Building communities through in-real-life engaged journalism

2018-04-14 09:30:00 2018-04-14 10:45:00 Europe/Rome Building communities through in-real-life engaged journalism #ijf18 Le redazioni di tutto il mondo stanno riconoscendo l'importanza dell'impegno nella vita reale per aggregare le comunità. Ecco tre progetti che mettono alla prova la nostra crescente dipendenza dai social media ospitando eventi faccia a faccia e progetti comunitari. NYLA Live (Nanook) è una serie di dibattiti dal vivo che mette al centro le forze culturali e sociali che modellano il nostro mondo. Scopo di questi eventi è quello di concentrarsi sulle questioni della comunità e invitare il pubblico, proveniente da diversi background sociali e punti di vista politici, a discutere di persona, invece di ricorrere a commenti indignati e/o arrabiati su Facebook. No Refuge Tour (The Bureau of Investigative Journalism) porterà il pubblico in tutto il Regno Unito dietro le quinte del lavoro del Bureau Local sulla violenza domestica, con l'aiuto di uno spettacolo comico - The refuge woman - creato da una delle nostre collaboratrici durante il corso dell'inchiesta. The refuge woman sarà portato in scena nei piccoli teatri locali di otto città in tutta l'Inghilterra: Leeds, Carlisle, Lancaster, Norwich, Bristol, Birmingham, Sunderland e Londra. South Side Photo Walk (South Side Newspaper Project) documenta la vita dei residenti del South Side di Syracuse - una comunità urbana ampiamente ignorata dai media mainstream, composta principalmente da residenti afroamericani che vivono in gran parte o al di sotto della soglia di povertà. Con questo obiettivo, South Side Newspaper Project offre una formazione grazie a fotografi professionisti, seguita da una passeggiata nel quartiere per documentare un tipico sabato. Moderato da Jennifer Choi, l'evento fa parte dell'iniziativa Finding Common Ground, che mira a raggiungere una collaborazione transnazionale tra professionisti dell'informazione in grado di coinvolgere le persone e farle incontrare con chi è diverso. Organizzato in collaborazione con Agora Journalism Center, Finding Common Ground è stato reso possibile dai finaziamenti di Robert Bosch Stiftung e News Integrity Initiative. Hotel Brufani - Sala Priori - Perugia

community & trust | in English (without translation)

  • 09:30 - 10:45   saturday 14/04/2018

Hotel Brufani - Sala Priori

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Jennifer Choi
News Integrity Initiative CUNY
Maeve McClenaghan
Bureau of Investigative Journalism
Greg Munno
Newhouse School Syracuse University
Karolis Vysniauskas
Nanook Multimedia

Newsroom across the globe are recognizing the importance of in-real-life engagement to bring communities together. Here are three projects challenging our increasing reliance on social media by hosting face-to-face events and community projects.

  • Nanook’s “NYLA Live” is a series of live debates that aims to understand cultural and social forces that shape our world. The purpose of these events is to focus on community issues and invite the public from different social backgrounds and political views to discuss their ideas face to face, instead of going to angry Facebook comments.
  • The Bureau of Investigative Journalism’s “No Refuge Tour” will take audiences across the UK behind the scenes of the Bureau Local’s domestic violence work, with the help of a one-woman comedy show created by one of our collaborators during the course of the investigation. The Refuge Woman will be shown to small local theatres in eight locations across England: Leeds, Carlisle, Lancaster, Norwich, Bristol, Birmingham, Sunderland and London.
  • South Side Newspaper Project’s “South Side Photo Walk” aims to document the residents who live in Syracuse’s South Side — an urban community largely ignored by the mainstream media, comprised mostly of African-American residents living largely at or below the poverty line. With this intention, the South Side Newspaper Project offers a photo training by professional photographers followed by a walk through the neighborhood to document a typical Saturday.

This session is a part of the Finding Common Ground initiative that aims to achieve cross-border collaboration with engagement practitioners in the media by supporting projects that get people to look up from their devices, meet people with different opinions, listen, and engage in meaningful and civil dialogue across silos and polarized positions.

Moderator: Jennifer Choi

Panelists:

  • Greg Munno, South Side Newspaper Project’s South Side Photo Walk
  • Karolis Vysniauskas, Nanook’s NYLA Live
  • Maeve McClenaghan, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism’s No Refuge Tour

Organised in association with the Agora Journalism Center, the gathering place for innovation in communication and civic engagement, at University of Oregon’s School of Journalism & Communication. Finding Common Ground is made possible through generous grants from Robert Bosch Stiftung and News Integrity Initiative.











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