Experiments in Euro-Med Collaboration in Children’s Screen Media

“At a time of mass migration from the Arab Mediterranean to Europe, as in 2015, there is an urgent need for more audiovisual content that overcomes language barriers to put children from cultures north and south of the Mediterranean in touch with what they have in common.” This article considers the possibilities and challenges of sharing children’s content across borders with a focus on European and Mediterranean collaboration.

Content can be accessed at http://www.iemed.org/dossiers/dossiers-iemed/mon-arab-i-mediterrani/aula-mediterrania-2015-2016/23-sakr.pdf

Naomi Sakr

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Naomi Sakr is professor of media policy at the University of Westminster. She is also director of the Arab Media Center at the university’s Communication and Media Research Institute. She is the author of Transformations in Egyptian Journalism, and has written and edited several other books on Arab media.

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2nd December 2015
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