Project Oasis Europe A year-long project to map the extent nature and impact of independent news outlets in over 40 European nations. The website has a report and directory of outlets. Supported by the European Journalism Centre.
LGBTQ+ exhibitions, biographies and images on this cultural site which draws on the collections of national libraries from European nations. As the site puts it “queer stories, narratives and cultural heritage from all around Europe”.
To mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (May 17th) and #Standup4HumanRights and to promote an equal, just and inclusive world for all, ILGA has updated its rainbow map of Europe for 2023.ILGA-Europe have produced the Rainbow Map and Index since 2009. It ranks 49 European countries on their respective legal and policy practices for LGBTI […]
This free online resource, led by Eric Hoyt and the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research provides free access to thousands of pages of old magazines and journals covering the history of film, radio and TV. It includes Hollywood trade journals and fan magazines. Also recently added are some sections on early Chinese cinema […]
The Rainbow Map and Index produced by ILGA-Europe’s ranks 49 European countries on their legal and policy practices for LGBTI people. 7 themes are covered: equality and non-discrimination family hate crime and hate speech legal gender recognition intersex bodily integrity civil society space asylum The site contains all indexes since 2009 allowing longitudinal analyses.
Rainbow Europe ranks all 49 European countries on the basis of laws and policies that have a direct impact on the LGBTI people’s human rights in 6 categories: equality and non-discrimination; family; hate crime and hate speech; legal gender recognition and bodily integrity; civil society space; and asylum.
ACLED has now expanded real-time coverage to all of Europe, extending the dataset to 37 new countries and territories. These data add more than 28,000 political violence and demonstration events. They include coverage of the of Covid-related acts of violence, such as violence targeting healthcare workers, mob attacks on individuals with alleged links to the coronavirus and demonstrations […]
Media Cloud is monitoring global media coverage of the pandemic and has some interesting facts and figures on its website. It uses Media Cloud’s National and State & Local collections in the US, Italy, Spain, Germany, the UK and France to look at media coverage and Worldometers data on coronavirus cases from Feb 15 onwards.
A new online exhibit from Europeana. It gives a short history of Pride festivals using items such as photos and badges from Europe’s leading library and museum collections.
A pan-European project, with independent funders such as VoxPop, which aims to engage citizens in online discussions about politics by using an algorithm to match them with someone from a different country with different viewpoints. The aim is to foster broader discussion to encourage reflection.