentier, has just published a new book looking into the role and experience of Community Media in conflict resolution in Cyprus. Innumerous scholars—Cypriots and non-Cypriots alike—have taken on the study of the Cyprus conflict and the attempts of its transformation into a more peaceful and nonmilitarized situation. But never before

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L'engagement des jeunes dans les médias communautaires: Une étude des processus d'apprentissage dans la radio communautaire en Espagne

Isabel Lema Blanco, AMARC Europa, CUAC FM, Universidade da 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. Ambition The aim of the project is

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Programme de travail EPRA pour 2017 adopté

Suite à une phase de consultation, le Conseil d'administration a approuvé le EPRA programme de travail final à la fin de Janvier 2017 Bruxelles. Ce programme de travail annuel, qui expose les priorités de l'EPRA et travail prévu pour 2017, a été préparé par l'assemblage des suggestions des autorités membres recueillies suite à un appel de sujets. Les deux séances plénières en 2017 auront lieu

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La situation juridique du secteur espagnol des médias communautaires

The Community Media Sector has been developed in Spain since the 80s. However, Community Media legal recognition occurred 20 years later, when the State approved the new Audiovisual Communication General Law 7/2010, of March 31, 2010 . Over six years have passed and no one community radio has been awarded with a broadcasting license. Despite the requests made by the ReMC

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