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e-EAV Final Conference

On 11th December 2014 the Final Conference of the e-EAV project took place at the BelVue Museum in Brussels. For those that could not participate in the event we provide the slides summarizing the most important results of the e-EAV workstreams and the conclusions by the conferences chair.

Workstream 1 - Mapping populism in Europe presented by Steve King (UK)
Workstream 2 - Populist communicative strategies on the web in European societies presented by Iztok Šori (SI)
Workstream 3 - e-Engagement for Participation presented by Maria Ranieri (IT)
Workstream 4 - An e-learning platform of Media Education against populism and discrimination presented by Anne-Claire Orban (BE)
Conclusions of the conference by Anna Krasteva (BG), Birgit Sauer (AT), Daniel Bonvoisin (BE), Sophie Jehel (FR), and Maria Ranieri (IT).

Pictures of the e-EAV conference:

The conference was held at the beautiful BELvue Museum in the centre of Brussels.

Experts from several European countries were invited to comment on the project's results.

Panel 1 was chaired by Anna Krasteva from CERMES, New Bulgarian University, Sofia.

Results of Workstream 2 on populist communicative strategies were presented by Iztok Šori.

Daniel Bonvoisin from Media Animation (Brussels) chaired the panel on Workstream 3 "e-Engagement for participation".

Comments were given i.a. by Sara Pereira from the University of Minho (Portugal) and Karmen Kukovic from Slovenia.

The panel on Workstream 4 on the e-learning platform on Media Education was chaired by Sophie Jehel from University 8, Paris.

Among the experts commenting on Workstream 4 were Ben Bachmair from Germany and Patrick Verniers from IHECS Brussels.

In the afternoon a "hands-on" workshop was held for teachers interested in the learning materials developed in the e-EAV project.



11th December 2014, 9am - 5pm
BelVueMuseum, Place des Palais 7, 1000 Brussels

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09:00-09:30 Welcome, Breakfast and Introduction

09:30-10:45 Panel 1 - Mapping populism in Europe (WS1)

Chair: Anna Krasteva (CERMES, BU) / Presentation of results of WS1: Steve King (University of Leicester, UK)
Experts' comments/discussion: Svetla Encheva (BU), Matthew Feldman (UK), Paul Jackson (UK), Sebastian Reinfeldt (AT)

11:15 – 12:30 Panel 2 - Analysing populist communicative strategies (WS2)

Chair: Birgit Sauer (University of Vienna, AT) / Presentation of results of WS2: Mojca Pajnik (Peace Institute, SI)
Experts' comments/discussion: Gianna Cappello (IT), Fanny Müller-Uri (AT), Mitja Sardoč (SI), Yanka Totseva (BU)

13:30 – 14:45 Panel 3 - E-engagement for participation (WS3)

Chair: Daniel Bonvoisin (Media Animation, BE) / Presentation of results of WS3, Maria Ranieri (University of Florence, IT)
Experts' comments/discussion: Laurence Corroy (FR), Karmen Kukovic (SI), Sara Pereira (PT), Roberto Trinchero (IT)

15:15 – 16:30 Panel 4 - Training teachers in media literacy and racism/populism

Chair: Sophie Jehel (Université Paris 8, FR) / Presentation of results of WS 4: Anne-Claire Orban (Media Animation, BE)
Experts' comments/discussion: Ben Bachmair (DE), Evelyne Bevort (FR), Sirkku Kotilainen (FI), Patrick Verniers (BE)

16:30 – 17:00 Conclusion and closing of the conference


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