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Fribourg (Switzerland) 2023 The Ecumenical Jury, appointed by INTERFILM and SIGNIS, at the 37th Festival international du Films de Fribourg (March 17-26, 2023) awarded its Prize of CHF 5.000, donated by the Church Aid Organisations in Switzerland “Lenten Offering” and “HEKS/Brot für alle”, to the film...

According to a recent report (The Guardian, 19 May 2023), the BBC has commissioned a study on whether a broad range of viewpoints on migration are being reflected in all aspects of its immigration coverage. Samir Shah, who contributed to the UK government’s controversial Sewell report...

[caption id="attachment_52894" align="alignleft" width="190"] MD 2023/2[/caption] Media Development 2023-2 Archival Justice: Unfinished Business This issue of Media Development argues for “archival justice”, since what is archived or retained in political, economic, and social structures – including the media – embodies inclusions and exclusions, discriminatory attitudes and behaviours, one...

A pebble on a beach is an archive of geological stories that “are gigantic, and reach realms well beyond human experience, even beyond human imagination. They extend back to the Earth’s formation – and then yet farther back, to the births and deaths of ancient...