Hold on to your hats everyone, I've got some good news:
The European Journalism Centre is proud to announce that it has received financial support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to advance journalistic coverage of issues related to global development and the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals. Therefore, in 2013 the EJC will implement a grants programme supported by the Gates Foundation.
The Centre will…Continue
Are you a journalist? Are you looking for the right expert to contact for your next article on food research? Would you like to enlarge your network all over Europe, but this is something that is turning out to be very difficult?
Introducing the MAITRE online platform, which is an open database that…Continue
Added by Hanna McLean on July 5, 2012 at 16:31 — No Comments
Just to let you all know, registration for the EU Health Prize for Journalists is open. The prize is awarded to stimulate high-quality journalism that raises awareness of issues related to healthcare and patients' rights. The prize highlights health policy initiatives contained in the "Europe for Patients" campaign.
This year's theme for the…Continue
Added by Hanna McLean on June 26, 2012 at 10:41 — No Comments
For more information about the program, please visit the…Continue
Added by Hanna McLean on June 14, 2012 at 11:24 — No Comments
The EJC is celebrating its 20th anniversary in Maastricht, the Netherlands, with a program focused on the topic dearest to its work: journalism education.
Right now Howard Finberg the director of partnerships and alliances at The Poynter Institute in Florida, is giving his keynote speech about the future of journalism education and how this topic will be the key element in determining the future of the journalistic profession at large.
Shortly before the…Continue
The question might not be new but is surely still very hot.
Does Web 2.0, a more widespread and improved Internet connection and the ability to air personal opinions on blogs, social networks and websites make us automatically more engaged with the reality we live in?
Prof. Henry Jenkins is an authority in the field of participatory culture and the (unfulfilled) promise of Web 2.0
Is our society more…Continue
It is my pleasure to introduce you to the JFPCISC - Journalist Forum of Pakistan & CIS Countries.I'd like to share with you some of the things that this Forum has to do. We have plan to select One Vice President of each & every country ( he she will be a General Secretary of His/ Her Country's Governing body of this forum. …
One week ago the International Journalism Festival held in Perugia, Italy came to an end.
The festival, which was organised for the first time in 2007 by journalist Arianna Ciccone and Chris Potter, is an annual miracle for a country like Italy, whose media landscape is sadly known for being state controlled, biased and mainly focused on national…Continue
Added by claudia costa on May 7, 2012 at 13:30 — No Comments
I have a story related to International Workers and Amateurs in Sports Confederation (CSIT), based in Vienna.
I'm looking for colleagues working and/or living in Austria, to ask for some info.
Very kind if anybody can help.
Added by Mourad Teyeb on April 25, 2012 at 17:41 — No Comments
As I watch the play 2 +X Welten at Pumpenhaus in Muenster, I was carried away by the spirit of the cast, they remind me so much of the kids I come across daily on my street back home in Jos Nigeria. It is not easy placing them in a German scenery in my mind yet here they are here expressing themselves in a way that is best experience if you are in the theatre - and in German too.…Continue
Added by Janet Faden on April 18, 2012 at 2:00 — No Comments
The ThinkBrigade website has officially launched! Thinkbrigade is an independent online magazine, which is published by a united, collaborative and multi-media team of 35 international reporters. It aims to showcase “best practices” of multimedia reporting through a team-based method where sharing ideas and skills takes place in order to cover the…Continue
PESHAWAR: The University of Peshawar (UoP) has announced fully-funded scholarships for university teachers of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences who want to pursue higher studies within Pakistan.
A notification of Directorate of Planning and Development of the university stated that the scholarships have been announced as part of Human Resource Development component of the project, strengthening of University of Peshawar.
One scholarship each has been…Continue
For several decades the government along with several private organizations have been working to solve the acute sanitation problems in Bangladesh. Unfortunately though, their efforts have met with little success. Even today the overwhelming majority of the rural population is not fully aware…Continue
Added by Sakhawat Hossain (Adil Sakhawat) on April 8, 2012 at 21:57 — No Comments
For separation of men and women we need two of each, two parliament two national council…
I hate to call myself as an Afghan as a vandalist as a discriminator and as a cruel, Afghanistan Islamic Council the first and high Islamic Council in Afghanistan call women as a pet to men under the hidden words, and order them that they can’t go anywhere without the ancestors. Afghanistan a country surrendered by bad tradition as always now…Continue
‘’The vocabulary we have does more than communicate our knowledge: it shapes what we can know’’ Evaluate this…Continue
Added by Leon Craats on March 5, 2012 at 11:49 — No Comments
For the past 27 years, Israel has been trying to free Jonathan Pollard, a civilian American Naval intelligence Analyst. Both US and Israel have kept him under a plea agreement. Years back, Jonathan found out about an undeclared intelligence embargo continuing in US under which Israel was not given information regarding vital information about Syrian, Iraqi, Libyan and Iranian nuclear weapons/ capabilities. Under ideological sense, Jonathan felt it was his prime duty to deliver these…Continue
Added by Shubhda Chaudhary on March 5, 2012 at 11:54 — No Comments
The unexpected (for some) and unfortunate (for the world) end of the 'American Dream' is driving the US politics to find a scapegoat for their crisis.
US Elections' Republicans candidates are struggling for words to fight the inevitable interventions of the Social State in the life of Americans.
But some one like Mitt Romney seems to believe he has found that throwing the blame on Europe will be his 'Golden Fleece' that will protect him from more sensible and reasonable…Continue
Added by Lucio Menin on March 6, 2012 at 15:09 — No Comments