Conference 2010

How media and civil society

can cooperate to make the media more diverse

Budapest, 25-26 February 2010

Making the media more diverse and truly reflecting the European multicultural society is a responsibility of both the Media and organizations representing third-country nationals living in Europe. To achieve this change both parties should participate in constructive dialogues to support the interculturalisation process of the media. How can journalists and media professionals develop parallel work to make the media more diverse? Which tools and methodologies are in place to make this change? What is working at community and local level and what can be changed at national and European level?

By answering those and other questions, the
Tuning in to Diversity 2010 Conference offered journalists, representatives of immigrant and minority organizations, other media practitioners and researchers in the field of media and diversity a unique occasion to meet, exchange ideas and experiences and learn from each other. Around 250 participants from 14 European countries joined this international conference that took place at the Millenaris Center in the heart of Budapest on the 25 & 26  of February 2010.

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European Fund for Integration of 
Third Country Nationals

European Union's Fundamental Rights
and Citizenship Program