If in Journalism, Media and Communication in general, one deals with freedom of expression, one has to be accessible to all and able to understand and communicate in all languages. Sign language is one of them and it is not only the language of the hearing impaired, it is a minority language of many people in every society of the world. It is also an important way to communicate in some of our world's societies as part of their culture.Although it is very important and for many people the only…See More
Reporting directly from war, combat zone, disaster areas, is one of the greatest challenges of a journalist. There is no price for such a job, where one risks his or her own life. However, all journalistic efforts might go unseen, if there is no proper coverage in the Media and if short and brief pictures of war aren't well explained to the public. Therefore, we need journalists, reporters, photographers, but also special commentators that can tell us the impact of these wars, how does…See More
One of the meanings of the Latin word Oracle is to speak wisely and with authority. This group aims to bring together experts in the Greek questions of this time. A group for Media Professionals and Journalists, specialized in Economy, International Business & Trade, Politics, EU Law, History, Sociology, Antropology, Classic Studies, Education and Philosophy, but also other writers and students of these disciplines.Here, we can focus on everything Greek. The economic crisis, and the…See More
There are no doubts that the European Union needs to boost its competitiveness in order to re-launch economic growth, thoroughly challenged by more than 3 years of crisis, but what are the measures taken by the European Commission? Would the EU be able to trigger a new industrial revolution based on innovation? Come to Brussels to listen to what the European Commission Vice-President Antonio Tajani has to say about it! 60 journalists from EU-27 countries and international correspondents based…See More
I try to understand what's really going on in Hungary with the new media law. Unfortunately I cannot read Hungarian and it's difficult to follow Hungarian media. So may I ask members from Hungarian media to share their thoughts and opinion
"Dear Komang, as I told you, I'm humbled and honored by your comments and I have to say that I'm just an ordinary writer, speaking from the heart and moved by a wish to understand and reflect on our real life drama.
I will be pleased to…"