Education and media literacy. Democracy and participation. Web 3.0 - where is the internet heading?Are you young, active, passionate and interested in internet policies? Then sign up before April 25th, 2011, for the New Media Summer School prior to the European Dialogue on Internet Governance in Belgrade. Who can sign up? Enthusiastic people from European and neighboring countries between 18 and 30 years of age who are willing to attend both New Media Summer School and EuroDIG 2011. You must be…See More
Should anyone be interested, I found out on the internet the following opportunity. I just paste: The European Newspaper Publishers' Association (ENPA) is an international association, promoting the professional interests of the European newspaper publishing industry to different European and international organisations and institutions. ENPA represents over 5,200 national, regional and local newspaper titles, published in 23 European Union, plus Norway and Switzerland. ENPA is offering one…See More
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The name of this supranational institution, says it all: European Union. However, how united are we?Jean Monet, one of the founders of this wonderful political creation, repeatedly said: "...there is no future for the people of Europe other than in union". Yet, long before Monet another French man, Victor Hugo, longed for a United Europe: “A day will arrive, where all nations of this continent, without giving up their particularities...." will be united.Nevertheless, we see in every country…See More