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Media Release IFJ -- 3 March 2004

5 березня, 2004 р.

    > Challenge of Reporting Diversity Sparks Dialogue Between Journalists and
    > Ethnic Groups To Improve Media Quality
    > With European enlargement imminent and concern over the consequent changes
    > in society, the role of mass media in covering the affairs of ethnic
    > minorities, immigrants and asylum seekers is ever-more important, say the
    > organizers of the press-launch of the new European Day of Media Monitoring
    > report on media performance.
    > The report will be presented during a press launch in Brussels at the
    > International Press Centre RИsidence Palace, Rue de la Loi 155, on 15
    > from 14:00 to 16:00, to highlight the standard of reporting ethnic
    > minorities and immigrants by newspapers and television news. This first
    > European-wide benchmark report is based on a one-day monitoring of the
    > output of 13 November 2003, taken up by the National Focal Points of the
    > European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC) in all 15 EU
    > Member States.
    > "This report and the context in which it is released is a challenge to all
    > journalists and media covering Europe" said Aidan White, General Secretary
    > of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), who will introduce a
    > set of recommendations for journalists on reporting on the multicultural
    > society and minority groups. "This is not a debate about controlling
    > journalists or punishing media, it is about setting standards that will
    > sure journalists are telling the full story and making sure that everyone
    > who counts is in the picture".
    > At the launch Online/More Colour in the Media (OL/MCM) will present plans
    > for a European Week of Action, to take place in the following week (15-21
    > March), with national activities and events promoting the dialogue between
    > journalists and minority audiences in twelve countries.
    > OL/MCM, the IFJ, the European Network Against Racism (ENAR) and the EUMC,
    > the main partners of the project, are using this occasion to highlight the
    > importance of involving minority organizations, journalists, editors and
    > broadcasters in a plan of action to improve quality in reporting on
    > diversity in the present multicultural societies. Each of the parties will
    > express a common commitment to future activities in response to the
    > findings.
    > "The dialogue and commitment to work together is a vital component in
    > building a credible and lasting strategy for journalism that deals with
    > diversity issues in a factual, sensitive, inclusive and professional way"
    > said White.
    > The European Day of Media Monitoring is an initiative of OL/MCM and is
    > financially supported by the European Commission.
    > For more information, see: www.olmcm.org/edmm/index.htm
    > The European Day of Media Monitoring, Media and minorities - from
    > to active participation
    > For more information on the press launch and on the European Day of Media
    > Monitoring, please contact:
    > OL/MCM - Martina Valdetara
    > Tel.: +31-(0) 30-2399035 / martina.valdetara@olmcm.org
    > <mailto:martina.valdetara@olmcm.org> / www.olmcm.org
    > OR
    > The IFJ - Ann-Christina Hansen
    > Tel.: + / projects@ifj.org
    > Ann-Christina Hansen
    > International Federation of Journalists
    > Residence Palace
    > Bloc C, 2nd Floor, Room 02251
    > 155, rue de la Loi
    > 1040 Brussels, Belgium
    > Tel: 0032 2 235 22 12
    > Fax: 0032 2 235 22 19
    > E-mail: projects@ifj.org
    > URL: www.ifj.org
    > URL: www.brusselsreporter.org
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