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"Kinder der Freiheit-Bewegung durch Kunst"

Eine Veranstaltung des IFDE e.V. mit Partnern: RBB-das Kulturradio, Deutsch-Bulgarisches Forum e.V. , Das Bulgarische Kulturinstitut und

YCBS-Das Internationale Jugendradio.

 

Die Proteste haben viele Gesichter. Alternative Lebensformen, Demokratisierung, Frieden, internationale Solidarität sind  Themen der neuen Bewegungen. Ihre Wirkung entfalten sie nicht in der Eroberung der Staatsmacht, sondern in der Veränderung alltäglicher Lebenspraxen und gesellschaftlicher Werte.

 

"Kinder der Freiheit-Bewegung durch Kunst"
Das Radio YCBS hat die Initiative für das Projekt „Kinder der Freiheit“ gestartet. Das Radio gibt Menschen aus anderen Ländern und jenseits des Mainstreams eine Stimme. Auch die Kinder der Freiheit, wie sie sich selbst nennen, Studenten aus Sofia, haben ihre Geschichten für YCBS und mittels Radio erzählt. Dabei haben sie gelernt, wie wichtig ein unabhängiges und interaktives Radio ist, wichtig für die Zivilgesellschaft und für den Protest. Das Feature „Kinder der Freiheit“ erreichte auch die Hörer des RBB-das Kulturradio.
Kinder der Freiheit-Bewegung durch Kunst[...]
PDF-Dokument [71.7 KB]

"Die Oligarchen und die Politik"

Ein Artikel von der Politikwissenschaftlerin Inna Melnykovska, Dozentin der Osteuropastudien an der F.U. Berlin über Oligarichie und Seilschaften in Osteuropäischen Ländern. Besucht Media-Bridges und liest den ganzen Artikel!

http://www.media-bridges-ycbs.eu/#Artikel


"Die Oligarchen und die Politik in Kriegs- und Krisenzeiten. Wie kann das eherne Gesetz der Oligarchie in der Ukraine gebrochen werden?
Von Inna Melnykovska, Berlin

Zusammenfassung
Die Seilschaften zwischen Politik und Wirtschaft haben den Krieg und die Krisen überdauert. Hinter der breit diskutierten und sogar noch stärker gewordenen Präsenz der Großunternehmer in der Politik verbergen sich jedoch qualitative Veränderungen innerhalb der ukrainischen Oligarchie. Einst vereint in der Patronage-Maschinerie Janukowytschs, bemüht sich die kritische Masse der Oligarchen nun um die Sicherung ihrer akkumulierten Vermögen."

 

"My language means my culture"

 

ycbs.eu/index.php/en/the-pomaks-in-bulgaria/my-language-means-my-culture.html

The language reflects the mentality, traditions and emotions. It tells the history of particular culture. The other way round,  from their own culture and history people develop a certain language system with some exceptions and rules. An international language such as English helps us obviously to communicate but it cannot replace the mother language.

In our international project we present the languages that can be categorized according to the particular language families, they are the groups of the Germanic, Slavic, Altaic, Romanic, Afroasiatic, Indogermanic and Sino-Tibetan languages.
Listen to the further languages that are hardly spoken in the streets of central European cities as Bulgarian and Ladino.

 

"Languages as a cultural heritage and as a tool for ethnic division", lecture held by Mila Zaharieva-Schmolke

 

"Migration and culture changing borders"


Sound pictures of migration and borders

 

“Students from five countries - that is a lot of potential!” – I thought as the project “Europe on Air – Migration and culture changing borders” started.

 

 

Europe On Air on YCBS

 

About the Live program Europe On Air

 

"Since the very beginning, I believed that the diversity of the participants would endorse the learning process about migration, its dynamics and history. And that the students could analyze the facts through their different yet unique cultural lenses and share their opinions with one another.

 

Borders and migration

 

The borders are all around us. They are built or demolished when large groups of people move or when political powers decide to divide a certain territory laying down a demarcating line between neighbors and ethnic groups. How do people deal with borders that change in their direct environments, in their cities and towns? That is an interesting and very complex topic that we have attempted to explore in our radio broadcast on 88vier. “Let’s write moderations and texts about experiences and current situation concerning migration and borders from your countries” I suggested." (by Mila Zaharieva-Schmolke).

 

 

Georgia

 

"Georgia faces problems related to territorial integrity that results in invisible and visible walls that divide country and people. Nowadays there are about 300 000 internally displaced persons who are migrants in their own country. Every 14 th person is displaced from his own home. State provides these people with small allowance in an amount of 50 Euros and State health insurance. Besides, Georgia has accepted 80 migrants from Syria and 200 from Iraq. They are provided with the similar allowance. 

The third part of Georgia is still occupied. This is a result of the two wars between Georgia and Russia back in 1992 and in 2008. The borders are controlled by the Russian military and Russian tanks.(...)" (by the Georgian group)

 

Spain

 

"Throughout its history, Spain has been a sending country. During the civil war and after the crisis of 2008 a lot of Spanish people went abroad to find a better situation but Spain has has also been a major receiver during the good economic years.(...)
Now, if we take a look at the figures, Latin Americans and Subsaharians together are already half of the immigrant population.(...)"
 (by the Spanish group)

 

Germany

 

"In Germany, in the recent years, we have been dealing with the massive influx of refugees from Syria and Northern Africa. The integration of these newcomers is currently creating challenges fort he German government as well as civil society as a whole. Currently, one is trying to avoid making the same mistakes as in the 1960s and 70s.(...)" (by the German group)

 

Belgium

 

"When it comes to Migration, Belgium is divided in two parts. One on hand you have the people who are welcoming migrants/refugees.They organize fundraisers, they donate clothes and toys, or help as a volunteer with the integration.
On the other hand, you have the right-winged people who don't welcome them at all.(...) The news coverage in our country is also divided. A few weeks ago there were small riots in Brussels against migrants. VRT, the public broadcasting, minimizes the problem by only showing footage of the police standing still, protesters walking.(...)" 
 (by the Belgian group)

 

Bulgaria

 

"Since Bulgaria is situated on the mere crossroad between the East and the West, it is only natural that it is a part of the so called “Road of hope” - the main migrant route from the Mediterranian to Western Europe. 
Not too many migrants want to remain in Bulgaria permanently, however. On the one hand – the socio-economic situation in the country is not attractive for them, on the other – the majority of Bulgarians are not too welcoming or tolerant to the moving masses. The media contributes hugely for this lack of understanding (...)"  (by the Bulgarian group)

 

 

Authors Students from Antwerp, Sofia, Madird, Tiflis and Berlin/Frankfurt (Oder)

 

Radio hosts Stella Könnemann and Hristo Frengov

 

Music and Jingles by Jorge Gordon and Deniz Malik alias Cipher

 

Editor Mila Zaharieva-Schmolke

 

In cooperation with the Europe-University, Department of Cultural Science

 

Partners from the Europe On Air Project: University"St. Kliment Ochridski", AP-University College, GIPA-University, CEU-San Pablo University;

 

Media partner: Alex Radio-88vier

 

Supported by the Allianz Kulturstiftung and the Renovabis Stiftung

 

 

Welcoming Culture in Germany

 

Europe On Air project in Berlin-Frankfurt a.d. Oder

by Mila Schmolke, YCBS

 

It is estimated that one million refugees will arrive in Germany until the end of 2015. In the past, numerous Germans were affected by the refugee fate (after 1945 around 12 million Germans were forced to leave their home due to the changed borders). Therefore the German society is more tolerant when it to comes to refugees. The German advocate a fundamental principle of solidarity and social market economy, which requires supporting the economically weaker by the stronger ones. The refugees can find here appropriate social structures that can allow them living a worthy existence. (...) (Das ganze Dokument ist im PDF anbei).

 
 
 
 
 
 

Stadtgeschichten mit Radio

Klangvolle Geschichten aus Berlin und Blossin


Jugendliche einer Willkommensklasse der Friedensburg-Oberschule in Berlin-Charlottenburg haben Radiogeschichten produziert und dabei gelernt, in einer neuen Sprache, was für sie Deutsch ist, Radiotexte zu verfassen, eigene Beiträge am Mikrofon einzusprechen, mit Aufnahmegeräten und digitalem Tonschnitt umzugehen. Dabei haben sie auch eine Radiofahrt nach Blossin gemacht und auch sind sie durch die Radioarbeit nach Marseille gefahren und haben Jugendliche dort interviewt und die Stadt Marseille kennengelernt.
Insbesondere haben sie mit Mikrofon Berlin erkundet und über ihre Ankunft in Berlin, Feste und Traditionen berichtet.

 

Einblicke in die kreative Arbeit von:
Shahed, Saela, Quamar, Ahmad, Asoz, Wisam und Eduardo 
bekommt Ihr in den folgenden Beiträgen zu hören, die auf der Radiowebseite von YCBS sind.

 

http://ycbs.eu/de/22-radio-europa/340-blossin-marseille.html

http://ycbs.eu/de/kulturwelt/folklore-aus-peru-und-syrien.html

http://ycbs.eu/de/vida-em-sao-paulo/el-dorado-der-kreativit%C3%A4t.html

http://ycbs.eu/de/2-uncategorised/318-vertraut-und-fremd.html

 

Partner:
Friedensburg-Oberschule und das Jugendamt Berlin-Charlottenburg, das Internationale Jugendradio YCBS
Vielen Dank und Frau Jessica Rhau, Lehrerin an der Friedensburg-Oberschule  

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