Language: French (Resources)

Article: A manual for investigative journalists

Keywords: International, English, French, guide, journalism, media, reporting, resources for media, all media formats This manual provides a guide to basic methods and techniques of investigative journalism, and it consciously fills a gap in the literature of the profession. The majority of investigative manuals devote a lot of space to the subject of where to find information. They assume that once a reporter finds the information he or she seeks, he or she will be able to compose a viable story. The authors do not share that assumption: the core task is telling a story.  A manual for investigative journalists [EN].pdf  A manual for investigative journalists [FR].pdf  

Article: A Manual for Investigative Journalists

Keywords: International, English, Arabic, French, Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, investigative jounralism, manual This manual provides a guide to basic methods and techniques of investigative journalism, and it consciously fills a gap in the literature of the profession. The majority of investigative manuals devote a lot of space to the subject of where to find information. They assume that once reporters find the information they seek, they will be able to compose a viable story. The publication focuses on the hypothesis-based inquiry approach, which takes the basic assumption that a story is only a hypothesis until verified. Story-based inquiry: a manual for investigative journalists [EN] Story-based inquiry: a manual for investigative journalists [AR] Story-based inquiry: a manual for investigative journalists [FR] Story-based inquiry: a manual for investigative journalists [CHI] Story-based inquiry: a manual for investigative journalists [POR] Story-based inquiry: a manual for investigative journalists [ES]

Article: A Study on Diversity and Equality in the French-speaking Press in Belgium

Keywords: Europe, Belgium, French, diversity, equality, ethics, study, survey, press The Association of Professional Journalists (AJP) published the first study that examines the diversity and equality in the French-speaking press in Belgium. The study examined 2225 articles of six newspapers over a period of 3 days. The results of the study show that the media coverage in the French-speaking press in Belgium is largely male-dominated with less than 18% of women being present. The coverage of minority groups is scant with an overwhelming majority (83%) of the news focusing on "white" Caucasians. The study also shows that disabled people are often ignored by the press; among the 2225 news articles, only 32 disabled people (representing 0.33% of news coverage) were mentioned in the news. The study is only available in French. A Study on Diversity and Equality in the French-speaking Press in Belgium  

Article: Addressing the needs of Muslim Communities

Keywords: All Europe, English, French, German, discrimination, reports, case study, Islam, social diversity models, minorities, resource for trainers and NGOs, print This publication provides a number of examples of good practice or initiatives at the local level from across European cities. They illustrate models of mainstreaming anti-discrimination and social cohesion. They highlight that some municipalities and regions target their integration policies/strategies toward Muslim communities, while others apply generic integration policies/strategies towards ethnic minorities. These are valuable lessons to be learned and shared with municipalities and regions across Europe. FRA EU Addressing the needs of Muslim communities [EN].pdf FRA EU Addressing the needs of Muslim communities [DE].pdf FRA EU Addressing the needs of Muslim communities [FR].pdf

Article: Conference on the position and role of media in Africa / Conférence sur le rôle et la place des médias dans la société de l’information en Afrique et dans les pays arabes (only in French)

Keywords: North Africa & Middle East, French, diversity in general, study, guide, freedom of expression & diversity, journalism, media ethics & diversity, resource for academics & media, print This is a summary of a conference held on the 22-24 September 2004 in Marrakech, Morocco. It outlines the steps that need to be made in the African continent in order to move towards a freer, pluralistic and independent press.  Conference on the position of media in Africa [FR].pdf    

Article: Conflict Sensitive Journalism Handbook

Keywords: All regions, [EN] [AR] [FR], ethnicity, religion, war, all resources, conflict, reporting, journalism, all media formats, guide, handbook, resources for all This International Media Support publication seeks to contribute to the theoretical refinement and practical realization of conflict conscious journalism as a tool for usage by media practitioners in conflict-affected areas. With this goal in mind, the handbook is designed to be both a practical everyday guide for those already familiar with the subject, as well as an introduction for those unfamiliar with such practices.  Conflict sensitive journalism handbook [EN].pdf  Conflict sensitive journalism handbook [FR].pdf  Conflict Sensitive Journalism Handbook [AR].pdf  

Article: Coverage without discrimination: how media reports on LGBT

Keywords: France, French, LGBT, media, discrimination, homophobia, sexism, gender, guide Association des journalistes LGBT (AJL) promotes a better and fairer coverage of LGBT issues in French media. Last year, the numerous debates on homosexual marriage revealed that many stereotypes exist about the LGBT community in French media. It, furthermore, uncovered that there is a need for a better understanding of the issue. French LGBT journalists as well as AJL, therefore, decided to create this guide for better media coverage of LGBT community.

Article: Cultural diversity and common culture in audiovisual / Diversité culturelle et culture commune dans l’audioviduel (only in French)

Keywords: Western Europe, France, French, media, diversity in general, paper, all themes, resources for academics, print This is a French paper by the High Commission of Integration to the Prime Minister, following his demand for advice on cultural diversity and common culture in audiovisual. This paper formulates the reply to his query. Cultural Diversity and Common Culture in Audiovisual [FR].doc

Article: Cultural Diversity and Social Cohesion in Media / Diversité culturelle et culture commune dans l'audiovisuel (only in French)

Keywords: Western Europe, France, French, migrants, integration, social diversity models, media ethics & diversity, study, resource for all, print This study produced by FASILD is an overview of the current programs and ideas being worked on in France at present. It shows what progress has been made and what progress can be made towards a society that fully integrates populations issued from immigration.  Cultural Diversity and Social Cohesion in Media [FR].pdf  

Article: Cultural Diversity as seen by Artists

Keywords: International, Western Europe, French, diversity in general, cultural diversity, multiculturalism, artists, art, round table, all themes, resource for media, academics and NGOs The roundtable discussion brought together a cacophony of artists from all over: writers, musicians, painters, photographers, cinematographers, stylists and theatre directors - Henri Lopes (Congo), Chico Bouchikhi (Morocco), Ricardo Mosner (Argentina), Patrick De Wilde (France), Maître Fan Zeng (China), Rachid Benhadj (Algeria), Sakina M’sa (Comores) and La Lupa (Suisse). Axel Khan, expert in genetic and specialist of ethical questions gave his opinion of cultural diversity in relation to biodiversity. The debate was animated by Gora Patel, director of radio RFO.  Cultural Diversity as seen by Artists [FR].pdf

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: Discrimination and violence against women in Tunisia / Discriminations et violences contre les femmes en Tunisie (only in French)

Keywords: Africa, Congo, French, diversity, journalism, survey, case study, journalism, freedom of information & diversity, resource for all, print This is a “Reporteurs Sans Frontieres” survey of the assassinations of journalists in the capital of South-Kivu. In 3 years 3 Congolese journalists were assassinated in Bukavu. Three crimes destined to punish journalists or their media for having revealed the wrong information. This survey by RSF finds shocking truths behind the lines.  Discrimination and violence against women in Tunisia [FR].pdf    

Article: Diversity of Cultural Expression / Convention sur la protection et la promotion de la diversité des expressions culturelles

Keywords: Western Europe, French, English, diversity in general, culture, document, media ethics & diversity, freedom of expression & diversity, resource for all, print This French document sets out a convention that seeks to multiply diversity and different types of cultural expression, so that individual, group and societal creativity is promoted and encouraged, and reflects theses peoples cultural identities.  Diversity of Cultural Expression [FR].pdf

Article: Diversity: When the French media speak Arabic or Berber (only in French)

Keywords: Europe, France, French, migrants, media, diversity, immigration This article reviews the place of contemporary Arab media in France, specifically the smaller less known outfits that are enabling an important ethnic minority to express themselves and be heard. Such outfits usually face similar problems in their organization and financing, so the study says.  Diversity; when the French media speak Arab or Berber [FR].pdf       

 

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 - Muslims in the EU: Discrimination and Islamophobia

Keywords: All Europe, English, French, German, Islam, religion & belief, discrimination, racism, EU, report, indicator, media ethics & diversity, hate speech, resource for all, print This report examines available data and information on the extent and nature of discrimination against Muslims and of Islamophobic incidents in the EU. These acts remain severely under-documented and under-reported. The report also presents examples of good practice in Member States, and puts forward proposals for action to combat discrimination and racism, and to foster integration.  EUMC Muslims in the EU [DE].pdf  EUMC Muslims in the EU [EN].pdf  EUMC Muslims in the EU [FR].pdf

Article: EUMC - Perceptions of Anti-Semitism in the EU

Keywords: All Europe, English, French, religion & belief, antisemitism, discrimination, report, indicator, EU, freedom of expression & diversity, hate speech, resources for all, print The information from the RAXEN network enabled the EUMC to present, for the first time in the EU, data on antisemitism that has been collected systematically, using common guidelines for each Member State. This report is a collection of  Voices from Members of the European Jewish communities. The main report provides an overview of incidents of antisemitism and examples of good practice to combat anti-Semitism from information available in the years 2002 – 2003, and a thorough analysis of the data, as well as proposals for action to combat antisemitism.   EUMC Perceptions of Anti-Semitism in the EU [EN].pdf  EUMC Perceptions of Anti-Semitism in the EU [FR].pdf  

Article: EUMC - Perceptions of Discrimination and Islamophobia

Keywords: All Europe, English, French, German, Discrimination, Islam, Religion & Belief, racism, report, indicator, EU, media ethics & diversity, hate speech, social diversity models, resource for all, print The present EUMC report presents qualitative, subjective data, which complements the more statistical and descriptive picture presented in the other report. The transcription and analysis of the interviews with Muslim respondents in ten EU countries is able to convey an insight into what many in the Muslim population in the European Union feel about the inequality, prejudice, discrimination and acts of Islamophobia they or others in their communities experience at first hand. It also fills out the picture by presenting details of individual incidents and events which are only lightly touched on in the other report.  EUMC Perceptions of Discrimination and Islamophobia [DE].pdf  EUMC Perceptions of Discrimination and Islamophobia [EN].pdf  EUMC Perceptions of Discrimination and Islamophobia [FR].pdf

Article: EUMC - Policing Racist Crime and Violence – a comparative analysis

Keywords: All Europe, English, French, diversity, racism, crime, discrimination, human rights, guide, indicator, report, resource for all, print The report provides a ‘snapshot’ introduction to some of the issues confronting the policing of racist crime and violence in the EU25. As the report is the result of a ‘Rapid Response’ exercise, where the EUMC’s National Focal Points were given an initial fourteen day period in which to respond to a research questionnaire, it is likely to contain results that need updating. To this end, the EUMC welcomes responses from Member States’ police forces that present us with evidence of new initiatives and ‘good practices’ that address some of the gaps identified in the report. In this regard the report can be viewed as a ‘work in progress’, as the EUMC will continue to monitor policing practices and data collection in the EU with respect to racist crime and violence.  EUMC Policing racist crime and violence [EN].pdf  EUMC Policing racist crime and violence [FR].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  

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