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L'ITALIANO CHE SI È FINTO MIGRANTE E HA RAGGIUNTO GLI STATI UNITI ATTRAVERSO IL MESSICO

L'ITALIANO CHE SI È FINTO MIGRANTE E HA RAGGIUNTO GLI STATI UNITI ATTRAVERSO IL MESSICO
Flaviano Bianchini racconta il suo viaggio del 2012 oltre il confine tra i due paesi, fatto per testimoniare le difficoltà che migliaia di persone vivono ogni anno

di Cristina Bettati

 

Flaviano Bianchini, classe 1982, è un naturalista e ambientalista fondatore di Source International, organizzazione non governativa che dal 2012 si occupa di offrire supporto scientifico alle comunità che subiscono violazioni dei diritti umani. 

Sparknews et Les Echos à l'heure du journalisme de solutions - L'Express

Le journalisme d'impact a le vent en poupe. De quoi s'agit-il ? Est-ce une posture adaptée au contexte de guerre contre le terrorisme en France ? Le point avec Christian de Boisredon, fondateur de Sparknews et Dominique Seux, directeur délégué de la rédaction des Echos. [...]

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Solution-based Journalism

The Right Livelihood Award and Ashoka Switzerland launched the initiative for Solution-Based Journalism (SBJ) within Ashoka’s Swiss Changemaker Program on November 24, 2015 with well-known journalists such as Frank Senn (SRF) and Judith Wittwer (Tagesanzeiger).

3 Media and Technology Solutions for the Good of All from Ashoka’s Media and Technology Fellows at the DW Global Media Forum

Across the world today, citizens are active participants both as members of the audience, news makers and reporters. People are contributing to the story of change as technology lowers barriers to participation, making it possible for many more to participate. Local changemakers share media coverage, which in turn has the potential to affect how foreign policy and global affairs are conceived.

Announcing Our First Storytellers-in-Residence

Meet Christine McLaren and Erin Millar of Discourse Media

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Ashoka Canada is pleased to announce the selection of our first Storytellers-in-Residence, a new program supporting Canadian innovators in media.

Empathy Heroes: 5 People Who Used Empathy to Change the World

Ever heard of “empathy marketing”? It’s the latest business buzzword. The idea is that if companies can look through their clients’ eyes and understand their desires, they will be better able to tailor their offerings and gain a competitive advantage.

To me, this is stepping into someone else’s shoes just to sell them another pair.

I believe that the best use of empathy is not in the commercial world but in the social one, where it allows us to challenge prejudices and create political change.

Meet Attila Mong - A Storyteller-in-Residence

Hungarian journalist Attila Mong made news himself in 2010 when he publicly protested a controversial and repressive media law by observing a minute of silence on his daily news show on the Hungarian Public Radio. That symbolic gesture was enough to get him suspended. Since then, he has continued to champion press freedom in Hungary and around the world. He became a Storyteller-in-Residence for Ashoka (Europe) in 2013 and believed in it so much that he's now helping Ashoka expand the program globally.

Storytellers in Residence - An elected community hosted by Ashoka and partners

People take time out and recruit themselves to accomplish extraordinary things. Around the world, 3,000 leading social entrepreneurs ("Ashoka Fellows") have taken this leap into the unknown, driven by a new idea that they know can solve a social problem at scale.