Watch the short documentary from #MyStory partners EuroformRFS, featuring the testimonials of seven migrants recounting the ways in which they use media. The documentary was shown at Euroform's Naples event on January 27th 2017 which you can read about here.
DOCUMENTARY: Imprint Media Messages – Migration and Refugee Crisis as an Excellent Field of Agenda Setting
Directed by Laszlo Hartai from the Hungarian Moving Image and Media Education Association, Imprint Media Messages explores the effect that negative media representations of migrants and refugees has had on the perceptions of Hungarian citizens and how these perceptions have been exploited by those in power. The documentary forms part of the #MyStory: Media, Migrants & Refugees Project funded by the European Commission's Europe for Citizens Programme and coordinated by The European Association for Viewers Interests - EAVI.
Imprint Media Messages – Migration and Refugee Crisis as Excellent Field of Agenda Setting, Szeged Hungary
At the first Hungarian event of the My Story project we explored the direct experiences and other sources of information based on which our participants (about 70 people, workers of migrants’ organisations, mayors, journalists, teachers and students, representatives of higher education institutions and citizens) had formed their internal views and opinions on the migrant crisis. These sources, for instance, included personal experiences, the following of opinion leaders and basing opinions on content from television, Internet or government facilitated propaganda.
On Friday, January 27 2017, in the Aula Pessina of the University of Naples Federico II, a new chapter of the “My Story “event will be explored. The conference "My Story. Positive experiences of migrants and refugees" has been organized by Euroform RFS within the project "Europe for Citizens ", coordinated by EAVI.
On Wednesday 14/12 InterMediaKT organised the event “Internet Media Literacy, migration and the role of online media journalism: good practices and dangers”, as part of the project #MyStory: Media, Migrants and Refugees, which aims to apply media literacy education in shaping the ways in which the migrant crisis is presented in the media and [...]
Organised by the Alliance Internationale de Journalistes (AIJ) and held at offices of the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) in Brussels, the first event of #MyStory involved roundtable debates with around 50 people in attendance. The debate addressed Europe’s reaction to mass migration and the dangers of sensationalism, political bias and stereotyping in mainstream [...]