A Selection of Past Projects

On the occasion of the Europen Year of Inter-cultural Dialogue, a specal interfaith roundtable titled "What is common?" was held and aired live on radio.....

Interfaith Dialogue Roundtable

On the occasion of the Europen Year of Inter-cultural Dialogue, a specal thematic week was held on the radio, comprising interesting interviews with experts on the Middle East and on Islamic culture....

Middle East & Islamic Culture Thematic Week

On the occasion of the Europen Year of Inter-cultural Dialogue, a specal thematic week was held on the radio, comprising interesting interviews with experts on indigenous and ancient cultures....

Ancient & Indigenous Cultures Thematic Week

On the occasion of the Europen Year of Inter-cultural Dialogue, a specal thematic week was held on the radio, comprising interesting interviews with experts on the African continent......

Africa Thematic Week

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"I appreciate any organization or individual people who sincerely make an effort to promote harmony between humanity, and particularly harmony between the various religions. I consider it very sacred work and very important work"


- The Dalai Lama

The week of interfaith dialogue on Radio Tilos was held on the occasion of the Europen Year of Inter-cultural Dialogue, between the 19th and the 23rd of may 2008.

This project was the second component of the Euromedina action (the first component being the EuroMed Party) - one of the 1001 Actions For Dialogue in the Euro Med area. 

This action was part of a larger endavour, titled "One World Project", comprising a series of thematic weeks on Radio Tilos, which ran from the beginning of 2008 to celebrate the European Year of Intercultural Dialogue. The thematic weeks preceeding the Euromedina project were held on: Indiginous and ancient cultures, Middle East and Islamic culture, and a thematic week on Africa.

Regretably, the Interfaith Dialogue Week was not as successful as the previous thematic weeks (where we had 20 special thematic programs on average per week). Thus, out of 23 subjects and 24 experts suggested by the One World Project, the following programs were broadcasted live on Radio Tilos during the Week of Interfaith Dialogue.

 

1. What is religion? Who is religious? What are the forms of religious existance? On religious cultures and their role in modern day life style.

(Guest: Attila Marton Farkas, professor of Buddhist studies, ELTE University. Time and date of program: may 20, Tuesday, from 16.00 to 17.30)

Tune in URL: http://uj.tilos.hu/archivum/playlist.php?files=2008/05/20/1630.mp3;2008/05/20/1700.mp3;2008/05/20/1730.mp3;.m3u

 (Please note that links in this document have expired )

"When I do good, I feel good When I do bad, I feel bad. That's my religion."

- Abraham Lincoln

When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad. That's my religion. Abraham Lincoln
Read more at: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/a/abrahamlin106095.html?src=t_religion
When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad. That's my religion. Abraham Lincoln
Read more at: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/a/abrahamlin106095.html?src=t_religion
When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad. That's my religion. Abraham Lincoln
Read more at: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/topics/topic_religion.html
When I do good, I feel good. When I do bad, I feel bad. That's my religion. Abraham Lincoln
Read more at: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/topics/topic_religion.html

 

“One of the biggest challenges for people involved in interfaith dialogue is to break down the stereotypes of the "other" that exist within their own religious traditions and groups."

David R. Smock, Interfaith Dialogue and Peacebuilding

 

2. Art and religion

(Guest: Tamas Paulinyi, Hugarian writer. Time and date of program: may 21, Wednesday, 15.00-16.00).

Tune in URL: http://uj.tilos.hu/archivum/playlist.php?files=2008/05/21/1500.mp3;2008/05/21/1530.mp3;.m3u

3. Jewish faith and interfaith dialogue

(Guest: Rabbi Tamas Vero. Date and Time of program: may 19th, Monday, 08.00-10.00)

Tune in URL: http://uj.tilos.hu/archivum/playlist.php?files=2008/05/19/0800.mp3;2008/05/19/0830.mp3;2008/05/19/0900.mp3;2008/05/19/0930.mp3;.m3u

4. Can there be true interfaith dialogue?

Guests: Govardhana Das Gustav Toroncky, press coodinator, Hare Krisna Community of Hungary.

Tamas Dede, member of the Hungarian Teozofian Community.

Date and Time of program: may 22nd, Thursday, 10.00-12.00).

Link: http://uj.tilos.hu/archivum/playlist.php?files=2008/05/22/1000.mp3;2008/05/22/1030.mp3;2008/05/22/1100.mp3;2008/05/22/1130.mp3;.m3u

 Interfaith Roundtable Discussion

The third component of the Euromedina project was the the interfaith round table discusion, which took place on the day after Dialogue Night (23rd of may 2008, from 16.00-18.30).

The discussion focused on one central issue:

What is common between the various faiths represented in the Roundtable discussion.

 

"We may have different religions, different languages, different colored skin, but we all belong to one human race."
-- Kofi Annan

 

 

The following persons participated in the Interfaith Roundtable Discussion:

1. Attila Karaszon (Muslim Faith, member of the Dar Al Salam Hungarian Muslim Community and delegated by the head of the community, who could not participate due to being outside of Hungary on the date of the Roundtable)

2. Zoltan Cser (Buddhist Faith, head of the Hungarian Buddhist community)

3. Viktor Kokai Nagy (Christian Reformist Faith, priest).

4. Prof. Mihaly Kranitz (Christian Catholic Faith, head of communications office, Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Budapest). 5. Sh

lomo Koves (Jewish Faith, rabbi, delegated by the Hungarian Jewish Community).

6. Ervin Nagy (Hindu Faith, deputy of the head of the Hindu faith in Hungary. (The head of the Hindu community also came along, but did not sit in the actual Roundtable)

The archived version of the live broadcast of the roundtable discussion was made available online until 2012.

Part 1 http://uj.tilos.hu/archivum/listen.php?file=2008/05/23/1600.m3u

Part 2 http://uj.tilos.hu/archivum/listen.php?file=2008/05/23/1630.m3u

Part 3 http://uj.tilos.hu/archivum/listen.php?file=2008/05/23/1700.m3u

Part 4 http://uj.tilos.hu/archivum/listen.php?file=2008/05/23/1730.m3u

Part 5 http://uj.tilos.hu/archivum/listen.php?file=2008/05/23/1800.m3u

Each part is 30 minutes long, includes musical breaks.

 

 A full transcript of this discussion is available in Hungarian. 

(image on top of page: Abed Abdi, Copyright Abed Abdi)

About Radio Tilos / Tilos Cultural Foundation

Tilos Cultural Foundation is the operator of Radio Tilos, the first not for profit community radio station in Hungary.

The Foundation was established in 1991, and it has a board of trustees elected by the members of the radio.Members include about 250 Dj's, reporters, journalists, artists, NGO's, etc. The radio broadcasts on FM 90, but also via streaming or archive on the internet.

Variety, multiculturalism, critique, social commitment and independence are all our slogans.

Tilos Radio is the best-known Hungarian community radio station. Its structure, operation, programming structure, financial model, basic principles and values are unique in Hungary and it plays a key role at the time of Hungary’s EU entry in propagating and popularizing the notion of open society as well as in its everyday practice.

Tilos Radio   FM 90.3 MHz   - Budapest   www.tilos.hu

 

Note on how the thematic weeks were organized:

1. A team of the One World Project puts together the subjects of the thematic weeks, and then looks for the most prominent experts on the subject.

2. The list of about 25 programs would then go to the editors of Radio Tilos, who would offer these programs to the hosts of talk shows and musical origrams of the Radio.

3. Talk show hosts would select the subjects they want to deal with, if they want to be part of the action at all.

4. The team of the One world Project would then contact the experts, and set the dates for the shows

 5. Preparation of the talk show hosts and the listeners.

We wish to extend our gratitude to all those who participated in this project and made it happen.

Thank you!

This project was sponsored and partly financed by the European Union, The Hungarian Ministry of Education & Culture and the Anna Lindh Foundation

Creative director & Head of project: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Thematic Weeks Coordinator: Kata Tenke

Thematic Weeks Editor: Orsolya Árvayi

 Published by Interkulti Association for the Advancement of Inter-cultural Dialogue, 2008

All rights reserved

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The EuroMed Party was held on the occasion of the Europen Year of Inter-cultural Dialogue, and is one of the 1001 Actions for Dialogue in the EuroMed area.This event was the 8th event of the World Party Series, which started in 2007 and included among others the 2 Africa parties, the Middle East party, the Australia patry, the Caribbean party, India Party, and a special world music concert as a tribute to Tibet).

The event featured the following items on two seperate stages:

1. Concerts:

Las Mujeres, a group composed of two guitarists and a rythem musician playing Flamenco in Spanish. One of the musicians is an Israeli citizen (Ilan Shapir), the other is a Moroccan (Said Tichti), while the singer is Hungarian (Zoltan Pinter).

2. Khalifa group and friends: This performance was the longest, lasting almost one and half hours. First, the group played authentic Greek dance music, while two dancers dressed in authentic Greek cloths made a dance performance (Dancers: Filipas Papvasiliou and Diana Kecskes). Then the group played authentic Arab music, while a Hungarian belly dancer made an authentic show (Dancer: Mercedes Nieto). Thereafter the gruop switched to palying some Flamenco music, while a Flamenco dancer made a short dance performance (Dancer: Veronika Vamos). The group then went on to the fusion bit of the concert, where they played EuroMed music, while the dancers were together on stage. The group itself featured 9 Hungarian and Arab musicians, plus the 4 dancers.
The third and last concert was performed by Hungarian group Tundergrouond, which is actually coming from Romania. The group played modern trance music inspired by the euro med heritatage, such as oriental and Balcanic music, and also some elements of Hungarian folk music. The group featured 7 musicians.

 

Stage II: Dj’s from Radio Tilos:

a. Dj Marco (who is half Mexican, half Hungarian) played Flamenco and Euro Med chillout music

b. Dj Maxim (who is half Ukranian, half Palestinian) played arab and Turkish chill out music

c. Dj’s Nafta and Suefo (both Hungarian) played modern dance music inspired by Greek and Italian music.

d. Dj Koala played Spanish and North African dance music.

e. Dj AdamSalman (who is half Iraqi half Hungarian) played fusion and Middle Eastern dance music.

c. Exhibitions:

a. Art Exhibition of Palestinain artist Abed Abdi.

b. Art Exhibition of young French artist Frederic.

d. Photo exhibition (Egyptian desert) by Hungarian photographer Zsofia Berczi.

e. Exhibition of musical instruments from the Euro Med region.

D. Visuals:

a. Vj. Zoltan Mezei

b. Vj. Kristof Nagy

The visual experiance meant two seperate paralell screenings (one on four huge screens, and the other on two huge screens) of images and remixed video shots from the Euro Med region.

E. Other Attractions at the Event:

The event also featured a specially decorated area, resembling a Middle Eastern watarpipe caffe. Visitors could smoke the waterpipe, or have a bite from the Middle Eastern sweets provided for free by the Al Sultan Syrian waterpipe center. All personnel working in this area also had special Middle Eastern folkloric cloths.

Additionally, another special area featured Henna painting artist Vera Papp, who made Henna drawings on the hands of those visitors who were interested in trying it out.

The The EuroMed Party lasted from 7 pm in the evening until 5 am the next morning, and it was also boradcasted live via the internet on the homepage of Onevisione Tv. 

 

The EuroMed party was attended by more than 1000 persons.

 

Partners in the EuroMed Party project:

interKulti independent intercultural portal (virtual home of project) Tilos Radio as such, and individual programs therein, EthnoSound (world music instruments) Al Sultan (waterpipes) Onevioisone Tv (live broadcast) vLand.eu (webhosting and online project management systems) Arabelle, Palestinian Society for the advancement of the Visual Arts (member of the Israeli ALF Network).

 

Head of project & creative director: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Marketing & fundraising: Toma Maróthy

Program director: Gábor Zsarnai

The EuroMed party was sponsored by: The European Union Anna Lindh Foundation Hungarian Ministry of Culture

 Published by Interkulti Association for the Advancement of Inter-cultural Dialogue, 2008

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Dátum

 

Műsor

Zenei téma

Műsorkészítők

2008.

április 5. szombat

12.30-14.00

 

Karaván

 

Africa Unite

Amir

 

2008.

április 12. szombat

12.30-13.30

 

Karaván

 

Out of Africa

 

Amir

 

2008.

április 12. szombat

13.30-15.00

 

Hi Fi Budapest

 

Africa Chill

Lafuente, Toma

2008. április 14. hétfő

15.00-16.30

 

Bossa bom dia

 

Afrikai zenei barangolás

 

Tomanek

 

2008. április 15. kedd

14.00-15.30

Nahát

 

Angolai/portugál

és etióp zenék

 

 

2008. április 15.

Kedd 15:30-16:30

 

Dermot

 

Ghána 20 perc

 

 

Sándor Gabi

 

2008. április 16. szerda

13.00-14.00

Szik+víz

 

 

Afrikai zene

 

 

Sztyepp

 

 

 

 

 

2008. április 17. csütörtök

01.00 - 03.00

Dunno

 

Carlos

Afrikai Zene

 

2008.

április 11. péntek

12.30-13.30

 

Optimal

 

Afro-beat, Afrofunk,

highlife, Juju,

főleg Nigéria,

Ghána, Etiópia,

Sierra Leone

 

2008. április 18. péntek

10.00-11.00

Még több jazz az

óvodákban

 

Afrikai jazz

 

 

2008. április 18. péntek

A barázdán is csomót!

 

African Beat Session

Dj. Keyser

2008. április 18. péntek

 

GoFree

 

Afrika Mix

 

Szamosi Peti

 

2008. április 18. péntek

 

péntek

21.00-22.0

MALE sTRip show

 

 

Afrikai Funk

Sanyi

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dátum

 

Műsor / Műsorkészítők

 

Téma

 

Meghívott szakértő

 

2008.

április 13. vasárnap

16.00-17.30

Irodalmi Lépegető

 

Sanyi, Atesz, Worek

Afrika

Zene és irodalom mixelve

 

2008. április 13. vasárnap

16.00-17.30

 

Kult

Orsi, Feco, Kata

 

Dj. Sztyepp

 

Hétindító bevezető beszélgetés

 

Nilo-Hamiták között

 

Lóránt Attila

 

az Eltünőfélben lévő Kulturák Egyesületének elnöke

2008. április 14. hétfő

22.00-24.00

 

Népzene

 

 

Tradicionális Nyugat-Afrikai Hangszerek

 

Abdul Aziz (F)

 

 

2008. április 15. kedd

 

Sas Leszállt

 

Dél-Afrika Tegnap, Ma és Holnap

 

Biernaczky Szilárd

2008. április 15. kedd

16.30-18.00

Diszkóvágás

Feco, Orsi, Kata

 

 

Az Egyesület tevékenységéről, Magyarország Afrika kapcsolatai

 

Dr. Balogh Sándor, Afrika - Magyar Egyesület elnöke

 

2008. április 16. szerda

07.00-10.00

 

Kolorlokál

 

Burek, Csejdi, Rozi

Csád, Serre Leone, Libya

élőben kapcsoljuk Afrikát: Jészbarányi Sándor újságiró Csádból

2008. április 16. szerda

10.00-12.00

 

3. utas

 

Közép-Afrika közelebbről

 

Szilasi Ildikó

 

 

2008. április 16. szerda

13.00-14.00

Magyar Óra

Amr, Kata

Mezőgazdaság, gazdaság, szegénység Afrkában

Juhász Péter Gergő

2008. április 17. csütörtök

07.00-08.00

 

TandoriSzalámi

 

Fair Trade

 

Újszászi Györgyi

 

2008. április 17.

08.00-10.00

Nemzeti Felkelés

 

 

Afrika történelme a

XX. században

 

Búr Gábor

2008. április 17. csütörtök

10.00-12.00

 

SzakácsTolvaj

 

Darfúri helyzet,

polgárháborúk Afrikában

Amnesty Int.

 

 

2008. április 17. csütörtök

11.00-12.00

 

SzakácsTolvaj

 

Örökbefogadás

Borbély Emese

Taita Alapítvány

 

2008.április 17.

 

20.00 -22.00

 

 

Alkotás útja

 

 

Többmint zebra:

Afrika motívum- kincse a kortárs művészetben

 

M. Gamal Sophia

 

2008. április 18. péntek péntek

16.00-18.00

Honty és Hanna

 

Afrikai Unió,

Afrika-Kínai együttműködés, globalizáció és Afrika

Tarróssy István

 

2008.április 19. szombat

 

11.30

12.30

 

Délibáb

 

Kata, Amir

 

Zene: Marco, Zsaresz, AdamSalman

 

A berberek és a tuaregek túlélési stratégiái. Nomád életmód Észak-Afrikában

 

Útibeszámolók Afrikáról az Ethnosound-tól

 

 

Fehér Károly és Korecz Kata

2008.április 19. szombat

 

12.30

13.30

 

Karaván

 

Kovácsy

 

Zene: Amir

Kelet- Afrika, Etiópia, Kenya,

Emlékezés

Dr. Füssy-Nagy Géza afrikanistára

 

Dr. Sárkány Mihály

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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{page}Tilos Cultural Foundation is the operator of Radio Tilos, the first not for profit community radio station in Hungary.

The Foundation was established in 1991, and it has a board of trustees elected by the members of the radio.Members include about 250 Dj's, reporters, journalists, artists, NGO's, etc. The radio broadcasts on FM 90, but also via streaming or archive on the internet.

Variety, multiculturalism, critique, social commitment and independence are all our slogans.

Tilos Radio is the best-known Hungarian community radio station. Its structure, operation, programming structure, financial model, basic principles and values are unique in Hungary and it plays a key role at the time of Hungary’s EU entry in propagating and popularizing the notion of open society as well as in its everyday practice.

Tilos Radio   FM 90.3 MHz   - Budapest   www.tilos.hu

Note on how the thematic weeks were organized:

1. A team of the One World Project puts together the subjects of the thematic weeks, and then looks for the most prominent experts on the subject.

2. The list of about 25 programs would then go to the editors of Radio Tilos, who would offer these programs to the hosts of talk shows and musical origrams of the Radio.

3. Talk show hosts would select the subjects they want to deal with, if they want to be part of the action at all.

4. The team of the One world Project would then contact the experts, and set the dates for the shows

 5. Preparation of the talk show hosts and the listeners.

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This project was sponsored and partly financed by the European Union, The Hungarian Ministry of Education & Culture and the Anna Lindh Foundation

Creative director & Head of project: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Thematic Weeks Editors: Kata Tenke, Orsolya Árvayi

 Published by Interkulti Association for the Advancement of Inter-cultural Dialogue, 2008

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On the occasion of the Europen Year of Inter-cultural Dialogue, this is yet another event in the framework of the World Party Series organized by Radio Tilos and the One World Project: This time the invitation is for an exciting audiovisual journey into Africa, from Casablanca to the Cape of Good Hope.

The party was held on the 19th of april 2008 from 20 o’clock Gödör Club, Budapest V. ker. Erzsébet tér

 

Party program:

8 pm – Party Opening by Dr. Balogh Sándor, head of African-Hungarian Union

8.20 – 9 pm Film screening > Essakane, Tuareg music festival in the Mali desert

Concerts:

The Party  featured 2 live concerts of groups blending authentic west-African music with afro-jazz fusion music.

The first was a concert by Abdul Aziz (F) and his Band represent the traditional music of West-Africa, with a powerful polyrhythmic percussion concert.

Abdul Aziz - images from the concert

The second concert was from 10.30 pm by Mbaye N'Diaye and the Afro Magic Band
MBaye N’Diaye (SEN) and his Afro Magic Band played  fusion music influenced by traditional songs from Senegal, afro jazz and pop music.

 

The show continued with a hot afro party powered by 6 dj’s from Radio Tilos, who played Afro-beat and Afro-funk dance music as well as traditional afro in the chill-out.

African Dance Party Dj’s:

Tomanek (Radio Tilos), Keyser (Radio Tilos), Peti Szamosi (Radio Tilos), Amir (Radio Tilos), Koya (Senegal), Sztyepp (Radio Tilos).

Visuals: Onevisione.net crew Visual journey into Africa.

Exhibitions:

Photo exhibition: "Nilo-Hamitan Tribes" – works by Attila Lóránt.

"Kuba raffia" traditional textiles exhibition from Congo - thanks to Ethnosound.

African masks and sculptures exhibition  - thanks to the African-Hungarian Union.

Africa related NGO’s stands

African-Hungarian Union, AfrioAid, Foundation for Africa, Taita Foundation, HelloAfrica!

 Plus: Afro bazaar, Egyptian Water Pipe Oasis,

 Preceding the party, a special thematic week on Africa will take place on Radio Tilos (FM 90.3, www.tilos.hu ) from the 13th April until the day of the party / 19th April.

The thematic week will host discussions with experts on Africa’s past, present and future. 

 

 Head of Project: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Marketing: Toma Maróthy

Artistic director: Gábor Zsarnai

 

This project was sponsored by the European Union and the Hungarian Ministry of Education & Culture

Published by Interkulti Association for the Promotion of Inter-Cultural Dialogue 2008

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Middle East and Islamic Culture Thematic Week اسبوع الشرق الاوسط والحضارة الاسلامية (Radio Tilos 90.3 FM, 7-14 march 2008.)

On the occasion of the Europen Year of Inter-cultural Dialogue, this is yet another event in the framework of "One World Project" . 

The follwoing pages contain the subjects of this special thematic week.

"Our use of phrase 'The Dark ages' to cover the period from 699 to 1,000 marks our undue concentration on Western Europe...". Bertrand Russel in ‘History of Western Philosophy,’ London, 1948, p. 419.

1. Religion

a. Discussion with Professor Miklos Maroth (Avicenna Institute) about the concept of the state in Islamic law, and about the values that Islam could contribute to the current world system in light of the achievements of the Islamic civilization.

b. Discussion with Professor Laszlo Tuske (Avicenna Institute) about the fundamentals of the Islamic faith.

c. Discussion with Imam Dr. Saleh Tayseer about the philosophy of Islam in general and Islamic fundamentalism in particular.

d. Discussion with Professor Zoltán Szombathy about the Sufi movement in Islam.

e. Discussion with Professor Balázs Sudár about the Ottoman Empire and its heritage.

2. Culture

a. Interview with Palestinian painter Abed Abdi about his artistic work and about Palestinian art generally.

b. Interview with Teréz Vincze about the modern Iranian film.

c. Interview with Said Tichti about the music of Chalaban and about North African Arab music in general.

d. One Thousand Nights, musical remix and reading of stories in Hungarian.

e. Music shows, presenting classical and modern Arab, Turkish and Persian music throughout the week.

f. Special musical show: Islamic music in India.

3. Society

a. Discussion with Szentágotay Rita Yusra about women in Islam.

b. Interview with Gabor Eisa, a young Hungarian who just returned from the Hajj pilgrimage.

c. Discussion with Miklós Sárközi about Persian culture and life in modern day Iran.

d. Interview with Mrs. Hend Damergi About the role of women in Tunisia since 1986.

e. Interview with the head of the Kurdish Information Office in Hungary about the Kurdish problem.

f. Interview with László Csicsman from Corvinus University about the Middle East today.

g. Interview with Eszter Cseke on her travels in the Middle East.

h. Interview with Mátyás Benyik, head of ATTACK, about his residence in Damascus and Istanbul 

4. Politics

 a. Discussion with Professor N. Erzsebet Rozsa (Hungarian Institute of International Affairs) about the current situation in the Middle East: Palestine, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria and Iran.

b. Discussion with film critiques about the appearance of the Iraqi war in the media and on the widescreen.

c. Interview with representative of the ministry of foreign affairs about the relations of Hungary with the Middle East, and about the Turkish issue from the European perspective.

5. Economics

a. Discussion with an expert on the Peak Oil problem.

For complete and up to date schedule of the thematic week, please see: http://www.interkulti.eu/radio All programs will be archived at that location immediately after the shows go on air. The archives can be accessed any time. The website will also contain a host of links to studies and articles related to the subject. 

Tilos Cultural Foundation is the operator of Radio Tilos, the first not for profit community radio station in Hungary.

The Foundation was established in 1991, and it has a board of trustees elected by the members of the radio.Members include about 250 Dj's, reporters, journalists, artists, NGO's, etc. The radio broadcasts on FM 90, but also via streaming or archive on the internet.

Variety, multiculturalism, critique, social commitment and independence are all our slogans.

 

Tilos Radio is the best-known Hungarian community radio station. Its structure, operation, programming structure, financial model, basic principles and values are unique in Hungary and it plays a key role at the time of Hungary’s EU entry in propagating and popularizing the notion of open society as well as in its everyday practice.

Tilos Radio   FM 90.3 MHz   - Budapest   www.tilos.hu

 

Note on how the thematic weeks were organized:

1. A team of the One World Project puts together the subjects of the thematic weeks, and then looks for the most prominent experts on the subject.

2. The list of about 25 programs would then go to the editors of Radio Tilos, who would offer these programs to the hosts of talk shows and musical origrams of the Radio.

3. Talk show hosts would select the subjects they want to deal with, if they want to be part of the action at all.

4. The team of the One world Project would then contact the experts, and set the dates for the shows

 5. Preparation of the talk show hosts and the listeners. 

 

 

Creative director & Head of project: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Thematic weeks Editor: Kata Tenke

  Thematic weeks coordinator: Orsolya Árvayi

 

This project was sponsored by the European Union and the Hungarian Ministry of Education & Culture

 

Published by Interkulti Association for the Promotion of Inter-Cultural Dialogue 2008

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Radio Tilos World Party Series

حفلة الشرق الاوسط Middle East Party

Audiovisual journey from Morocco to Iran



This event was part of the official program of 2008 – the European Year of Intercultural Dialogue in the Republic of Hungary.

  14 march 2008 from 7 pm. / Budapest Gödör Club (Erzsébet Tér)

An exciting audiovisual journey into the Middle East, all the way from Morocco to the Persian Gulf.

This is the 2nd event in the framework of the World Party Series organized by Radio Tilos and the One World Project. The Party featured 3 live concerts of groups blending authentic Middle Eastern dance music and modern ethno jazz fusion (Khalifa, Chalaban).

 

 

 Also featuring: An Arab percussion show (Al-Tabla), with tribal belly dancer Judit Virag, and Egyptian style belly dancer Mercedes Nieto.

The show continued with a wild Middle Eastern dance party powered by 6 djs from Radio Tilos, who will play Turkish, Persian and Arab dance and funk music.

 Radio Tilos Dj-s:

Peti Szamosi (North African Rai)

Maxim (Middle Eastern dance music)

Keyser (Iránian and Turkish funk)

AdamSalman (Arab-electro fusion)

Amir & Toma (Arab and Turksih chill-out music)

 

 

Visuals & Deco:

The visuals featured a special video mix by the Onevisione crew, photo exhibitions, art exhibition of Palestinian artists Abed Abdi and Bouthaina Abu Milhem, and a special audiovisual performance.

 

Onevisione live videomix – Middle East video journey

Desert Tempel > Authentic arab tea tasting, digital photo exhibition and sound effects (Velvet and Berczi Zsófi)

Art exhibition palestinian artists

(Abed Abdi, Boutaina Abu Milhelm and Kamil Dau)

Photo exhibitions

panorama slide show

 

Extras:

Derbuka workshop

Ethnosound Middle Eastern musical instruments exhibit and fair

Bazar, Waterpipe corner

Sweets tasting, Henna painting

 

Creative director &  Head of Project: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Media & Marketing: Toma Maróthy

Program director: Gábor Zsarnai

 

This project was sponsored by the European Union and the Hungarian Ministry of Education & Culture

Published by Interkulti Association for the Promotion of Inter-Cultural Dialogue 2008

 

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  • Indigenous Cultures Yesterday & Today 

    (interview with Kata Tenke, editor of the Thematic Week) (30 min's)

 

Globalization  & Culture

  • Is Democracy Sustainable? interview with Kardos Gáborral.

  • Eltűnőfélben levő kultúrák: beszélgetés Lóránt Attila fotográfussal a kultúrák hanyatlásáról. Eltűnőfélben Lévő Kultúrák Egyesülete - veszélyeztetett népek életének megörökítése, etikai dilemmák, környezeti problémák és természeti népek. Cél: megörökíteni mindent az utókor számára.

 

 Ősi civilizációk

  Gyarmati János - Vilcabamba, az utolsó inka főváros
- beszélgetés Gyarmati János néprajzkutatóval (a Néprajzi Múzeum főmuzeológusa), aki majd 20 éve járja Mexikót, Perut, Bolíviát. Magyar kutatók ősi civilizációk nyomában
. (1 óra)

 Dr. Salát Gergely egyetemi adjunktus ELTE BTK Kínai Tanszék: Milyen ősi a kínai kultúra? Egyáltalán mi a kínai kultúra? Milyen összetevői vannak a kínai gondolkodásnak (pl. konfucianizmus, taoizmus, buddhizmus)? (1 óra)

 Kerekes János: Ausztráliai úti beszámoló, az ausztrál őslakosok zenei kultúrája és gondolkodásmódja (1 óra)

 Gulyás Anna: Ausztrália kapcsán beszélgetés az Álomidőről, tabuk és totemek szerepéről az őslakosok életében. (1 óra)

 

 Ancient Healing, Sacred Geometry, Ancient Myths, The Cultural History of Tatoo 

interview  with Farkas Attila Márton On Ancient Egypt. (2 hrs)

interview with Nagy László Zoltán son Sacred Geometry, iconographics (2 hrs)

Pásztor Emília, Archeoasztronómia - a csillagok és a kőkori, ősi építészetről. (3 óra)

 Gulyás Péter Pál, Nap-Hold-Csillagok Téma: mítoszok, hagyományok, hiedelemvilág, ősi motívumok: világhegy, teremtéstörténetek, csillagászat. (2 óra)

Sólyomfi Zoltán ősi magyar szokások, sámánizmus, magyar táltos hagyományok, ázsiai népek hagyományai, ázsiai táltos hagyományok. (1 óra 30 perc)

Caso Villavicencio Jaime egy perui indián, aki indián gyógymódokról, beavatási rítusokról beszél magyarul, a beszélgetésbe Sólyomfi Zoltán is bekapcsolódótt.

Beszélgetés Kerekes Csaba tetováló mesterrel: tetoválási-kultúrtörténet, ősi motívumok, szimbólumok és jelenkori "divatjuk". (1 óra)

Music Shows on the Radio During the Thematic Week:

 

  • Karaván/ Ősi zenei túra (1óra)

  • Alap/ Indiai Klasszikus Zene: az indiai Saptalk fesztiválról

  • Busa/Triball Dacehall

  • Népzene/Zenei barangolás

  • Szufla/Gyökerek, Barangolás az ősi ösztönvilágból a modern primitivizmus felé (3 óra)

  • Szik+víz/ Xipe Totec és az Amu-Darja Közép-Amerika és Belső-Ázsia zenéiből (1 óra)

  • Úzgin Üver/rövid akusztikus stúdiókoncertje kaval, doromb és kanna (30 perc)

  • GoFree/Tribal Mix (1 óra 30 perc)

  • MALE sTrip show/Ausztral Tribal Mix (1 óra)

 

 About Radio Tilos / Tilos Cultural Foundation

Tilos Cultural Foundation is the operator of Radio Tilos, the first not for profit community radio station in Hungary.

The Foundation was established in 1991, and it has a board of trustees elected by the members of the radio.Members include about 250 Dj's, reporters, journalists, artists, NGO's, etc. The radio broadcasts on FM 90, but also via streaming or archive on the internet.

Variety, multiculturalism, critique, social commitment and independence are all our slogans.

Tilos Radio is the best-known Hungarian community radio station. Its structure, operation, programming structure, financial model, basic principles and values are unique in Hungary and it plays a key role at the time of Hungary’s EU entry in propagating and popularizing the notion of open society as well as in its everyday practice.

Tilos Radio   FM 90.3 MHz   - Budapest   www.tilos.hu

Note on how the thematic weeks were organized:

1. A team of the One World Project puts together the subjects of the thematic weeks, and then looks for the most prominent experts on the subject.

2. The list of about 25 programs would then go to the editors of Radio Tilos, who would offer these programs to the hosts of talk shows and musical origrams of the Radio.

3. Talk show hosts would select the subjects they want to deal with, if they want to be part of the action at all.

4. The team of the One world Project would then contact the experts, and set the dates for the shows

 5. Preparation of the talk show hosts and the listeners.

This project was sponsored and partly financed by the European Union, The Hungarian Ministry of Education & Culture and the Anna Lindh Foundation

Creative director & Head of project: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Thematic Weeks Editors: Kata Tenke, Orsolya Árvayi

 Published by Interkulti Association for the Advancement of Inter-cultural Dialogue, 2008

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One World Project/ Radio Tilos World Party Series

ABORIGINAL PARTY - An audiovisual journey to Aboriginal Australia

1st of february 2008 from 19 o’clock, Gödör Club Budapest V. ker. Erzsébet tér

On the occasion of the Europen Year of Inter-cultural Dialogue, this is yet another event in the framework of the World Party Series.

For the sake of presenting the varoius cultures of the world to the Hungarian public, Radio Tilos has initiated the „One World Project” – a year long series of events meant to celebrate world cultures.

These events are now part of the official program of the 2008 European Year of Dialogue Between Cultures, taking place throughout the EU and in Hungary as well.

The first event in the World Party Series in the year 2008 will take the public to a unique audiovisualo journey to Aboriginal Australia – land of the red earth. The colorful programs will definnitly affect all of your senses with the feeling of Australia.

 

The party begins with reading out of dreamtime stories by Velvet (Csipetke, Radio Tilos), with calm intro music in the background. Film

Screening: "Terra Australis"

Then comes the didgeridoo – the ancinet musical instrument of the aboriginals - which will be played by the authenthic sound of Australia – the Avaron group,

Avaron: Csirmaz Gábor: didgeridoo, slide didge Sándor Béla: didgeridoo, harp

This was followed by the experimental Gudanjabro: Martin Balázs: didgeridoo Kerekes János: didgeridoo Laár Dávid: precussion Mikó György : syrinx, rythme

The „naturalbiodinamic tranceproject”- will take center stage therfafter, and willl definielty drive you into new hights.

The Airtist group, which is an interesting combination of didgeridoo, jew’s harp and human beatbox, will present its new album titled „Wireless” in the framework of the World Party Series.

Airtist (D/HU) presentation of their new album "Wireless" Markus Meuer: didgeridoo Szilágyi Áron: jew’s harp Döme: beatbox http://www.myspace.com/airtistmusic

Following the concerts, dj Ludmilla will induce all to dance with her exclusive Australian breakbeat mixes,which will be followed by the tribal-breakbeat-trance-fusion mixes of AdamSalman, Zsaresz and Toma.

Tilos djs - TRIBAL FUSION PARTY: 0.00-1:30 Zsaresz - (Délibáb, Radio Tilos) tribal trance set 1:30-3.00 Ludmilla (Break Out Breeze, Radio Tilos ) Australian breakbeat set 3:00-4.30 AdamSalman ( Délibáb, Radio Tilos) breakbeat fusion set 4:30- Toma - (Caravan, Radio Tilos) fusion set

The visual journey will be guaranteed by the Onevisione crew, with the use of unique panorama screening techniques.

Visual & Deco: Onevisione: panorama video mix Red earth gallery and the Chinese Characters gallery - Aboriginal paintings In the Land of the Oz –Zoltán Szatmári and Erika Kalapos photo slideshow panoramic photos (Thanks to Austrade!)

Other Attractions:

Afrosound - didgeridoo and boomerang exhibition

Fair Gloria Jeans Coffee – Australian exclusive Coffee tasting

Study Time stand Australia’s Faces – Joint stand of the Australian Embassy and Austrade

Preceeding the party, a special thematic week will take place on Radio Tilos (FM 90.3, www.tilos.hu / live net streaming) from the 26th of january 2008 until the day of the party / 1st of february 2008.

The thematic week will host discussions with experts on ancient cultures, including the cultures of China, Egypt, Indians, Aboriginals, etc and will feature tribal fusion musical mixes all week long! Archives of these programs will be available at http://interkulti.net/radio. The round table discussions will touch upon various aspects of ancient cultures, and will attempt to introduce those elements of these cultures, which could also serve as useful knowledge today, thereby bridging a potential synthesis between what is old and what is new.

 

Creative director &  Head of Project: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Media & Marketing: Toma Maróthy

Program Artistic director: Gábor Zsarnai

 

This project was sponsored by the European Union and the Hungarian Ministry of Education & Culturein co-operation with the Australian Embassy and Austrade, Budapest

 

Published by Interkulti Association for the Promotion of Inter-Cultural Dialogue 2008

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19.00-20.00 Meditative Music from Tibet: Amir & Toma (Radio tilos, Caravan Buddhist stories and Tibetan tales read out by Velvet (Radio Tilos, Csipetke) 20.00-21.00 Tibetan Voice Bath (Molnár Ágnes and Vaskó Gergely voice therapists ) 21.00-21.30 Gudanjabro (didgeridoo concert) 21.30-23.00 TotalKarma (World Music Concert For Tibet) Gasner : tibetan bells, guitar Perényi: tibetan horn, flutes Babits: tibetan horn, flutes, percussion Rozs Tamás: cello, thoat singing, jew's harp Pongrácz tibor: udu, calimba, bassdrum Clemente Gábor: darbuka, chimes János Kerekes: didgeridoo, clapstick Balázs Martin: didgeridoo, clapstick Gábor Zsarnai: djembe, darbuka, shaker, rainstick 23.00-03.00 DéliBáb Soundsystem: Fusion Party For Tibet Zsaresyz, AdamSalman, Sora Guest: Dj Era (Protoneon) 03.00 - Visuals - VJ sets: OneVisionOne Crew Digital photo exhibition, works by Zoltán Szabó Decoration: pillows, carpets , candels
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 Head of Project: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Marketing: Toma Maróthy

Artistic director: Gábor Zsarnai

 

Published by Interkulti Association for the Promotion of Inter-Cultural Dialogue 2008

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 Head of Project: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Marketing: Toma Maróthy

Artistic director: Gábor Zsarnai

 

This project was sponsored by the European Union and the Hungarian Ministry of Education & Culture

Published by Interkulti Association for the Promotion of Inter-Cultural Dialogue 2008

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 Head of Project: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Marketing: Toma Maróthy

Artistic director: Gábor Zsarnai

 

This project was sponsored by the European Union and the Hungarian Ministry of Education & Culture

Published by Interkulti Association for the Promotion of Inter-Cultural Dialogue 2008

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Creative director & Head of project: dr. Amir A. Abdi

Thematic weeks Editor: Kata Tenke

  Thematic weeks coordinator: Orsolya Árvayi

 

This project was sponsored by the European Union and the Hungarian Ministry of Education & Culture

 

Published by Interkulti Association for the Promotion of Inter-Cultural Dialogue 2008

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