EAM-Network was founded in 2004 to help immigrants & Africans in Diaspora. The 1990s experiences of intolerance & discrimination in Europe were not only challenging; but posed a cultural shock for many. Besides, the perpetual, negative presentation of Africa in Western media & the need for an awareness campaign through African Media was acute. Thus EAMN was born.
EAM-Network is devoted to creating a 24/7 multi-disciplinary Network to plan & develop modern, intercultural, communication & media projects. We create exceptional services for the government, communities & individuals. Our projects support the basis for an enlightened liberal, democratic society. We build trust and mutual, intercultural bridges within diverse communities through our intercultural training projects.
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ABOUT EUROAFRICA MEDIA NETWORK
EuroAfrica Media Network (also called EuroAfricaCentral Network) was established in 2004. EAMN is a worldwide Network of dedicated top professionals from various fields, working together to make a difference in the World.
Using the best digital technology, we aim to create and promote "Inclusion-Journalism" which emphasises the unreported, positive Africa to counter the perpetual, negative presentation of Africa in the western media.
Some of our top services are: Trans-cultural communication, intercultural competence training, intercultural health awareness seminars, personal-security and environmental protection training.
Another important aspect to this mission is fostering an informed, democratic, tolerant society in our today´s world of "extremism and alternative facts." Our intercultural training seminars in Germany and abroad set the foundation for this goal. Supported with our EuroAfrica-Magazine Online, we help you discover "The Unreported Positive Africa; The Africa you never see on TV."
The tools to achieve these goals are: Sustainable, active journalism, intercultural health, communication, media education, web design assisted with internet technology services for our clients.
For the strategy and human resources to get all these done, EAMN has more than 125 experts including over 35 active volunteers around the world.
All EAMN activities are virtual and non-virtual, in other words, apart from direct contact with our clients, we are on a 24/7 online and piloted by the best motivated young talents from the information industry worldwide.
We believe in personal initiative and direct active involvement. We believe one can change the World not by "changing everyone" but by "changing the World around you."
In this way, our lofty dream to build "a worldwide, secure network of Professionals steadily becomes a reality. EACN unites those who believe in the African “Live and let live” philosophy which lives in the African Ubuntu Tradition.
UBUNTU is an ancient African communal social construct that simply means “I am because we are” “That giving is Sharing and Sharing is Caring.”
WHAT WE DO: OUR PROJECTS AND SERVICES
Introducing EuroAfrica Media Network Global Health & Intercultural Training Services.
Modern "Evidence-Based Medicine" versus Globalisation, Intercultural Health, Intercultural Competence & Communication Challenges for Today´s Medical Professionals. Modern medical consultation often tends to place more emphasis on the natural body, (biological emphasis also known as bio-medicine – blood, heart, kidney, liver lungs parameters etc.) independent of the social and cultural conditions (holistic + Psycho-Socio-Cultural Factors) of the individual patient.
This practice is common in all therapy fields fueling the need for qualified intercultural exchange and a more holistic approach in bio-medicine practice. A holistic medicine is one that doesn’t ignore the mindset of the patient & includes all those beliefs, practices, thoughts, feelings, emotions, verbal and non-verbal signals which are conditioned by our individual cultural backgrounds or identities.
This need does not exist when specialists and patients share same background. But as soon as we are faced with tremendous socio-cultural contrasts between the actors, the result could be misinformation, non-compliance or even death.
A number of us have witnessed many caring and intelligent health professionals blunder owing to ignorance and sometimes fear of the unknown, (Terra Incognita) as they deeply offend many foreign patients and thus hinder their compliance. The demand for health professionals to seriously acquire intercultural competence in their daily dealings with patients will continue to exist as long as cultural diversity does!
Modern health care providers must regularly update their intercultural competence, in the face of the challenges of our ever-changing cultural diversity. Click below to see how our new intercultural project addresses the above challenges.
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