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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: Anti-Western Propaganda in the Georgian Media

Keywords: International, English, Georgia, Russia, EU, Europe, US, West, human rights, xenophobia, homophobia, journalism, propaganda, monitoring, media, print, digital, resources for media Media Development Foundation’s (MDF) monitoring report aims to expose and identify the source of anti-Western propaganda in connection to xenophobic and homophobic messages in the Georgian media landscape through the analysis of print and digital media in the period 2014-2015. MDF observed that Western values and human rights such as the ‘legalisation’ of homosexuality and minority rights were presented as a fight against Orthodox Christianity and Georgian national identity. Accordingly, Western endeavours for gender equality were similarly constructed as a threat to Georgia, supposedly attacking Georgian family traditions.

Article: British Council Reporting Diversity Guide (Bulgaria)

Keywords: Europe, Bulgaria, Bulgarian, sexual orientation, HIV, disability, ethnicity, refugees,  manual, guide, resources for media, all media formats, civil society organizations The guide on reporting diversity, whose publication was organized by British Council in Bulgaria, as a part of the Media and Diversity Project, helps journalists to avoid falling into traps of discriminatory language and ignorance as they report on sexual orientation, HIV, disability, ethnicity, refugees, Roma and other vulnerable groups. Case analysis and examples of best practices are also included. Reporting Diversity Publication [BU].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: 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: 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: FRA EU - Violent attacks against Roma in the Ponticelli district of Naples, Italy

Keywords: Western Europe, Italy, English, French, Italian, Romanian, German, Roma & travellers, ethnicity, race & national identity, violence, discrimination, EU, minorities, report, case study, indicator, human rights, media ethics & diversity, social diversity model, resource for all, print Violent attacks against Roma in the Ponticelli district of Naples, Italy  FRA EU Violent Atacks on Roma in Italy [IT].pdf  FRA EU Violent Attacks on Roma in Italy [DE].pdf  FRA EU Violent Attacks on Roma in Italy [FR].pdf  FRA EU Violent Attacks on Roma in Italy [RO].pdf  FRA EU Violent Attacks on Roma in Italy [EN].pdf

Article: Freedom of Expression in Myanmar (Burma): From A to Z

Keywords: Myanmar, Burma, English, Burmese, freedom of expression, media freedom, guideline, legal framework, advocacy, all media formats Under Myanmar’s five decades of military rule, the country’s media environment was one of the most restrictive in the world. The situation has started to change under the democratic reform that the country underwent after 2011. Recently, new laws have been drafted aiming to promote democratisation and freedom of expression. However the country has a long road to walk as, according to 2014 Press Freedom Index, Myanmar was ranked 144th out of 180 countries.

Article: Handbook on European Non-Discrimination Law

Keywords: European, English, French, discrimination, sex, disability, age, race, nationality, law, handbook, Human Rights, European Court The Handbook on European Non-Discrimination Law, published jointly by the Fundamental Rights Agency and the European Court of Human Rights, is the first comprehensive guide to European non-discrimination law. It is based on the case law of the European Court of Human Rights and the European Court of Justice. It covers: the context and background to European non-discrimination law (including the UN human rights treaties), discrimination categories and defences, the scope of the law (including who is protected) and the grounds protected, such as sex, disability, age, race and nationality. The handbook is aimed at legal practitioners at national and European level, including judges, prosecutors, lawyers, law-enforcement officials, and others involved in giving legal advice, such as national human rights institutions, equality bodies and legal advice centres, to whom it will be distributed. The handbook is available in English, French and 25 other European languages.  

Article: MDI Media Relations Guide

Keywords: All Regions, English, Armenian, Albanian, Azeri, Georgian, Russian, Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, guide, NGO, media relations, training material This handbook by the Independent Journalism Foundation and the Media Diversity Institute is a practical guide to media relations for non-governmental organisations and people who need to communicate better with the media. Published by MDI and IJF, 2003. English:  Media Relations Guide [EN].pdf Azeri: Media Relations Guide [AZ].pdf Armenian: Media Relations Guide [HY].pdf Georgian: Media Relations Guide [KA].pdf Russian: Media Relations Guide [RU].pdf Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian: Media Relations Guide [SH].pdf Albanian: Media Relations Guide [SQ].pdf

Article: MDI Media Relations Guide for Roma

Keywords: Europe, English, Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, Romani, ethnicity/race/national identity, roma, guide, media relations, training materials, NGO This handbook by Lesley Abdela and Tim Symonds, for The European Centre for War Peace and the News Media (previous name of the Media Diversity Institute) is a practical guide to media relations for Roma organisations and people who need to communicate better with the media. Published 2001. English:  Media Relations Guide Roma [English].pdf Romani:  Media Relations Guide Roma [Romani].pdf Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian:  Media Relations Guide Roma [Croatian].pdf

Article: MDI Reporting Diversity Manual (Balkan Edition)

Keywords: All Regions, Balkans, English, Albanian, Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, Diversity in General, Journalism, Guide, Media Ethics, Print Media, Training Materials. This Media Diversity Institute manual provides instructions and advice for journalists on how to avoid stereotypes and report responsibly on diversity, without spreading hate speech or prejudices. The manual includes sections on ethnicity, religion, gender, people with disabilities, socially disadvantaged groups, elderly people, refugees, sexual orientation, and political dissidents. Each section contains reporting tips and detailed analysis of concrete examples from the print media (taken from newspapers from South East Europe, Western Europe and the US). Training modules are also included. Published by MDI in 2002. For more info contact info@media-diversity.org. (Also available in Albanian and Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian). English:  Reporting Diversity Manual - Balkan [EN].pdf Albanian:  Reporting Diversity Manual [SQ].pdf   Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian:  Reporting Diversity Manual [SR-BS-HR].pdf  

Article: MDI Reporting Diversity Manual (South Caucasus Edition)

Keywords: All Regions, South Caucasus, English, Russian, Azeri, Armenian, Georgian, Diversity in General, Journalism, Guide, Media Ethics, Print Media, Training Materials. This Media Diversity Institute manual provides instructions and advice for journalists on how to avoid stereotypes and report responsibly on diversity, without spreading hate speech or prejudices. The manual includes sections on ethnicity, religion, gender, people with disabilities, socially disadvantaged groups, elderly people, refugees, sexual orientation, and political dissidents. Each section contains reporting tips and detailed analysis of concrete examples from the print media (taken from newspapers from the South Caucasus, Western Europe and the US). Training modules are also included. Published by MDI in 2004. For more info contact info@media-diversity.org. (Also available in Armenian, Azeri, Georgian and Russian). English:  Reporting Diversity Manual - Caucasus [EN].pdf Armenian:  Reporting Diversity Manual [HY].pdf Azeri:  Reporting Diversity Manual [AZ].pdf Georgian:  Reporting Diversity Manual [KA].pdf Russian:  Reporting Diversity Manual [RU].pdf  

Article: Monitoring Children in Mainstream Daily Newspaper

Keywords: South Eastern Europe, Albania, Albanian, print, newspapers, monitoring, report, children, youth, print A report about coverage of children in Albanian print media. Prepared by the Albanian Media Institute, an organization established by the end of 1995. The monitoring was conveyed throughout October 2006, over 99 articles in 6 mainstream newspapers. Monitoring Children Coverage in Mainstream [AL].pdf  

Article: Monitoring Report: Messages of Russian TV

Keywords: International, Europe, US, Russia, Ukraine, Eastern Partnership, English, media, monitoring, propaganda, TV, journalism, resources for media Media monitoring report conducted in 2015 by a Slovak monitoring group MEMO 98, Internews Ukraine and Yerevan Press Club (YPC) of Armenia finds that Russian viewers of television news and current affairs are being told that their country has been targeted by the United States in a ‘western plot’ to bring their country to its knees. Russian TV channels also accuse the US of fomenting the war with Ukraine, while the role of the EU has been downplayed, says the report.

Article: Palestinian displacement

Keywords: Middle East & North Africa, Palestine, English, Spanish, Arbaic, Hebrew, refugee, IDPs, Asylum seekers, migrants, conflict, human rights, indicator, media content, online article, resource for all, online This issue of FMR was planned long before the humanitarian crisis, which has displaced 20% of the Lebanese population. Articles look beyond the current events to what most international observers regard as the root causes of conflict and displacement in the Middle East. The protracted nature of the displacement, the complexity of the means used to dispossess Palestinians and the apparent double standards of the international community do indeed make this a case apart.  Palestine and Deplacement [ES].pdf  Palestine and Displacement [EN].pdf  Palestine and Displacement [HE].pdf   For the Arabic version visit:  Palestinian Deplacement [AR].html    

Article: Political extremism, terrorism and the Media in Central Asia

Keywords: Asia, Central Asia, English, Russian, media, war, ethics, report, study, indicator This International Media Support report observes how media in Central Asia actually cover terror and extremism. The Central Asian findings have served as a basis for formulating recommendation to all parties involved in media policy and practice, both in the region and beyond.  Political Extremism, terrorism and the Media in Central Asia1 [EN].pdf  Political Extremism, Terrorism and the Media in Central Asia1 [RU].pdf  Political Extremism, terrorism and the Media in Central Asia [EN].pdf  Political Extremism, Terrorism and the Media in Central Asia [RU].pdf  

Article: The Charlie Hebdo Effect in the Balkans

Keywords: International, Balkan, France, Charlie Hebdo, journalism, freedom of expression, terrorism, Islamophobia, study, guide, ethics, diversity, all media formats The study “The Charlie Hebdo Effect in the Balkans” analyses how the Balkan media as well as political and religious leaders responded to the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris, while also taking a close look at legislation of freedom of speech in the countries. “The attacks against the French journalists stirred vivid emotions and considerable reactions, without, however, increasing the Islamophobia in the region. The debates failed to critically tackle the role and limits of the freedom of expression in relation to the freedom of religion. Apparently, the freedom of expression has fewer and fewer supporters even among the media professionals”. These are the main conclusions of the report The Charlie Hebdo Effect in the Balkans. The study was based on national reports prepared by media experts in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia. The report – the first in a series of six dedicated to freedom of expression in the region –  is part of the program South East European Partnership for Media Development, implemented by a consortium of media organizations from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania. The Charlie Hebdo Effect in the Balkans.pdf

Article: UNESCO Gender Issues in ICT

Keywords: International, English, Russian, media, diversity, gender, ethics, technology, ICT This UNESCO report lays out the evolution of the international debate on gender and information technologies, to then contrast the impact of infrastructure and gender-specific constraints on women’s capacity to exploit the potential of the new information and communication technologies in different world regions. The cross-cutting role of gender in determining participation in the information society, and the issues this raises are addressed in a third section. Strategies, initiatives and best practices aimed at addressing these issues are considered in a fourth.  UENSCO Gender Issues in ICT [RU].pdf  UNESCO Gender Issues in ICT [EN].pdf  

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