Integration, (in)tolerance and multi-culturalism are the daily challenges faced by the migrants who recently arrived in Europe and by those who discover them as their New Neighbours. How will they be integrated? Will both sides face - and possibly solve - the ethnic, religious and ethical dilemmas they face?
The project is co-financed by the European Commission and coordinated by the EBU, in cooperation with MDI, COMMIT, CMFE and COSPE ; it aims to better help the integration of migrants in their host communities. 9 EBU members took part in this series, the co-production of which is supervised by the EBU Intercultural and Diversity Group.
On the occasion of World TV Day, focused this year on Diversity, the EBU is organizing the premiere of two of the documentaries at BOZAR, upon invitation, and access will also be open to the public.
18:00 - 19:00 - Networking drinks and snacks
19:00 - 19:10 - Welcome by Jean-Paul Philippot, RTBF CEO; Michael Shotter, European Commission Director for Migration, Protection & Visa; and Milica Pesic, Director, Media Diversity Institute
19:10 - 20:00 - Screening of two documentaries « Danielle’s choice” by RTBF (Radio Television Belge Francophone) and “Across the Road – Worlds Apart” by DW (Deutsche Welle) (in original language, subtitled in English)
20:00 - 20:30 - Discussion on the “Making of” with Safia Kessas, Film Director, RTBF and Daniela Drastata, Executive Producer, HRT (Croatia), moderated by Jeroen Depraetere, Head of Television, EBU, followed by Q&As
Location written as "City, Country": BOZAR, rue Ravenstein 23, Brussels
Date: 21 Nov 2019