Public Broadcasting for a Multicultural Europe (PBME)
1992, a coordinating committee having been set up in 1991. Ceased activities in 1997.
Promote the role of public broadcasting in the development of a multicultural Europe and increase the participation of Black and ethnic minority people in broadcasting; formulate guidelines which enable broadcasters to avoid negative and stereotypical portrayal of Black people in broadcasting; strive towards high quality multicultural mainstream programming which promotes harmonious relations between ethnic, religious, cultural and linguistic groups; share good practice in establishing equal opportunities with European organizations; develop joint strategies for education and social action broadcasting as a means of countering racism and xenophobia within Europe.
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