#1 Speaking out loud - Empowerment through community based media
Radio Workshop with partners from Cyprus (CCMC) and UK (Desi Radio)
Mi, 13. Juni 2018, 10.00 bis 16.00 Uhr
C3 - Centrum für Internationale Entwicklung, Audre Lorde Studio,
Sensengasse 3, 1090 Wien
„Speaking out loud - Empowerment through community based media“ aims at improving the qualifications of the people who produce community media, especially women and migrants. Community media as a low threshold tool seeks to empower common people to make themselves heard.
13. June 2018: Radio Workshop
10.00 bis 16.00 Uhr
C3 – Centrum für Internationale Entwicklung, Audre Lorde-Studio, Sensengasse 3, 1090 Vienna
You want to produce either a news bulletin, a simple feature, arts news or a report on feminist issues, migrant rights or conflict resolution? You will put together a magazine programme which you will broadcast towards the end of the day. What are the different elements used? How can it help you reach out to your community?
• This training is aimed at human rights activists, media activists and those who want to become such.
• The training is free of charge. By participating you are committing to use the acquired skills and knowledge in media interventions in your activism and advocacy work after the training.
• To apply, please send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org by June 10th 2018; we will let you know about your application until June 11th
• The workshops will be delivered in English.
Ann Kaye (United Kingdom) has worked with the Panjabi Centre for many years, initially for Women’s Radio Group. She has spent her career in radio broadcasting, firstly with the BBC and subsequently at other BBC and commercial radio stations. She was the first producer at Talk Radio UK, the first national commercial all speech radio station in the UK.. She has lectured in radio skills at a UK University for 14 years as well as on other courses throughout the UK. She has also worked on training projects in communication skills for the EU in Malta, Lithuania, Romania and Ukraine. (www.annkaye.com)
Natalie Konyalian (Cyprus) is production coordinator of Cyprus Community Media Center (CCMC), as well as the station manager of MYCYradio. She is a videographer, and has been working in the NGO sector for the last five years. During her years at CCMC, Natalie has produced multiple short videos for a number of civil society organisations across the island, on topics relating to peace and reconciliation, youth, gender, the environment, human rights, education and culture.
Petra Pint (Austria) is the editor of the Austrian magazine Frauen*solidarität (Women’s Solidarity). Frauen*solidarität is an NGO which deals with global power relations from a feminist point of view (http://www.frauensolidaritaet.org/). Petra is trained in radio and video journalism (esp. community media) as well as in media literacy.
Small refreshments will be served
The venue can be reached by ramp and lift.