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Ukraine: Dialogue instead of Monologue, in cooperation with SEEMO, 29 March 2017, Vienna, Austria – agenda

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Wednesday, March 29 at 7 PM – 8 PM
Republikanischer Club; Rockhgasse 1, 1010 Wien, Österreich

A solution for the conflict in Ukraine is not to be seen anywhere. While the Trilateral Contact Group is painfully struggling for at least some progress in their negotiations, the humanitarian situation of the people is dramatic – particularly in the areas near to the contact line in Eastern Ukraine. Aides and OSCE observers on the ground are under pressure, as are journalists and artists. The rivalling political narratives present a picture of several monologues competing with each other rather than a sorely needed dialogue about the living and working conditions of the groups mentioned, as well as the ideological differences within Ukrainian society.

The Austrian Platform for Dialogue and Conflict Resolution in Ukraine is an alliance committed to a large number of dialogue supporting initiatives in Ukraine. They are to be implemented in 2017 – the year of the Austrian OSCE presidency – with a view to long-term effects. The panel discussion will give information about the projects envisaged and show existing and future possibilities for dialogue and conflict resolution in Ukraine. The discussion will be held in English

Wednesday, 29 March 2017, 7.00 p.m.
Venue Republikanischer Club, Rockhgasse 1, 1010 Vienna

Panel:
Yevgenia Belorusets:
Artist, author and photographer, Kiev/Kyiv (Belorusets Yevgenia)

Gudrun Gusel:
Manager of Foreign Aid Caritas, Vienna (CaritasVienna)

Roman Koval:
Mediator, director of the Institute for Peace and Common Ground, Kiev/Kyiv (Інститут миру і порозуміння)

Oliver Vujović:
Journalist, general secretary of SEEMO (South East Europe Media Organisation), Vienna (Seemo)

Moderation:
Hannes Swoboda:

MEP ret., president of the International Institute for Peace, Vienna
Please register: Claudia Hofer, hofer@aspr.ac.at

In cooperation with
Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (Friedensburg Schlaining)
Die Grüne Bildungswerkstatt (Grüne Bildungswerkstatt)
Herbert C. Kelman Institute (http://kelmaninstitute.org/)
Gesellschaft für Eurasische Studien
Karl Renner Institute (Karl-Renner-Institut)
tranzit.at (tranzit.at)

Conference Public Broadcasting in Bosnia and Herzegovina in cooperation with SEEMO, Sarajevo, 13-14 June, 2017, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina – agenda

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Tuesday 13 June 2017

Programme:

Tuesday 13 June 2017

09:00-09:15 Welcome addresses

Mr Denis Zvizdić, President of Council of Ministers of BiH

Mrs Dejana Radovanović Šarenac, President of BHRT Supervisory Board

Key notes speeches:

Mr Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights

Ms Ingrid Deltenre, Director General of the European Broadcasting Union

09:45-10:00 Coffee

Panel 1:

10:00-11:00 Challenges for public service media in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Financial, legal, ethnic, political challenges for PSM in BiH; remit; role for democracy; role for social cohesion; European standards

Chair: Borka Rudić

Panelists: Mr Belmin Karamehmedović, Director General of BHRT, Mr Frane Maroević, Director of OSCE RoFM, Paco Audije, Member of the Broadcasting Expert Group at the European Federation of Journalists, Mr Predrag Kovač, Director of CRA Discussion

Panel 2

11:00-12:30 Urgent help for BHRT

Political will; Financial help; Audience support to BHRT

Chair: Mufid Memija

Panelists: Momčilo Novaković, MP, Sead Kadić, MP, Nikola Lovrinović, MP, Mr Denis Zvizdić, Chairman of Council of Ministers of BiH, Ismir Jusko, Minister of Transport & Communications, Mr Marko Filli, Member of the EBU Executive Board, Oliver Vujović, Secretary General of South East Europe Media Organisation SEEMO

Discussion

12:30-13:30 Lunch

Panel 3

13:30-14:30 Current political setting for public service media

CoE standards on minorities and their representation in media; experience of constitutional nations and minorities; Swiss model; Spanish model

Chair: Borka Rudić

Panelists: Mr Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms Ingrid Deltenre, Director General of the EBU, Dr Juan Barata Mir, international expert on freedom of expression and media regulation, Fellow at the Centre for Internet & Human Rights, Germany

Discussion

14:30-15:00 Special session with Tanja Fajon, Member of European Parliament

Chair: Boris Bergant

15:00-15:30 Coffee

Panel 4

15:30-17:00 Sustainability of PSM system in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Changes of the system; Legal changes; Croatian channel

Chair: Mr Boris Bergant, EBU

Panelists: Ivan Vukoja, representative of HNS, Mr Belmin Karamehmedović, Director General BHRT, Mr Džemal Šabić, Director General of RTVFBiH, Mr Draško Milinović, Director General of RTRS, Patrick Penninckx, Council of Europe Head of Information Society Department, Dunja Mijatović, Former OSCE Representative of Freedom of the Media

Discussion

Panel 5

16:30-17:30 Conclusions


Wednesday 14 June 2017

Panel 5

09:00-11:30 Proposals for PSM in BiH

Chair: Mr Boris Bergant, European Broadcasting Union

Panelists: EBU, CoE, EFJ, OSCE, BHRT, SEEMO,

Discussion

11:30-11:45 Coffee

Panel 6

11:45-12:30 Conclusions

Investigative journalist national meeting – about

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Meeting of Investigative Journalists in Bulgaria, December 2007, by SEEMO in cooperation with Austrian Development Agency (ADA) and and Austrian Ministry for Foregin Affairs (BMEIA).

Meeting of Investigative Journalists in Albania, Tirana, Albania by SEEMO in cooperation with Austrian Development Agency (ADA), Albanian Institute for Media, Tirana and and Austrian Ministry for Foregin Affairs (BMEIA)

Meeting of Investigative Journalists in Serbia, Babe, Serbia, by SEEMO in cooperation with Austrian Development Agency (ADA) and and Austrian Ministry for Foregin Affairs (BMEIA).

Meeting of Investigative Journalists in Croatia, Opatija, Croatia, by SEEMO.

Meeting of Investigative Journalists in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, by SEEMO.

Meeting of Investigative Journalists in Poland, Warsaw, Poland by SEEMO.

Istanbul Media Days 2011 – Agenda

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May 16th, Mon
16:00-18:00

Tamirane &Reception

May 17th, Tue
09:30-11:00

E3 101

Keynote speech by Nuri M. Çolakoğlu, President, Dogan Media International, İstanbul: “Media in Turkey”

Discussion

12:00-13:00
Lunch Break

13:00-14:45
Kale Room

Key Lecture: Halil Nalçaoğlu, Istanbul Bilgi University Lecture: Prof. Adem Ayten, Istanbul University: Learning from History of Journalism in Turkey

Discussion

14:45-15:00
Coffee Break

16:30-16:45
Kale Room

Workshop by Esra Arsan , Faculty of Communication, Bilgi University, Istanbul

Discussion

 

16:30-16:45
Workshop by Ceyhan Kandemir , Faculty of Communication, Istanbul University

Discussion

May 18th, Web
11:00-13:00
E3 107

Key Lecture Prof. Thomas Bauer, University of Vienna: Media Usage in context of Social Change.

Students Forum

12:00-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:45

E3 103

SEEMO Panel: Press Freedom Situation in South, East and Central Europe

Anthony Mills, Press Freedom Manager, IPI, Vienna Radomir Licina, Co-owner and Senior Editor Daily Danas Belgrade, SEEMO Board Member, IPI Board Member Erol Onderoglu, BIANET, editor in chief, Istanbul Máté Stiglincz, Center for Independent Journalism, Budapest Kadri Gursel. Vice president of IPI Turkey and columnist of Milliyet, Istanbul

Discussion

Chairperson : Ferai Tınç, Foreign Policy Editor Hurriyet, IPI Board member, Istanbul

14:45-15:00

Coffee Break

15:00-16:30

SEEMO Workshop

Situation in Middle East and North Africa and Media

Anthony Mills, Press Freedom Manager, IPI, Vienna Wieland Schneider, Foreign Policy Editor, Die Presse, Vienna

Discussion

Chairperson: Oliver Vujovic, SEEMO Secretary General

16:30-16:45

Presentation of the project Belgrade Media Days and Okto TV Vienna / Okto TV Belgrade

Prof. Nada Popovic Perisic, Dean, Faculty for Media and Communication, University Singidunum Belgrade Chairperson: Oliver Vujovic, SEEMO Secretary General

May 19th, Thurs
10:00-12:00

E4 305

Key Lecture: Haluk Şahin Istanbul Bilgi University Guest Lectures: Serkan Demirtas, Hürryet Daily News, Istanbul: Challenges and Future Perspectives of Journalism in Turkey

Discussion

12:00-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:45

E3 307

SEEMO Workshop, Intercultural Environment and Media and Cultural Conflicts

Emilija Mancic, Researcher, University of Vienna, Vienna Prof. Cigdem Bozdag, University of Bremen,Bremen

Discussion

Chairperson : Oliver Vujovic, SEEMO Secretary General May 20th, Fri 11:00

Cultural-Old City Tour

14:45-16:30

Ekrem Dumanlı, Zaman newspaper, Istanbul

Speakers

Matija Babić Founder, Index.hr, Zagreb

Special guests – SEEMO

Phillipp Schmallegger, University of Vienna, Vienna Kristina Stevancevic, Assistant, Faculty for Media and Communication Singidunum Belgrade Participants University Vienna: Gülü, Yilmaz, University of Vienna, Vienna Harrer, Sabine; University of Vienna, Vienna Jimenez, Nicole University of Vienna, Vienna Lumetsberger, Sandra University of Vienna, Vienna Mair, Stefan, University of Vienna, Vienna Mairhofer, Susanne, University of Vienna, Vienna Mittlbach, Corinna, University of Vienna, Vienna Prummer, Andreas, University of Vienna, Vienna Sahin, Zeki, University of Vienna, Vienna Salleh, Sabariah, University of Vienna, Vienna Yanilmaz, Sümeyra University of Vienna, Vienna

Istanbul Media Days 2012 About

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II Istanbul media days 2012

A joint project in Istanbul from 3 – 7 December 2012 organised by Kadir Has University in Istanbul, University of Vienna, South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO),  South East and Central Europe PR Organisation (SECEPRO), International Academy (IA), International Institute- International Media Center (II-IMC)  and International Media Center (IMC), as also in cooperation with Austrian Cultural Forum (Kulturforum) Istanbul and  Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs of Austria.

Welcome!

South East European Region has always been the most vivid area of the old continent. It is the base of the question “where Europe begins and ends”. Istanbul is the right place to discuss this from the point of view of the media. As the idea of Europe has changed and transformed the media took its part in this transformation. The media in this region has evolved and transferred itself into new states immensely rapid. In some places and for some media it meant dissolve, for others fade-out or fade-in.  

Media is a sphere of several tools experienced on both side of the content providers and recipients: It needs energy in the air, limitless passion to think, to write, to answer, to capture and disseminate. How are we experiencing this change in the Southeastern Europe? Where do our ways intersect with the media?  Who are the new content providers? What happened to the old ones? What happened on the side of reader / of audience?  

Public relations and user friendly applications try to maintain the capacity of the media legacies and their transformation into the new media environment. This change on one side causes losses but brings fortunes for others on the other side.  What are these opportunities? The number of Internet and smart phone users in South East European region is an emerging market, Turkey is prevailing. Not only on the side of the end-users but also as creative content providers. Especially in journalism, music, videogames and others.  

Towards the end of 2012, let’s sum up all these questions make a list and discuss them at Kadir Has University, at the shores of Golden Horn.  

Journalism will be the center of our Media Days 2012 integrating old and new media. Professional perspectives- with contributions of newspapers, both private and public TV, PR landscape, the news making and analysis on and about Syria, TV Series and their prevalence in recent years.  

With the participation of journalists and online journalists, bloggers, columnists, other media and content providers, academics, industry and consultants from the South East European and European region we aim to create the most up to date atmosphere and put the agenda for the Media Days for 2013.  

Sincerely,  

Prof.Dr. Deniz Bayrakdar
Dean Faculty of Communication
Kadir Has University#
Istanbul, Turkey