Open call for ideas for a web-series on migrations, development and human rightsOpen call for ideas for a web-series on migrations, development and human rights

The partners of the European project AMITIE CODE launch a call for ideas for the production of a web-series on migration, development and human rights.

The call is open to European independent audio-visual production companies, non governmental organisations and civil society ones, local organisations involved in decentralized cooperation and migrants integration, independent foundations.

The web series will be divided into 6 episodes to be filmed in the partner cities of Bologna (IT), Toulouse (FR), Hamburg (DE), Riga (LT), Loures – metropolitan area of Lisbon (PT), Seville/Andalusia (ES) and focused on:
1. The unequal relationships between developed and developing countries;
2. The global interdependency that causes every action (including individual consumer choices) to have an impact on developing and emerging countries;
3. The importance of Africa’s development for nowadays Europe;
4. The results of the development cooperation, and in particular of decentralised cooperation;
5. The migrations and the routes within Africa, Latin America and Asia, and from Africa, Latin America and Asia to Europe, with special attention towards the migration flows directly involving the partner cities;
6. The human rights standard and the impact of responsible consumption.

The selected idea/project will be awarded €65.000.

You can find further information on the call and the forms to participate on AMITIE CODE website
All forms and all the other requested material must be sent via certified e-mail to  by the 1st of September 2016.

The partners of AMITIE CODE project are:

Municipality of Bologna (IT), GVC (IT), Emilia-Romagna Region (IT), FAMSI (ES), City of Loures (PT), Municipality of Reggio Emilia (IT), City of Toulouse (FR), Riga City Council (LV), University of Bologna (IT), CEI-IUL (PT), Sevilla Acoge Foundation (ES), ECCAR European Coalition of Cities Against Racism, Adult education college of Hambourg (DE), Latvian Centre for Human Rights (LV), Cittalia (IT).

17.07.2016 | par martalanca | development, human rights, migrations