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Conference on Migration and Media Awareness

  • © Refugee Radio Network
Theory / Migrantpolitan
  • Fri, 24.11.2017 from 09:30
    versch. Hallen free entrance
  • Sat, 25.11.2017 from 09:30
    versch. Hallen free entrance

»Telling our story in a world gone mad«

On November 23-25, Kampnagel will host the first CONFERENCE ON MIGRATION AND MEDIA AWARENESS, bringing together a forum of international media practitioners, journalists, politicians and people with or without an experience of asylum-searching. Across countless workshops as well as podium-, exhibition-, music- and performance-formats, participants are brought into a discursive conversation about political atmospheres and opinions in the era of the “post-welcome culture.” Methods are exchanged and strategies developed, with the goal of using positive counter-narratives, social engagement and creative strategies borne out of the experience of exile to counter negative media stories about immigration and migration, fake news and “hate speech.” At the “Infomedia Souk,” migrant-initiated community-media projects will present themselves as sources of expressive empowerment and alternative narratives, as well as media pluralism and diversity. Politicians and activists, journalists and bloggers, educators and social workers, community representatives and the Hamburg public are invited to discuss the relevance of social empowerment and social participation.




15:00-17:30 Media Against Hate (Workshop, Teil 1)

Journalists, community media producers and NGO representatives will meet to exchange good practices on prevention of hate speech and discrimination, in particular against women journalists, refugees and migrants.

Creating hate-free media environments for young people – platforms and literacy skills.
Empowerment and protection of women journalists and media makers.

Nadia Bellardi, Community Media Forum Europe CMFE and Helmut Peissl-Community Medien Institut COMMIT

Location: Kampnagel Internationale Kulturfabrik

Location: p1 (fully booked)


19:00-21:00 19:00 - 21:00

Official Opening BFR Kongress

Freie Medien vor dem Hintergrund der Aushöhlung der Grundrechte / Freie Radios in der Fläche

Gäste auf dem Podium:
Thomas Fuchs – Direktor der Medienanstalt Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein.
Larry Macaulay – Refugee Radio Network
Michael Nicolai – Radio CORAX, Präsident AMARC Europe.
Lasse Petersdotter – Mitglied des schleswig-holsteinischen Landtags, medienpolitischer Sprecher B90/Grüne SH.
Martin Dieckmann – ver.di Hamburg, Fachbereich Medien, Kunst und Industrie.
Latoya Manly-Spain -Gründungsmitglied des PoC Künstler*innen und Aktivist*innen Kollektivs „ARRiVATi“.
Stephanie Scholz – Moderation Radio CORAX/Halle
Facilitator: Arbeitsgemeinschaft Radio (FSK) 

Location  :p1





09:00 - 17:00 Workshop : Media Against Hate
Nadia Bellardi, Community Media Forum Europe CMFE and Helmut Peissl-Community Medien Institut COMMIT

Location: p1 / kx (fully booked)

The project is financially supported by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) Programme of the European Union, and co-funded by the Broadcasting Board of Governors (U.S.)   


15:00 - 17:30 Workshop: Fake News Syndrome Mainstream Media vs Alternative Media
Social media has brought us, freedom of expression and provided a gateway to a new era of information without borders. Fighting misinformation against FAKE NEWS, promoting the development of tools and practices to prevent its spread against and amongst newcomers (Migrant’s/Refugees) and the community.

Guest Speaker:
Dr. Silvia Grundmann, Head of Media and Internet Division-Council of Europe
Femi Awoniyi, Publisher/CEO -The African Courier

Facilitator: AD JUNIOR

Location: k2


19:00 - 19:10 Official Opening - CMMA

Welcome Remarks: Amelie Deuflhard - Artistic Director, Kampnagel

Opening Remarks: Larry Macaulay-Founder, Refugee Radio Network.

19:15 - 21:00 Panel Discussion
Migration: Community Media - an effective tool to foster Inclusion and combat racial intolerance.

With presentation of the COMMIT Study “Spaces of Inclusion

An explorative study on needs of refugees and migrants in the domain of media communication and on responses by community media”

Prof. Brigitta Busch
Jonas Hassemer University of Vienna

Charlotte Altenhöner-Dion- Council of Europe Media and Internet Division, Information Society Department
Dr. Gabriella Velics, Vice-President CMFE (Community Media Forum Europe)
Michael Nicolai – President AMARC Europe (World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters)

Moderator: Larry Macaulay

Location: k2



09:30 Welcome Coffee

10:00 - 11:30 Workshop
Refugees and Migrants: The Language and Etiquette of Reporting.

Language shapes attitudes; inaccurate stories can incite fear and hate. How can media workers ensure their reporting of migrants and refugees is fair and accurate? And how can media stories that are false or misleading be challenged successfully?
Participants of this workshop will be invited to critically examine a range of recent media stories about migrants and to share ideas on how those stories might have been improved or told differently.

Mukti Jain Campion, Culture Wise production UK.
Ahmed Nuur Ibrahim
African Media Association Malta, Somali Voice Radio

Kathy O' Hare- Co-Founder of Jungala Radio.
Lama Alogli -Radio Presenter/Producer at SALAM SHOW
Salah Zatar - Libyan Journalist / Lecturer The Silent University

Participating Group: 
Common Voices  Radio corax- Germany
Our Voice Radio Dreyeckland Freiburg

Duration:  120 minutes

Location: p1


11:30 - 11:45 Presentation
BBG Direct, Empowering Local Voices

Interview session with Adam Gartner- Director Prague Office of Strategy and Development (OSD) Broadcasting Board of Governors.

Moderator: Marina Lalovic - Rai Radio3Mondo   


11:45 - 13:00 Panel Discussion
Media pluralism and cultural diversity

Dr. Silvia Grundmann, Head of Media and Internet Division-Council of Europe / Conseil de l'Europe
Alena Jabarine, WDRforyou – Angebote für Flüchtlinge in 4 Sprachen.
Balazs Nagy Navarro, Chair of Supervisory Board ECPMF, Vice President of the Hungarian television and filmmaker's independent trade union, Hungary.
Lina Chawaf - Editor in Chief, Radio Rozana fm France
Prof. Kanchan K. Malik- Head, Department of Communication, University of Hyderabad and a Faculty Fellow with UNESCO Chair on Community Media

Moderator: Nadia Bellardi

Location: k2


10:45 - 17:00 Infomedia & Exhibition
- “Lost & Found – Museum of Im/migration” - oumar mbengue
- Motion - audiovisual Performance & Action painting. - Armah & Janto
- #Bleibistan Exhibition - Newsgroup Afghanistan
- X-Border_How To Step Across Borders - Louise Vind Nielsen

Location: Kampnagel Intl Kulturfabrik - K 4 – Foyer


13:10 - 14:10 Lunchbreak

14:15 - 15:30 CMFE General Assembly
This year’s CMFE General Assembly and round table meeting will take place during this event. Participation and attendance of members is very important to us, as we will talk about future plans and strategies, exchange about recent developments in our members’ countries and Europe.

Location: kx


15:00 - 15:45 Film Screening – 19 DAYS
Join us for a film screening of 19 Days The screening will be followed by a Q and A session with Award winning Asha Siad, one of the film's two Canadian-based filmmakers.

This short documentary follows several refugee families during their first 19 days in Canada as they navigate an unfamiliar terrain that has suddenly become their home. 19 Days reveals the human side of the refugee resettlement process. A unique look at the global migration crisis and one particular stage of asylum, the film lays plain the realities faced on the difficult road towards integration.

Moderator:  Nadine Jessen

Guest : Asha Siad - Award winning Journalist and Documentary Filmmaker Borderless Films & Asha Reports

Location: k2


16:00 - 17:30 Panel Discussion
Migration, Refugees from Solidarity to fear.

This debate will examine media reporting on migration and refugees psycho-social effect from solidarity to fear in the context of a post welcome culture.Talks will be examined by experts and the people’s forum.

Amelie Deuflhard - Artistic Director, Kampnagel Internationale Kulturfabrik
Caterina Lobenstein - Journalist with DIE ZEIT
Dr. Lilian Pizzi - Psychologist / psychotherapist with MSF
Oumar Mbengue - Initiator/ curator of The Museum of Im/migration
Yinka Kehinde - Diversity /intercultural trainer and project manager INTERAKTION e.V​ / Stiftung Mitarbeit

Moderator: Jana Sepehr and Larry Macaulay

Location: k2


19:00 - 20:30 Statements: Telling our story in a world GONE MAD!
Open Platform for statements, petitions and Demands - Plannings and agreements.

Moderator: Jana Sepehr and Larry Macaulay

Alessandro Paolo - Intercultural mediator 
Ali Alhassan - Speaker Lampedusa in Hamburg
Anass Aboura -  Migrantpolitan
Mohammad Tahir Khairkhowa - Afghan Voices
Rex Osa - Activist Flüchtlinge für Flüchtlinge   N
Salah Zatar - Journalist / Lecturer The Silent University 
Fatima Katoufe - Coordinator /President of the Association VOICE OF MIGRANTS France
Lama Alogli - Radio Presenter & Producer SALAM SHOW
Nidzara Ahmetasevic - Journalist Are You Syrious?  News
Nyima Jadama -Refugee Journalist project Our Voice  Gambia

Location: k2


  • with: Community Media Forum Europe (CMFE), UNESCO Chair on Community Media – Bundesverband Freier Radios (BFR) – Council of Europe’s media and internet division – AMARC Europe (World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters)

CMMA 2017 is organised by Refugee Radio Awareness Network, Arbeitsgemeinschaft Radio e.V and Kampnagel. Funded by Schöpflin Sitftung, ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius, Robert Bosch Stiftung, Council of Europe und Stiftung :do.

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