#MyStory : Media, Migrants and Refugees
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#MyStory is project coordinated by the European Association for Viewers Interests and co-funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the EU Commission. Our partners include; Alliance Internationale des Journalistes, IntermediaKT, Wisamar, Euroform, DRPDNM and The Hungarian Centre for Media Education and The Moving Image
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This video shows what it's like to be a refugee through your phone

This video shows what it's like to be a refugee through your phone | #MyStory : Media, Migrants and Refugees | Scoop.it
No matter how much politicians try to argue around it, the refugee crisis is a global issue and needs a collective response. Speaking at the annual Conservative Party conference last October, Theresa May criticised Germany for letting in 800,000 refugees and, in a manner suspiciously akin to scaremongering, said:
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Disconnected and desperate: How Australia keeps refugees in tech limbo

Disconnected and desperate: How Australia keeps refugees in tech limbo | #MyStory : Media, Migrants and Refugees | Scoop.it
Officially known as "illegal maritime arrivals," these refugees sought asylum in Australia but instead have been detained for years, thousands of miles offshore. Technology could be their lifeline, but they live in radio silence.
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Technology plays a huge role in keeping refugees and migrants connected to their friends and families.

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EJN launches new migration reporting guidelines at Jakarta World Forum for Media Development - Ethical Journalism Network

EJN launches new migration reporting guidelines at Jakarta World Forum for Media Development - Ethical Journalism Network | #MyStory : Media, Migrants and Refugees | Scoop.it
Press Release EJN launches new migration reporting guidelines at Jakarta World Forum for Media Development 22nd September 2016 The Ethical Journalism Network launched new guidelines for migration reporting at the Jakarta World Forum for Media Development yesterday. Earlier this week the UN General Assembly hosted a high-level summit to try to bring countries together behind Continue Reading
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These Are The Criminals and Corporations That Have Gotten Really, Really Rich Off The Refugee Crisis

These Are The Criminals and Corporations That Have Gotten Really, Really Rich Off The Refugee Crisis | #MyStory : Media, Migrants and Refugees | Scoop.it
An interactive guide to the 21st century gold rush.
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Interactive, multimedia investigative journalism exploring the ways people have exploited the migrant crisis for their own economic benefit in four countries: Niger, Italy, Turkey & Germany

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