Reporting Europe 2020


Reporting Europe 2020

Europe 2020 is the EU's growth strategy for the coming decade. This group is for journalists reporting the five ambitious Europe 2020 objectives in their country: employment, innovation, education, social inclusion and climate/energy.

Location: Europe
Members: 108
Latest Activity: Aug 9, 2013

Group Aims

This group aims to bring together journalists interested in the Europe 2020 strategy.

Contribute by sharing your work and thoughts on the progress of the five key objectives in your country:

* Employment
* Innovation
* Education
* Social inclusion
* Climate/Energy

Feel free to join discussions, add comments and interact with other group members to hopefully facilitate broader and better reporting on these issues.

Discussion Forum

Media study trip to Poland: agriculture

Started by Diana Lungu Aug 6, 2013. 0 Replies

EU journalists interested in agricultural topics can apply to take part in a study trip to Poland. The event is organised by the Polish Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. See below…Continue

Tags: rural, development, EU, CAP, Poland

Apply to attend European Industrial Policy media event: 5-6 June in Brussels

Started by Diana Lungu May 15, 2013. 0 Replies

Can Europe still have an industrial revolution?The European Journalism Centre (EJC), in cooperation with the European Commission's …Continue

Tags: revolution, policy, seminar, tajani, croatia

"EU as a global trade player" seminar for journalists

Started by Malou Oldenhof Feb 28, 2013. 0 Replies

27 journalists, one per each EU member state, will have the opportunity to attend a two-day background briefing on the EU trade policies and the EU’s role as a global trade player. Held in Brussels…Continue

What kind of justice?

Started by Nikos Vassiliades. Last reply by Nuno Martins Oct 28, 2012. 3 Replies

A Greek journalist has been arrested today,for publishing a list of Greeks with deposits in Swiss bank accounts. The names were originally sent to the Greek government by the current head of the…Continue

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Comment by Artur Nura on February 1, 2013 at 13:02

May be then Europe will be United States of Europe like USA? or who can say some thing concrete about this issue!? If we know to answer this question we may answer also about the themes showed above!

Comment by Nikos Vassiliades on October 28, 2012 at 15:23
A Greek journalist has been arrested today,for publishing a list of Greeks with deposits in Swiss bank accounts. The names were originally sent to the Greek government by the current head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde.Lagarde sent the list to the former Greek finance minister, Giorgios Papakonstantinou, in 2010 when she was still the French finance minister.The Greek government had tried to keep the list secret since then.
Former finance minister G. Papakonstantinou told the Greek parliament on Wednesday that he did not know what had happened to the original list, which was reportedly contained on a USB key. And the BIG question! justice in Greece only works to protect politicians?...
Comment by Diana Lungu on May 7, 2012 at 12:40

Journalists from EU-27 are invited to apply to the Mission Growth: Europe at the Lead of the New Industrial Revolution seminar in Brussels between 28-29 May 2012.

Keynote addresses will include high-level politicians, experts and stakeholders such as the President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso, Prime Minister of Denmark Helle Thorning-Schmidt and the economist Jeremy Rifkin. The participants will have an exclusive meeting with European Commission Vice-President Antonio Tajani.

Comment by Bianca Lemmens on April 7, 2011 at 17:44
The Robert Schuman Foundation has published 10 unique fact sheets that put into focus all of the responses provided by the EU to the challenges that have been raised by the financial turbulence since 2007
Comment by Bianca Lemmens on March 31, 2011 at 11:49
Comment by Bianca Lemmens on November 15, 2010 at 10:35
The European Journalism Centre has published the book 'Covering the Crisis'
Speakers and participants of the original November 2009 event can contact me to order their free copy.
Comment by Bianca Lemmens on October 29, 2010 at 15:12
The Crisis of the Eurozone (By Dorothee BOHLE)

An important tension had been underlying the first decade of the European Monetary Union. On the one hand, governments had embraced a revolutionary prospect when designing its institutions. They called on market forces and supranational institutions to limit popular democracy and scale back the interventionist state. On the other hand, they were unprepared to live up to this prospect. Hence the accumulation of large economic imbalances and their culmination in the Greek crisis and the instability of the Union's periphery. These developments have given governments pause. With breathtaking speed, elites have agreed on the need for austerity. But it is difficult to see how the current attempt to return to the spirit of Maastricht would fare any better than before. Permanent austerity is fraught with economic irresponsibility and political risks. Europe therefore needs a new political debate about how much it wants to allow markets to determine the fate of its citizens and countries.

The complete text of the report is available at the following link:
Comment by Toni Straka on August 23, 2010 at 7:05
Comment by Toni Straka on August 20, 2010 at 15:05
PDF pls
Comment by Bianca Lemmens on August 20, 2010 at 14:49
Adam, as soon as it is published we will be able to provide you with a hard copy or a PDF version. We will inform you all of the exact date within the next two weeks.

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