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Intercultural Media Pilots - a media project for European Volunteers
Start date: Aug 1, 2015, End date: Jan 31, 2017 PROJECT  FINISHED 

Context/background of project: Aarhus Global Media has many years of expertise in intercultural media work and wants to share it with youngs europeans. This young europeans will contribute to enlarge the european horizon of Aarhus Global Media. Objectives of the project: is to give young people a intercultural media platform, where they have the opportunity to learn intercultural competences, gain ICT skills and be aware of EU citizenship. The cross- media platform in the project consists of CM stations ( radio and TV and web) from Aarhus Global Media, which are active and anchored in Aarhus for several years. This offers a win-win situation for young people and the CM stations. The project will provide the young EVS volunteers with specialized and basic training courses and workshops for media skills. Number and profile of participants: 2 young people interested in intercultural media work (radio, TV, web) Description of activities: workshops relevant to production of media products (recording, editing and journalistic skills). production of radio programmes (broadcastet at the FM channel 98,7 Mhz in Aarhus) and TV programmes (broadcastet at the digital and regional Kanal Østjylland/Channel East Jutland). working with social media (creation and update of project Facebook site) designing , producing and broadcasting their own radio and TV program interacting with other AAGM's local partners giving assistance at media workshops to ethnic children at Søndervangskolen( 90% of pupils have another background then Danish) Methodology to be used in carrying out the project: Project has strong non-formal learning and intercultural dimension, as entire work is based on non-formal learning methods. Short description of the results and impact envisaged: Intercultural competances (a useful skill for life and work), social inclusion, digital skills (recording, editing in radio &TV), journalistic skills, production of Youth radio an TV programmes The potentiel longer term benefits: To give young people digital skills. To promote a greater recognition for skills acquired through voluntary activities. To give awareness of the value of voluntary activities. To contribute for better chances of employement and entrepeneurship for young people. To stimulate active participation in society, awareness of EU citizenship and social inclusion. To empower young people to express their needs, expectations, priorities and suggestions.
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