Collaboration agreements allow for the expansion of a supportive international network and give us the opportunity to develop and promote common projects.
If you share in EAVI’s values and your organisation is interested in collaborating with EAVI please contact [email protected].
European Broadcasting Union (EBU) – Europe
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is the world’s leading alliance of public service media (PSM). They count 73 Members in 56 countries in Europe, and an additional 34 Associates in Asia, Africa and the Americas. The EBU operates Eurovision and Euroradio services. The EBU is devoted to making public service media indispensable.
European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) – Europe
The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) is the largest organisation of journalists in Europe, representing over 320,000 journalists in 71 journalists’ organisations across 43 countries.
Led by human rights activist and lawyer Kerry Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights includes lawyers, advocates, entrepreneurs, and writers, united by a commitment to social justice.
Nordicom – Scandinavia
NORDICOM is a knowledge centre in the field of media and communication research, a cooperation between the five countries of the Nordic region – Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.
Founded in 2005, the organisation aims to support and develop the field of research and practices concerning media education, contribute to the public debate and provide opportunities to share media education experiences online and offline.
Education Development Centre – Lithuania
Education Development Centre (EDC) is the biggest institution affiliate to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania providing educational support in the field of pre-school, primary and general education.
Mediwijs – Belgium
Mediawijs.be, the Flemish Knowledge Centre for Media Literacy, started in January 2013 as an initiative of the Flemish Government and in collaboration with iMinds Media.
Association for Communication and Media Culture (DKMK) – Croatia
Association for Communication and Media Culture (Društvo za komunikacijsku i medijsku kulturu – DKMK) originated from the “Children of the media” project that started in 2010 and its actions were formalized in year 2012 when the Association was formally founded.
Association for Developing Voluntary Work Novo Mesto (DRPDMN) – Slovenia
Association for Developing Voluntary Work Novo mesto is a non-governmental, volunteer, non-profit and humanitarian organisation.
Cafe Babel – Europe
Cafébabel is the first European participatory magazine made for young Europeans across borders. Cafébabel is published in 6 languages – English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Polish – and relies on a network of 1,500 volunteer authors, translators, photographers and filmmakers in Europe.
Take-A-Part – UK
Take A Part makes art in the public interest in Plymouth. They are a socially engaged contemporary art organisation that works with communities to co-commission and co-create contemporary art in order to: risk-take, provoke and engage communities to establish and respond to local agenda and need.
The mission of the Media Education Centre is to promote role of the Media, Peace and Information Literacy in the transition to sustainable ways of living and a global society founded on a shared ethical framework that includes respect and care for the community of life, new media pedagogy, ecological integrity, universal human rights, respect for diversity, economic justice, democracy, and a culture of peace.
The association was developed to help students and teachers deal with media work in classrooms and to provide an opportunity for communication.
The international alliance of journalists is an informal network created at the initiative of the Foundation Charles Léopold Mayer for the Human Progress (FPH) in the framework of its support to the development of “citizen alliances”.
AIART – Italy
The AIART (Italian Association of Radio and Television Listeners) Spectator Association was founded in 1954 for the initiative of Catholic Action. Its primary purpose is the affirmation, in the field of communication, of the dignity and rights of the people, of the family and of the youth.
Is a non-profit organisation dedicated to defending the rights of citizens as users. Of the different means and systems of communication; As recipients of the messages that are disseminated through them, and as potential protagonists of its contents.
Cyprus Community Media Centre – Cyprus
Established in 2009, the Cyprus Community Media Centre (CCMC) works to empower civil society organisations and community groups with the tools to communicate their message to a wider audience. Through training and dedicated production support, equipment loan and access to a state-of-the-art production studio, CCMC promotes the benefits of community-based media by giving people the skills to be in control of their own messages.
EURISPES – Italy
The Institute for Political, Social and Economic studies EURISPES (ISPES until January 1993) presided by professor Gian Maria Fara is a private agency working in Italy since 1982 in the political, economic and social research field.
Agency for Audio and Audiovisual Media Services – Macedonia
The Agency for Audio and Audiovisual Media Services is an independent, non-profit regulatory body with the status of a legal entity with public competencies.
Media Literacy Now – USA
Media Literacy Now is the leading national advocacy organization for media literacy and digital citizenship education policy.
OssCom – Media and Communication Research Center was founded in 1994 to carry out theoretical and applied research in the field of the media system and the Italian cultural industry.
Konedu – Macedonia
Association for promotion of education KONEDU GLOBAL is civic association that contributes in creating better conditions for education and improved access to various educational resources for all stakeholders.
EuroformRFS – Italy
Euroform RFS has been operating in the vocational guidance and training field since 1996, with the main goal of working as channelling vehicle between the labour market’s supply and demand.
An educational center for audiovisual professionals, where theory and practice merge. With its international character, thanks to the many initiatives that connect the school to American and European realities, it offers the best teachers and state-of-the-art technology.