Covering the European Development Days

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Covering the European Development Days

Time: December 6, 2010 to December 8, 2010
Location: Brussels
City/Town: Brussels
Phone: 3222352348
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Elise Rochez
Latest Activity: Dec 2, 2010

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Journalists - looking for the latest news and ideas on European policy and innovation in the developing world?

The European Journalism Centre and the European Commission's DG for Development are offering 15 journalists from EU-27 member states the opportunity to get right up with the action at the 5th annual European Development Days in Brussels, December 6-8, 2010.

For journalists looking at international relations through the lens of development and aid, this is a key opportunity to discover new angles in covering this vital issue.

Apply online now for this and other exciting journalism events at www.ejcseminars.eu

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0jwxp5lf3u8xd Comment by 0jwxp5lf3u8xd on November 22, 2010 at 12:47
how come i can attend this?

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"Matisak's blog - Your next flight will be safe. But... http://wp.me/pL6gx-1HA"
Wednesday
Andrej Matisak posted a status
"Matisak's blog - Justice for Farkhunda. But will it happen in Afghanistan? http://wp.me/pL6gx-1Hy"
Tuesday
Dr. Arif Jubaer posted a status
"Image of a pregnant pony's uterus by Anatomy Museum in London was named the winner of the Wellcome Image Awards. www.dailypositive.org/"
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Andrej Matisak posted a status
"Matisak's blog - Is Russia putting nuclear rhetoric on the table? http://wp.me/pL6gx-1Hv"
Sunday
Andrej Matisak posted a status
"Matisak's blog - What's next for Israel-US relations? http://wp.me/pL6gx-1Hr"
Mar 20
Dr. Arif Jubaer posted a status
"Spanish scientists have found the tomb of author Miguel de Cervantes in Madrid 400 years after his death. http://www.dailypositive.org/"
Mar 20

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