Awards & Prizes
CIVIS Media Prize: Migration, Integration and Cultural Diversity. PDF Print

Deadline: 21 January 2020

The CIVIS MEDIA PRIZE 2020 is now accepting submissions.

Screen_Shot_2019-12-09_at_12.49.27_PMEuropean programmes exploring the topics of migration, integration and cultural diversity are invited to enter.

A new addition to the 2020 competition is the topic of democratic culture – with a particular focus on the fault lines of an integrative society, the media representation of socially neglected groups, growing inequality or the failure to accept the immigration society as a given.

CIVIS again recognizes the best programme contributions in film, television, radio and the Internet, which are particularly suitable for the promotion of the peaceful coexistence of people of different geographic or cultural backgrounds.

CIVIS is also concerned with the further development of our democratic, integrative and culturally diverse society. CIVIS is taking a stand against authoritarian, nationalist developments: against racism, discrimination, and xenophobia. 

By awarding prizes to exemplary programmes, journalists and media professionals are encouraged to present the reality of life in the immigration society in all their programmes, without denying its conflicts. It is about equivalence, recognition and participation in social opportunities, regardless of national, ethnic or religious origin. The price structure of the CIVIS Media Awards 2020 is even more clearly assigned to the AUDIO and VIDEO segments.


Please find our conditions of participation online at:
www.civismedia.eu/downloads/2020_CIVIS_conditions_of_participation.pdf

Your registration for the competition must be made online
www.civismedia.eu

Invitation to the competition as download:
www.civismedia.eu/downloads/2020_CIVIS_Media_Prize_Competition.pdf

 
Announcement: Rose-Marie Farinella Awarded Top Honour in France PDF Print

17 July 2019

Country: France

IMG_0567Media and Information Literacy Educator Rose-Marie Farinella is being honoured with the “Legion of Honour” award this week, the highest order in France.

A journalist-turned-teacher, Farinella is known throughout the education world for her fight against “fake news” and innovative ways to educate children as young as ten years old in how to identify information, verify the sources, and understand the context of online news media. She developed her curriculum for over five years, and has been recognized at the SaferInternet4EU, UNESCO's Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy Week in Kingston, Jamaica, the National Congress of Digital Culture and MIL in Lyon, France, the Innovative Teacher’s Forum in Paris, France, and the French Annual Congress for Journalism in Tours, France.

 
Call for Entries: CIVIS Media Prize 2019 PDF Print

Deadline: 21 January 2019

Region: Europe

Screen_Shot_2018-12-06_at_1.55.25_PMCIVIS again recognizes programme contributions on the radio, film, television and the Internet, which are particularly suitable for the promotion of the peaceful coexistence of people of different geographic or cultural backgrounds. This year there is an additional prize for a project titled "Football and Integration" which will be awarded in cooperation with the DFB (German Football Association).

All radio and television broadcasting companies, production companies, streaming services and website providers in the European Union and Switzerland are eligible to compete. Journalism schools are also eligible to submit students' work, so long as it was broadcast or published between the dates of 24 January 2018 and 24 January 2019. For more information about submissions, click here.

 

 
Call for Entries: Make the Internet A Better Place PDF Print

Deadline: 30 November 2018

Region: Europe

GTTO_MDI_-_Fight_Hate_Meme_Contest_websiteHelp us make the Internet a better place! As part of Global Media and Information Literacy week, we are working on a new project alongside our partner Get the Trolls Out, and we want to hear from you.

Do you create videos, infographics, GIFs or memes? Are you passionate about making social media a more inclusive, and tolerant space? The Media Diversity Institute (MDI) is looking for original content that promotes awareness of anti-religious media content and demonstrates creative ways of to combat religious intolerance online.

 
CIVIS Media Prize 2018 PDF Print

Deadline: 20 January 2018

Region: EU and Switzerland

CIVIS_2018CIVIS Media Foundation is calling applicants for CIVIS Media Prize 2018 to send their best radio, film and TV programmes as well as websites and webvideos on the theme of integration and cultural diversity. Closing date to apply for CIVIS Media Prize is 20 January 2018, while conditions of participation can be found here.

Production companies may directly submit to the competition. Webvideos on integration and cultural diversity may be submitted by residents of the European Union and Switzerland.

 
CIVIS Media Prize for Integration and Cultural Diversity 2017 PDF Print

Deadline: 20 January 2017

Region: European Union and Switzerland

CIVIS_2017CIVIS Media Prize 2017 competition is on. The best radio, film and TV programmes as well as websites and web videos on the theme of integration and cultural diversity have to be sent by 20 January 2017.

CIVIS again recognizes programme contributions on the radio, film, television and the Internet, which are particularly suitable for the promotion of the peaceful coexistence of people of different geographic or cultural backgrounds. Reports, documentaries, coverage, features, films or cartoons can be submitted to the European Competition. All formats and genres are permitted.

 
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