Language: Dutch (Resources)

Article: A qualitative study about the position of foreign journalists in print media / Een kwalitatieve studie naar de positie van de allochtone journalist binnen de geschreven media (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, Dutch, diversity, media ethics and diversity, study/report, print [EN] A study that came from the question why there work so few foreign journalists in the Dutch media. Several other studies talked about a ‘white’ editorial-culture. Much is written about the foreign journalist but not much from the view from the foreign journalist themselves. Furthermore the study will create some kind of career-sketch on the foreign journalists that did find a job in the Dutch print media.

Article: A world of diversity, also in the media? / Een wereld van diversiteit, ook in de media?

Keywords: All regions, Dutch, media ethics & diversity, article, resources for media, print [DU] De wereld verandert, daarom veranderen onze magazines ook.” Die ferme stelling wordt even toegepast op de toegenomen culturele diversiteit in de wereld van vandaag en morgen. Twee journalistes correspondeerden erover: Soaade Messoudi, redactrice bij Wereldwijd Magazine, en Khadija Magardie, een Zuid-Afrikaanse journaliste die het afgelopen jaar twee reportages publiceerde in hetzelfde blad. [EN] The world changes, that’s why our magazines are as well. For now, this proposition is being applied on the growing cultural diversity in the world today and tomorrow. Two journalists coresponded about it; Soaade messoudi, editor of the Worldwide Magazine and Khadija Magardie, a South african journalist that published two articles in the same magazine.   A world of diversity, also in the media [DU].doc  

Article: Almost 25 years of Media and Minority policy / Bijna 25 jaar media- en minderhedenbeleid (in Dutch only)

Keywords: Western Europe, The Netherlands, Dutch, diversity in general, guideline, media ethics and diversity, resource for all, print [DU] Een overzicht van de geschiedenis en de hedendaagse situatie van de Nederlandse media en minderheden beleid. [EN] An overview of the history and the current situation of the media and minorities policies in the Dutch media.   Almost 25 years of Media and Minority policy [DU].pdf  

Article: An important sport, okay but for whom? / Een belangrijke sport, okay. Maar voor wie? (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, The Netherlands, Dutch, diversity, media ethic and diversity, article, resource for media, print [DU] Gedurende de Olympische Spelen bracht de NOS ruim twee weken zestien uur televisie vanuit Athene. Ga er maar aanstaan als redactie. Welke afwegingen maak je bij de selectie van sportbeelden? Kleiduivenschieten, beachvolleybal, honkbal, synchroonzwemmen, gewichtheffen of toch maar atletiek? In het artikel met de kop ‘Het chauvinisme van Studio Sport’, dat afgelopen dinsdag in de Volkskrant verscheen, was de leidende vraag: laat Studio Sport zich teveel leiden door chauvinisme? Nee, meent Maarten Nooter, hoofdredacteur van Studio Sport. Om vervolgens uit de doeken te doen welke drie vragen dagelijks ten grondslag liggen aan de dagelijkse uitzendingen van de Olympische Spelen op Nederland 2. 1. Is het een belangrijke sport? 2. Doet er een Nederlander mee? 3. Valt er een beslissing? [EN] An article by Ed Klute, the director of Mira Media about the broadcasting of the NOS during the Olympics in Athens.  The leading question; Is NOS Studio Sport too chauvinistic? Why do they decide to focus on one particular sport rather than another? Do they keep in account our growing population-group with a non-Dutch background?  An important sport, okay but for whom [DU].doc    

Article: Babel’s Table / Babel’s Table (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, Tthe Netherlands, Dutch, television program, multiculturalism, visual, social diversity models, media organization EN] The new season of MTNL’s television show Babel’s Table goes on with their search for guests that will make a change in the Dutch future. The guests at the table are of course multicultural and interesting because of their duality.  (Don’t call me a foreigner though you shouldn’t forget that I am foreign!) The show is looking for new faces of people that you won’t see daily in other programs of the public channels in The Netherlands. De conversations are alternated with several items or columns. [DU] In het nieuwe jaar gaat het MTNL programma de tafel van Babel door met de zoektocht naar gasten die voor de toekomst van Nederland het verschil uitmaken. De gasten aan de tafel van Babel zijn vanzelfsprekend multicultureel en interessant vanwege hun dubbelheid (Benoem mij nooit als allochtoon maar vergeet niet dat ik allochtoon ben!).  Het programma is nadrukkelijk op zoek naar nieuwe gezichten of mensen die je niet dagelijks tegenkomt in de programma’s van de publieke omroepen. De gesprekken worden afgewisseld met verschillende items of rubrieken http://detafelvanbabel.mtnl.nl  

Article: Clear signs / Heldere signalen (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, the Netherlands, Dutch, ethnicity, media ethics and diversity, report, resource for trainers, NGOs and media, print. [DU] Wat vinden mediaprofessionals met een niet Nederlandse achtergrond van de ontwikkelingen in hun herkomstlanden? Hoe groot is hun betrokkenheid daarbij, en op welke wijze komt dat in hun media tot uiting?  Dat was de vraag waar de deelnemers aan de studiedag ‘heldere signalen’ zich bogen op 11 juni. De studiedag was georganiseerd in het kader van het project Mediam’Rad. Belangrijkste conclusies: de belangstelling in de mainstreammedia voor ontwikkelingen  zich in de herkomstlanden van migranten lijkt ondanks de globalisering eerder af- dan toe te nemen. Dat heeft voor een deel te maken met krimpende budgetten waardoor er minder buitenlandse correspondenten zijn, en er ook minder geïnvesteerd wordt in reportages.  [EN] A report on a debate, where media-professionals with a non-Dutch background give their opinion about the developments in their home countries. How far are they still involved with that and is that visible in their media?     Clear signs [DU].doc    

Article: Coloured News? An image of ethnic minorities in the Flemish news / Gekleurd nieuws? De voorstelling van etnische minderheden in het nieuws in Vlaanderen

Keywords: Western Europe, Dutch, Belgium/Flanders, ethnicity, gender, older people, diversity, reports/studies, media ethics and diversity, report, print [EN] Ethnic minorities in the media are mostly connected to conflict and problems, women are underrepresented in the press, seniors are almost never addressed and youngsters are stereotyped. Though there has not been any scientific research done to underpin these allegations.  This research was done around several research activities around the theme media and ethnic minority groups. Central in this report are the coverage of ethnical minorities in the Flemish news.

Article: Coverage about refugees and crime / Berichtgeving over allochtonen en criminaliteit (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, Dutch, refugees, ethnicity, study/research, media ethics and diversity [EN]Research about the degree in which Dutch newspapers give a representative image of refugees that are linked to crime compared to Dutch people.

Article: Data inadequacies on Racist Crime (Annual Report 2006)

Keywords: All Europe, English, Czech, Denish, German, Greek, Spanish, Estonian, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Dutch, Polish, Slovakian, Swedish, Finnish, Portuguese, Slovenian, diversity, ethnicity, race, racism, national identity, discrimination, human rights, EU, report, indicator, resource for NGOs and media, print The EUMC Annual Report 2006 looks at racial discrimination and data on racist violence and crime. It also includes an overview of positive initiatives.
The EUMC finds that migrants and ethnic minorities remain discriminated against across the EU in employment, education and housing. The EUMC report highlights that most Member States lack the necessary data to monitor potential socio-economic inequalities between different ethnic/national groups. As a result, some groups may experience discrimination without adequate response from the state. In addition, only two of the EU's 25 Member States can be said to have comprehensive data collection systems that can reveal the nature and extent of racist violence. Due to the gaps in official data, it is not possible to compare racist crime rates between different Member States. Victims of racist violence may remain invisible and often without support. EUMC Data Inadequacies on Racist crimes [FI].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crimes [PT].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crimes [SL].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [CS].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [DA].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [DE].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [EL].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on Racist Crime [EN].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [ES].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [ET].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on Racist crime [HU].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [IT].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [LT].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [LV].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [MT].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [NL].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [PL].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [SK].pdf EUMC Data Inadequacies on racist crime [SV].pdf

Article: Diverse media and balanced imaging / Diverse media en evenwichtige beeldvorming (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Wetsern Europe, Belgium/Flanders, Dutch, media ethics and diversity, study, print [EN] To break through clichés that are known about ethnic minorities it is important to let minorities create an image in the media themselves. It is important that ethnic minorities are represented in the Flemish media, they should recognize themselves in the media.

Article: Dutch editorial offices and foreign journalists / Hoge drempels; Nederlandse redacties en allochtone journalisten (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, The Netherlands, Dutch, media ethics and diversity, employment, diversity, report/study, print [EN] A study done by Drs. Farin F.M. Radjan from the Institute of Mixed Media about the corporate culture of Dutch editorial rooms with respect to the inflow of foreign journalists in Dutch media. The study states that there are high barriers for Dutch editorial rooms to employ a foreign journalist.

Article: Ethnic minorities as presenter in the picture; a European research / Etnische minderheden als presentator in beeld; een Europees verglijkend onderzoek (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, South East Europe, Eastern Europe, All Europe, Dutch, diversity, ethnicity, media ethic and diversity, employment, report/study, print [EN] In this research there has been looked at the representation of presenters on television from ethnic minorities in eight different European countries (every time for the 3 biggest television channels). From the result it becomes clear that ethnic minorities as presenters on television have been clearly underrepresented. From the 790 presenters that they looked at, only 50 was from a different ethnic background, of which 17 are from the BBC1 and BBC2.

Article: Ethnicity in children television programs / Ethniciteit in kinderprogramma’s (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, The Netherlands, Dutch, children and youth, ethnicity, report, print [EN] Programmers of children television are often not aware of the impact and influence that the program can have on children. On the basis of several video fragments an interesting discussion was held about this subject.

Article: EUMC - Discrimination and Islamophobia

Keywords: All Europe, English, French, German, Latvian, Arabic, Czech, Danish, Greek, Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, Hungarian, Italian, Luthuanian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Maltese, Slovak, Slovanian, Swedish, Turkish, Discrimination, Islam, Religion & Belief, racism, report, indicator, EU, media ethics & diversity, hate speech, social diversity models, resource for all, print The first part of the report provides contextual information on the situation of Muslims in key areas of social life, such as employment, education and housing, as well as a discussion of key issues and debates. The second part contains a comprehensive overview of the available information and data on manifestations of Islamophobia in all EU Member States. It also examines the quality of data and identifies problem areas and gaps. Finally, the report takes stock of existing government and civil society initiatives targeting Muslims and concludes with a number of opinions for policy action by EU Member State governments and the European institutions to combat Islamophobia and to foster integration and community cohesion.  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [EN].pdf   EUMC Discriminatin and Islamophobia [LV].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [AR].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [CS].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [DA].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [EL].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [ES].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [ET].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [FI].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [FR].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [HU].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [IT].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [LT].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [MT].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [NL].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [PL].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [PT].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [SK].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [SL].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [SV].pdf  EUMC Discrimination and Islamophobia [TR].pdf  EUMC Discrinimation and Islamophobia [DE].pdf

Article: EUMC - Racist Violence in 15 EU Member States

Keywords: All Europe, English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, Danish, Italian, Finnish, German, Swedish, Greek, Racism, Violence, Diversity, EU, indicator, report, human rights, resource for all, print   The EUMC report highlights the reality of non-existent or ineffectual official data collection on racist violence in many Member States. Without accurate data on the extent and nature of racist violence, Member States are hampered in their ability to develop effective policy responses, and accurate information on the situation of victims of racist violence will remain unattainable. Victims of racist violence run the risk of becoming or remaining invisible in Member States with inadequate or non-existent data collection systems.  EUMC Racist violence in 15 EU member states [DA].pdf  EUMC Racist Violence in 15 EU member states [DE].pdf  EUMC Racist violence in 15 EU member states [EL].pdf  EUMC Racist Violence in 15 EU member states [EN].pdf  EUMC Racist Violence in 15 EU member states [ES].pdf  EUMC Racist violence in 15 EU Member states [FI].pdf  EUMC Racist Violence in 15 EU member states [FR].pdf  EUMC Racist violence in 15 EU member states [IT].pdf  EUMC Racist Violence in 15 EU member states [NL].pdf  EUMC Racist violence in 15 EU member states [PT].pdf  EUMC Racist violence in 15 EU member states [SV].pdf  

Article: Female Muslims; a media-creation? The way media deals with Muslim emancipation / Moslima; een mediacreatie? De manier waarop de media omgaan met moslimemancipatie (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, Dutch, religion & belief, diversity, Muslims, study, print, media ethics & diversity [EN]The goal of the research was to get an idea of the way that the media deals with Muslim emancipation and to find out what the vision of Female Muslim experts in this field is about this subject.

Article: Foreign woman and Dutch glossies; friends or strangers? / Allochtone vrouwen & glossies: vriendinnen of vreemden? (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, Dutch, youth, ethnicity, gender, media ethic and diversity, reports/study, print [EN] To what degree do the teenage and woman magazines meet the wishes of foreign readers and how big is the need for a magazine just this target group? The Netherlands has a multicultural society and the media should reflect this diversity in culture as well. Unfortunately this if not the case. How do Moroccan and Turkish youth think about the current Dutch glossies and the rise of foreign magazine?

Article: FRA EU - Roma and Travellers in Public Education

Keywords: All Europe, English, Czech, Danish, German. Greek, Spanish, Estonian, Finnish, French, Hunagrian, Italian, Luthuanian, Latvian, Maltese, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, Roma & travellers, education material, report, discrimination, children & youth, indicator, EU, social diversity models, resource for trainers, print The objective of this EUMC report is to present an overview of the situation regarding access to education of Roma and Traveller pupils in the European Union focusing on primary and secondary public education. The report examines a range of available data and information on the education of Roma and Traveller pupils, as well as national educational strategies and policies in place, highlights problems of discrimination, exclusion and segregation, outlines the main relevant legal and policy initiatives, as well as perspectives and activities of other major actors, and presents conclusions and opinions addressing policy makers in the EU institutions and the Member States.  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [CS].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [DA].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [DE].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [EL].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [EN].pdf  FRA EU Roma and travellers in Public Education [ES].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [FI].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [FR].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [HU].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [IT].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [LT].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [LV].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [MT].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [NL].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [PL].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [PT].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [SK].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [SL].pdf  FRA EU Roma and Travellers in Public Education [SV].pdf

Article: Framing Islam (only in Dutch)

Keywords: Western Europe, Dutch, diversity, ethnicity, religion/belief, media ethics and diversity, Islam, study/report, print [EN] A study that looks at the way that the Dutch media covers the Islam, focussing on the news media and the print media. The Islam is a much discussed subject by the media. By their coverage, the media define what reality is. What will be the consequences of that and what influence do these news messages have on the public opinion.

Article: Gedeeld Land: Het multiculturele ongemak van Nederland/ Shared country; the multicultural discomfort of the Netherlands

Keywords: Western Europe, The Netherlands, Dutch, multiculturalism, report/study, online [EN] A hysterical debate about the multicultural society is held in The Netherlands. The boundaries of the democratic debate are exceeded regularly. The right wing politicians seem to benefit from this but the more central and left wing politicians do not seem to do anything about it out of fear of losing voters. Jean Tillie gives an overview of the developments in the debate on the multicultural society. He analyses the contributions of politicians and newspapers to the discussion and comes with a solution for the Netherlands to get out of this ‘hysterical’ phase.

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