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Conference on Migration and Media Awareness:
Looking Back, Thinking Ahead – Tag 3

  • © Kampnagel
digital / Migrantpolitan / Theory
  • In English
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  • Sat, 30.10.2021 10:00
    Kampnagel, Gängeviertel and online

From October 28 to 30, Kampnagel will host the second edition of the CONFERENCE ON MIGRATION AND MEDIA AWARENESS (CMMA) – a forum for media professionals, journalists, politicians, decision makers, civil society activists and people with and without refugee and migration experience. After the first edition in November 2017, the focus is now once again on strengthening alliances for the rights of migrants and refugees, on solidarity in a society beyond hate, and on media presentations beyond stereotyping. With CMMA 2021, journalist, moderator and media entrepreneur Larry Moore Macaulay combines lectures, panels, debates and cultural formats with top-class experts on the theme “Looking Back, Thinking Ahead” – the focus is on topics such as inclusion, diversity and participation in the media and arts sector (community & mainstream). Analog and digital, a discursive exchange on political moods and opinions in the “(post) pandemic era” will emerge, analyzing diversity as a norm and a strength, and seismographically touching on upcoming issues in global discourses. Everybody Welcome!


10:05 - 11:30 WORKSHOP
Countering Disinformation through media literacy: With the presentation of the Council of Europe Study “Media Literacy for all. Supporting marginalised groups through community media’ Report“ Mis - Dis – Mal – information.
Speakers: Martina Chapman-National coordinator Media Literacy Ireland, member of the CoE Committee of Experts (MSI-JOQ), Shawn Powers (Chief Strategy Officer, United States Agency for Global Media (USAGM), Susanne Bellinghausen (Founding CoDirector Open Culture Agency Berlin), Celso Soares (Chairman of the Board CulturFACE - Cultural Association for Development - Portugal), Sabika Shah Povia (Carta di Roma Association – Italy).
Session chaired by: Nadia Bellardi (Transcultural Consulting / Community Media Forum)

11:00 - 12:30 WORKSHOP
Memories of Mogadishu project
The Memories of Mogadishu workshop will explore migration and memories in post conflict societies with the goal of fostering greater inclusion.
Speaker: Asha Siad (Somali Canadian Journalist, Documentary Filmmaker and Memories of Mogadishu Conference Curator)
Session Moderated by: Ahmed Nuur Ibrahim Founder/chairman Somali community Hamburg


Media migrating across the continent through female African journalists. Outlook, Advocacy & Experience.
Guests: Fathia Elaouni (President Standing committee, Senior Editor-in-Chief L’antenne de Radio2M), Phumelele Dlamini (Soweto TV), Jacinta Odubanjo (Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria), Christelle
NGALEU (Hommes d’Afrique Magazine)
Moderation: Birgitte Jallov (President Community Media Forum Europe CMFE)

14:00 - 19:00 EXHIBITION
Performance formats with positive counter-narratives, social commitment, and exile-born creativity.
Live Painting: Natural Spirits by Nii-Armah Hammond
Audiovisual Performance: Ijakadi Okan by Israel Akpan Sunday

15:00 - 16:00 CMFE General Assembly

“You can’t understand someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes”. A multi-perspective conversation across professional boundaries.
Contributors: Lisa Mende (HybOrg), Lorenz Wiese (FFVT / HybOrg), Merlin Flaig (FFVT).

Thanatopolitics, immigration and Racism Bugaboo: "Let’s get kritical"
This debate will examine migration, xenophobia and their psychosocial effects, with a focus on the increase in racially motivated hate crimes and murders across Europe and around the world.
Speakers: Miranti Hirschmann (Journalist and foreign correspondence for TV-One Indonesia), Mohamed Amjahid (Journalist, Author of the Book The White Spot - A Guide to AntiRacist Thinking), LaToya Oloruntoyin Manly-Spain (Activist/Advocate for social justice in the black feminist, Anti-racism, Anti-Colonialism movements), Giulia Dessi (Project Manager - Media Diversity Institute, UK).
Session chaired by: Larry Macaulay (Founder Refugee Radio Network).

18:15 - 19:15 PANEL
Pan-African Media Forum: Migration and Labor Mobility within Africa and Beyond an entrepreneurship exchange for sustainable development.
Speakers: Chiponda Chumbelu (Editor DW Business Berlin), Amos Onyango (Founder Lawy Afrik Technology, Author, Project Manager PLO Lumumba Foundation Kenya), Joy Zenz (Founder & Ceo African Women in Trade (AWT) Germany), Kemo Camara (Founder / CEO at Omek | Entrepreneur | Economist | Diversity & Inclusion Advocate).
Session chaired by: Dr. Susan Tatah Founder/Host The Africa we want e.V Int. Non-profit Organization & Pan-African Daily TV Germany.

19:30 - 20:30 STATEMENTS "Looking Back, Thinking Ahead"
Open Platform for statements, petitions, and demands, plannings and agreements for creating opportunities for yourself without asking permission. The platform is filled with vibrant speakers and perspectives.
Guests: Lina Chawaf (Executive Editor in Chief Radio Rozana France), Rufine Nadège Songué (Regional coordinator Netzwerk medien.vielfalt! Freiburg), Adam Labaran (Vice-President of the Refugees Union in Portugal UREP), Benedictus Agbelom (Community Manager Migrant Media Network) Moaeed Shekhane (Founder Darb Attabana Youth Club, Germany), Frankie Reid (Production Coordinator at Migration Matters e.V. Germany)
Moderation: Anas Aboura, Nyima Jadama

Among others with: Community Media Forum Europe (CMFE), Bundesverband Freier Radios (BFR), Voice of America (VOA), U.S. Agency for Global Media, União de Refugiados Em Portugal(UREP), r0g_agency Berlin, Our voice, African women in Trade EU, Netzwerk Medien Viefalt! German Development Institute (DIE), Centre for Human Rights Erlangen-Nuremberg (CHREN), World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC), Environmental Investigative Forum (EIF),Ostinato Records, Les Panafricaines, Memories of Mogadishu Initiative, Associação Cultural para o Desenvolvimento (CulturFACE), Somali Community Hamburg e.V,PLO Lumumba Foundation, Lawy Afrik Technology.

CMMA 2021 is jointly organised by Refugee Radio Network, Arbeitsgemeinschaft Radio e.V and Kampnagel.

Supported by: Schöpflin Sitftung, Robert Bosch Stiftung, NUE Stiftung.

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