We aim to develop and empower european dialogue and collaboration and hence contribute to strenghten european identity and diversity.We promote citizenship and democracy by helping our community connect, learn, create, and share.
EUCMC is a non profit community media centre that assists and helps kids, youngsters and adults to tell their stories. Education -development of competences, sharing of knowledge and exchange of ideas- is key to our values of citizenship and democracy -not only locally but also in the european perspective.
EUROPEAN COMMUNITY MEDIA CENTRE FOR DIVERSITY AND INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE
BUILDING COMMUNITY THROUGH MEDIA
EUROPEAN COMMUNITY MEDIA CENTRE, BJØRNHOLMS ALLE 6, DK-8260 VIBY J, ATT: RUI MONTEIRO, +45 60 29 75 50, EUCMCAARHUS@GMAIL.COM
EUCMC assists and helps kids, youngsters and adults to tell their stories. Education is key to citizenship and democracy in Denmark and Europe.We train kids and their teachers in school to do media by creating media training at a professional level and establishing facilities locally.As a public acces broadcaster we involve and train local and european youth workers and volunteers in media production and broadcast building competences for further education and employability.EUCMC enhances community involvement by introducing audiences to new voices and ideas on stage, screen and over the air. We include citizens of all ages and ethnicities in our training and practice.
Connect, learn, create, and share.
We promote citizenship and democracy by helping our community connect, learn, create, and share.We aim to develop and empower european dialogue and collaboration and hence contribute to strenghten european identity and diversity.Among our latest projects are ‘Gendertalks’ in Macedonia about gender and equality in the Balkans, 'Message in a Bottle' in Denmark about learnings methods and ‘Competence Promotion in School’ in Germany about strategies for inclusion and media, all with european partners.Coming up is new projects for local schools, a creative partnership with European Culture Capital 2018 in Valetta and Leeuwarden and a learning project about inclusion and acceptance of autistic children in society.Finally EUCMC broadcast radio in Aarhus and television in East Jutland, and has recently started streaming web-tv on the internet.