Kiez.FM has currently two Franco-German and European projects:
– Muckefunk, the French-German radio show on Berlin that speaks about daily Franco-German life in the German capital.
– Since 2014, Europhonica, a monthly radio show from the European Parliament in Strasburg with Radio Campus France and non-commercial radios from Italy, Spain and Portugal.
Project running since 2013:
Kiez.FM cooperate with Radio Campus France on Europhonica, since 2013. With Radio Panik Brussels for covering the results of European Elections in April and May 2014. With Radio Orange Vienna for workshops on multilinguism in media via it’s training structure COMMIT Austria.
Kiez.FM is the lead partner. Leslie Fornero and Adrian Garcia-Landa have developed the concept of Von Kiez zu Kiez.
Cafébabel is the first European participatory magazine made for young Europeans across borders.
Cafébabel is published in 6 languages – English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Polish – and relies on a network of 1,500 volunteer authors, translators, photographers and filmmakers in Europe.
On cafébabel, we talk about Europe “in Real Life”. Always dynamic with an off-the-wall style, sometimes funny but sometimes serious as well, we cover society, politics, culture and lifestyle topics that suit young Europeans.
The European Movement is an international organisation open to all political, economic, social and cultural trends in civil society. Its objective is to contribute to the establishment of a united, federal Europe founded on the principles of peace, democracy, liberty, solidarity, and respect for basic human rights.
It seeks to provide a structure to encourage and facilitate the active participation of citizens and civil society organisations in the development of a united Europe. Its national councils and associated member organisations work towards bringing together representatives from European associations, political parties, enterprises, trade unions and individual lobbyists.
Info zone (Croatian Info zona) is a non-governmental, non-profit youth information and counselling organization with headquarters in Split, second largest city in Croatia and capital of the region of Dalmatia.
Ever since its foundation (2008), Info zone operates in concordance with three strategic programmes:
1) YOUTH INFORMATION AND COUNSELLING;
2) SUPPORTING THE ACTIVE PARTICIPATION OF YOUTH IN THE COMMUNITY AND PARTICIPATING IN YOUTH POLICY CREATION;
3) NON-PROFIT YOUTH MEDIA.
Info zone is a non-governmental, non-profit organization, which increases the level of youth information, provides youth with support in their personal and professional development, participates in the creation of youth policies and develops inter-sector cooperation with the goal of youth social inclusion. Info zone operates on local, regional and national level.
Informed, educated, active and independent youth in a society of equal opportunities.
To create all the necessary conditions for the improvement of youth quality of life and their successful inclusion in the community through youth informing, counselling and education and through the work towards other stakeholders and in cooperation with them.
Info zone is also:
– member of ERYICA (European Youth Information and Counselling Agency) through the Association of Youth Information Centres in Croatia (ZICM);
– member of European Youth Press (EYP)
– EURODESK multiplicator;
– member of USE-IT Europe;
– member of Croatian Youth Network.
KLFM is a project and initiative to create a community radio, whose primary intentions to be of service to these so called „cultural minority“. In terms of program, KLFM is basically directed towards contents concerning the local and urban culture, as well as the independent and counter-culture, or in a nutshell; the sort of culture which is not represented by commercial and mainstream media.
The methodology of activity is conceived in the form of educational context. Our wish is that all radio program content has an educational approach regardless of its content (music, comics, local and independent culture, less represented and non commercial sport and similar). The second basic element is participation, where the maximum engagement of people is achieved through the inclusion of interested associates (apropos new members of radio), and their training in techniques depending on radio, in order to give the maximum activation. This model of approach creates a network of newly active citizens, not only in radio media, but in a transmedial way, according to the media concept which is described in the following text. KLFM is represented by means of the integration of several elements of new media. The radio program is transmitted through the internet, as online streaming, and all the shows are then archived in the form of podcast. Using this method, the whole content is available on demand. Likewise, each show has its complementary content on the associated web site, in blog form.
This media process provides several communication channels to each show, and it also provides the maximum availability of all the content, according to contemporary media practice. Using thus concept, the participation of listeners is achieved according the basic intention of KLFM – radio for Community!
InPerspective is a non-profit project made up of a network of journalists, translators and readers dedicated to reporting stories that explore different subjects and perspectives from all over the world.
We believe that journalism must inform society in a comprehensive manner. That’s why InPerspective starts at a point where the conventional media reaches its limits by giving voice to worldwide perspectives. To address readers from all over the world, InPerspective translates all articles into as many languages as possible. Our team of translators works alongside the founding team and the journalists to promote and to implement our vision.
Our journalists write about timely issues selected by our community. The platform allows for writers to create new topics both with regional or global focuses. InPerspective is managed by a core group of editors and regional coordinators.
Split – Charlottenburg/Wilmersdorf partnership started in the year 1970 (times of Cold War and Berlin Wall, when people from Split/Croatia could freely walk on both sides of the Wall). Times and political systems have changed (there is no more the Wall, Croatia is 28th member state of the EU), partnership is still in good condition, strengthening. Representatives of the cities regularly visit each other on yearly basis, various cultural groups perform (theatre, music, dance…) at city festivities, or play (water-polo, volleyball…), chambers of commerce have their communications, grammar schools are starting to cooperate…
Up to today we have in this partnership no experience in citizen projects (in sense of the program ‘Europe for Citizen’). This is one of 15 official partnerships that the City has worldwide (one among ten in Europe).