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Exploring Tribal Representation across American Indian-produced radio in US Reservation and Urban Contexts

Project description

The role of radio on protecting rights of indigenous peoples

Indigenous peoples make up 5 % of the world’s population but comprise 15 % of the world’s poor. In many parts of the world, they are largely marginalised, suffering from a history of discrimination and exclusion. Focussing on the American Indian community, the EU-funded TRR project will explore how community radio practices and structures can facilitate meaningful self-representation. The aim is to understand the role that indigenous radio stations can play as regards communication strategies. Examples of good practice will be shared with tribal communities. The results will be valuable for the EU, where indigenous communities are under-represented in mainstream media.

Call for proposal

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Funding Scheme

MSCA-IF-GF - Global Fellowships


University Road
LE1 7RH Leicester
United Kingdom
Activity type
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
EU contribution
€ 189 099,84

Partners (1)

The University of Texas at Arlington
United States
300 Davis Hall, 701 S. Nedderman St.
760125 Arlington, Texas
Activity type