September 2018: Review of Symposium “Invisible Children: Children’s Media, Diversity, and Forced Migration” by Public Media Alliance. 

Providing children’s content in an era of migration: Challenges and opportunities


September 2018: Invisible Children: Children’s Media, Diversity and Forced Migration.  
New blog via Media Diversity Institute

Date: 14 September 2018

15089979007_6d374862cf_bKing’s College London and the University of Westminster are hosting a symposium on September 14th, titled “Invisible Children: Children’s Media, Diversity and Forced Migration”. MDI’s executive director Milica Pesic will be chairing one of the sessions at the symposium. The session, named “Diversity in Children’s Screen Content: Why it Matters”, will explore the advances and setbacks in representation of diversity in children’s content. The panellists include practitioners and diversity advocated from organisations such as the International Broadcasting Trust and BBC Children.

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April 2018: New Blog via The Children’s Media Foundation

Invisible Children
CMF Board member, Professor  Jeanette Steemers (King’s College London), Christine Singer (King’s College London) and Professor Naomi Sakr (University of Westminster) are engaged in along-term project studying children’s media in the Arab world. Their most recent work is an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded project on “Children’s Screen Content in an Era of Forced Migration”.  This includes series of workshops considering the implications for western children’s media of increased numbers of migrant children in the populations of European countries…

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Feature blog: Our review of CGMS 2017 on Public Media Alliance 

Review: Children’s Global Media Summit 2017


December 2017: Review: Children’s Global Media Summit 2017 


Review: our Pre-CGMS Summit workshop ‘Children’s Screen Content in an Era of Forced Migration’ reviewed by Public Media Alliance 



Blog post: Exploring Good PSM provision for young children in a diversified Europe by Professor Jeanette Steemers and Professor Naomi Sakr via Public Media Alliance


Blog post: Getting a Euro-Arab conversation going about young children’s media needs in an era of forced migration by Professor Jeanette Steemers via Medium