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Multilingualism in Banat is a factual situation and a consequence of major historical events that took place in the 18th century, among which is certainly the German colonization, said today Dr .Filip Krčmar from the Historical Archive of Zrenjanin at the 5th European Conference dedicated to minority and local media, which is being held online […]

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“Minority, and especially local media, bring spice to all discussions and actually allow us to nurture the diversity that is necessary for any kind of progress and innovation”, said Violeta Bulc, curator of the Ecocivilisation movement and former EU Commissioner for Transport and Communication in her introductory speech of the 5th European Conference Devoted to […]

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Can minority media, which were established as print media, become only online media? Will the medium thus lose readers, or will it connect even more with the existing audience and attract a new one? “It was really a tough task for the whole team to go through this, but it’s been a great relief actually […]

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‘Minority media have a vital role in providing credible information that saves lives in the context of the pandemic.’   The 4th European Conference dedicated to minority and local media has ended today.   Speaking about innovations in culture and the concept of open cities, Biljana Mickov, a cultural scientist from the University of Reims/Sorbonne, […]

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‘The year 2020 has been challenging for media: it has given a lot, and it has taken a lot, too. Our opinion is that when we focus on the things that life gives, they can grow, and if we focus on things that are not there, the lack grows,’ said Natasa Heror, director of Heror […]

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Ecocivilisation as an innovative approach and relatively new concept in our society tells a story about general market failure that creates the need for decoupling between the growth in human well-being and the use of planetary resources, says Jurij Giacomelli, founder and managing Director of Giacomelli Media and founder of Circular Business Academy.   Ecocivilisation is […]

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Marija Mandić, a senior research associate at the SANU’s Institute for Balkan Studies, who is one of the panellists of the 4th European Minority and Local Media Conference, is engaged in linguistic and anthropological research in Southeast Europe.   Her special areas of interest include linguistic anthropology, critical discourse analysis, ethnic and national identity, and […]

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