Theme: Social Diversity Models (Resources)

Article: East European Coverage of Diversity is Focus of Conference

Keywords: International, Eastern Europe, South East Europe, English, article, roma, general diversity, media ethics & diversity, migrants & minorities, print When a Czech television station ran a documentary depicting life for Roma émigrés in Canada in fairy-tale terms, thousands of Roma (or gypsies) sought to leave for this supposed utopia. Article by Milica Pesic - The Freedom Forum, 17 November, 1998. East European Coverage of Diversity is Focus of Conference [EN].doc

Article: EU MIDIS Data in Focus Report 2009 Roma

Keywords: All Europe, English, Roma, ethnicity, minorities, survey, EU, report, print MIDIS - the results of this major survey will be released throughout 2009 in a series of “Data in Focus Reports” on specific minority groups as well on key issues examined in the survey. The full results of the survey will be presented at the FRA Fundamental Rights Conference in December 2009 in Stockholm, held under the auspices of the Swedish Presidency of the EU. EU-MIDIS Data in Focus Report 2009 Roma [EN].pdf

Article: EU-MIDIS: European Union Minorities and Discrimination Survey

Keywords: All Europe, English, Ethnicity, EU, discrimination, racism, immigrants, minorities, survey, print MIDIS is the first ever EU-wide survey of immigrant and ethnic minority groups’ experiences of discrimination and victimisation in everyday life. Addressing the lack of reliable and comparable data on minorities in many EU countries, the survey examines experiences of discriminatory treatment, racist crime victimisation, awareness of rights, and reporting of complaints.

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 Racism, Football and the Internet Description

Keywords: All Europe, English, EU, football, race, internet, ethics, report, print, online The results from this research are being reported back through this paper in a way that we hope make for informative reading for anyone with an interest in the areas of race, football and the Internet.

Article: EUMC: Putting Integration Policies into Practice

 Keywords: All Europe, English, discrimination, integration, report, indicator, immigration, migrants, social diversity models, resource for all, print This issue of Equal Voices seeks to give an overview of the main questions around the ‘integration debate' at the EU level: What is the context of the current debate? How is integration defined? Can integration be measured, and how? What should integration policies look like? The articles cover policy overviews, the perspective of an African immigrant, a contribution by the European Network Against Racism (ENAR), and two good practice examples from the cities of Aarhus and Bradford.  EUMC Putting integration policies into practice [EN].pdf    

 

Article: European Diversity Research & Consulting

European Diversity Research & Consulting is a pan-European service and consulting firm exclusively focused on adding value in the field of Diversity Management and Marketing. It provides information and offers services regarding diversity in the folowing domains of social life: Diversity Management, Marketing, Economy, Business consultancy, Politics, Education http://www.european-diversity.com/

 

Article: Facilitating Multicultural Groups

Keywords: Diversity, International, conflict, peace journalism, social diversity models, media development, community/minority media, English, online, NGO Facilitating Multicultural Groups provides a practical resource for facilitators working with people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Based on research and facilitator experiences from diverse countries, it advises on how to adapt learning materials and participatory processes to suit different situations.

Article: FFFAC A History of Native American contributions to News Media

Keywords: North America, English, native American, Indians, media, diversity, national identity, report, print This report by Mark Trahant, fills a large blank in that history and addresses in-depth, for the first time, a fascinating incongruity: the contributions made by Native Americans to the news media in the United States – a media that has played a key role in creating the flawed portrait. FFFAC A History of Native American contributions to News Media [EN].pdf

 

Article: Fifth officer resigns over racism film

Keywords: Western Europe, UK, English, media content, ethnicity & race, law, employment, print Five police officers have resigned and three have been suspended, after an undercover BBC documentary revealed racism among police recruits. (BBC) Fifth officer resigns over racism film.doc

Article: First Comprehensive Guide to European Non-discrimination Law

The first comprehensive guide to European non-discrimination law was launched by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) and the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg today, 21 March, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. 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. It can also be consulted on-line or downloaded at: http://fra.europa.eu/fraWebsite/media/pr-210311_en.htm There is an accompanying CD-Rom as well dealing with the relevant legislation, specialist literature, case studies and case-law summaries. It is already available in English, French and German. Versions in Bulgarian, Czech, Hungarian, Italian, Romanian, Spanish, Greek and Polish will follow shortly and the material will eventually be available in almost all EU languages as well as Croatian.  

Article: First independent women's radio station in Iraq

Keywords: Middle East, English, Arabic, gender, media diversity, article, radio The first independent women's radio station in Iraq is on the air in Baghdad. The Al-Mahaba station offers a variety of programming aimed at women listeners, including topics such as the role of women in elections, democracy, peace, society, education and legal issues. First independent women's radio station in Iraq [EN].doc

Article: Fitna

Keywords: English, Fitna, Geert Wilders, freedom of expression, hate speech, visual, resources for all, Dutch, ethnicity, religion, social diversity models, human rights Fitna is a 2008 short film by Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders. Approximately 17 minutes in length, the film shows selected excerpts from Suras of the Qur'an, interspersed with media clips and newspaper clippings showing or describing acts of violence and/or hatred by Muslims. The film wishes to demonstrate that the Qur'an motivates its followers to hate all who violate the Islamic teachings. Consequently, the film argues, Islam encourages, among others, acts of terrorism, antisemitism, violence against women and homosexuals, and Islamic universalism. A large part of the film deals with the influence of Islam on the Netherlands. The film's title "fitna" is used to describe "disagreement and division among people" or a "test of faith in times of trial".Wilders, a prominent critic of Islam, described the film as "a call to shake off the creeping tyranny of Islamization". On March 27, 2008, Fitna was released to the Internet on the video sharing website Liveleak in Dutch and English versions. The following day, Liveleak removed the film from their servers, citing serious threats to their staff. On March 30, Fitna was restored on Liveleak following a security upgrade, only to be removed again shortly afterwards by Wilders himself because of copyright violations. A second edition was released later. www.liveleak.com/view?i=216_1207467783

Article: Forced Migration Review – Stateless

Keywords: All region, International, English, Arabic, French, IDPs, refugees, asylum seekers & migrants, travellers, social diversity models, discrimination, human rights, report, resource for all, print A ‘stateless person’ is someone who is not recognized as a national by any state. They therefore have no nationality or citizenship (terms used interchangeably in this issue) and are unprotected by national legislation, leaving them vulnerable in ways that most of us never have to consider. The possible consequences of statelessness are profound and touch on all aspects of life. It may not be possible to work legally, own property or open a bank account. Stateless people may be easy prey for exploitation as cheap labour. They are often not permitted to attend school or university, may be prohibited from getting married and may not be able to register births and deaths. Stateless people can neither vote nor access the national justice system.  Forced Migration Review - Stateless [EN].pdf  Forced Migrations Review - Stateless [AR].pdf  Forced Migrations Review - Stateless [FR].pdf

Article: Forget asylum-seekers: it's the people inside who count

Keywords: All Europe, media content, Refugees/IDPs, conflict, social diversity models, print The real issue for European societies is not how to keep new foreigners out but how to integrate the minorities they already have. (The Economist, 8 May, 2003) Forget asylum-seekers - it's the people inside who count.doc

 

Article: FRA EU - London Bomb attacks on Muslim communities

 Keywords: Western Europe, England, London, English, French, German, media ethics & diversity, social diversity models, ethnicity, religion & belief, Islam, resource for all, print The real test will be whether this initial encouraging response translates into effective long-term action that addresses the wider questions posed in the aftermath of the London events. In this report it has been analysed issue as: of how to strengthen cohesion and integration in the diverse European societies, and how to counter marginalisation and discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion or belief? Political leaders, the institutions, and also the media, have a particular responsibility to provide answers to this question.  FRA EU London bomb attacks on muslim communities and the Media [DE].pdf  FRA EU London bomb attacks on Muslim communities and the Media [EN].pdf  FRA EU London bomb attacks on muslim communities and the Media [FR].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: FRA: Diversity Toolkit Media

Keywords: International, Europe, [EN], handbook, visual, TV, television, broadcasting, radio, diversity in general, ethnicity, race, guide, media diversity, education, ethnicity, minorities, EU, social diversity models, resources for all Over the past ten years, a number of European public service broadcasting professionals working specifically with and for cultural and ethnic minorities, have been meeting regularly under the auspices of the European Broadcasting Union’s Intercultural and Diversity Group (IDG). They have exchanged experiences and co-produced joint programmes. This Diversity Toolkit brings together the collective knowledge of these TV professionals. It concerns public broadcasters in general and news- and information programmes especially.  FRA EU Diversity Toolkit Media [EN].pdf  FRA EU Diversity Toolkit Media 2 [EN].pdf  FRA EU Media Diversity Guide [FR].pdf  FRA EU Television Diversity Guide [FR].pdf    

Article: Freedom of press and racial discrimination: “Tuning in to Diversity”

Keywords: Western Europe, Italy, Italian, law, discrimination, diversity, ethnicity, ethic, freedom of press, print Review about freedom of press and racial discrimination’s laws, and analysis about the role of the ethical codes in Italy. Freedom of press and racial discrimination_ Tuning in to Diversity[IT].pdf

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