Yesterday's newsroom was not easy to manage but the newsroom of the future will be a real challenge.The EJC, in collaboration with trainer Per Anderson, has been running its successful Newsroom Management workshops for over 15 years, and has upgraded the workshop format to offer the necessary tools to tomorrow's leaders:* How to create a safe and creative atmosphere inside the newsroom, when nothing is safe on the outside; * How to lead, write and publish in a true dialogue with your staff and…See More
"Sándor Orbán, programme director of the South East European Network for Professionalization of Media (SEENPM), discusses in a recent blog on the Committee to Protect Journalists website the press freedom situation in Hungary, as part…"
For a possible project-based EU communication programme in Turkey (focused on enlargement policy-related communication activities) the EJC is looking for experts in the field of journalism and/or communication.The two profiles for which we are looking for candidates are mentioned below, together with the specific requirements for each profile.Please be aware that these are full time positions (approx 200 days per year) which are likely to start end of February 2012. The decision on the project…See More
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I am a freelance journalist of European news agency , I am representative of Middle east,Asia and India,, I saw your profile , I wanted to drop some words of introduction that may be in future we could be helpfull eachother in any project of journalism?,,,,so have a good time in journalism.regards.murad
A recent British article illustrates, allegedly, the depth of ‘elitism’, even privilege, amongst its higher members of society. Is this a matter of class, culture or constitution? We are back to the politics and it looks like summer holiday illusions of equality are over. The figures are revealing:“…that while 95% of Britons believe “in a fair society every person should have an equal opportunity to get ahead”,…See More
by sadiahaidariPakistan's relationship with its women is rooted in a patriarchal feudal system feeding the country since before it was born and full of violence after their birth. It's an archaic system that has produced the men who run the country, negotiate domestic and foreign policy and penned…See More