Added by Hatef Mokhtar on March 14, 2013 at 12:10 — No Comments
Ghana though considered as champion of democracy in Africa, the 2012 general elections recorded unthinkable events that ought not to have happened at all.
The elections processes were peaceful, transparent, fair and free though, but some journalists who reported on the elections processes and kept awake throughout the two days of voting were unfortunately subjected to abuses by the supporters of the largest opposition political party, New Patriotic Party (NPP) led by Nana Akufo…Continue
Added by Npong Balikawu Francis on December 16, 2012 at 10:37 — 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
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Added by Hanna McLean on June 14, 2012 at 11:24 — No Comments
It is somehow surprising to observe the coverage of the current Greek crisis by the international media.
Although the situation is one of the most serious which the European Union has faced to date, the level of attention given to the unfolding of the events in Greece seems rather inappropriate.
The major international media outlets provide reports and updates whenever riots break out or parliament decides for yet more austerity measures.
Only a few days ago, on…Continue
Added by claudia costa on February 14, 2012 at 16:09 — No Comments
United Nations negotiations on international action to combat climate change started yesterday in Bonn, Germany and will run until 17 June. The Hungarian Presidency of the Council and the European Commission are representing the European Union at the two-week meeting, which is the second session of official-level talks held to prepare the UN climate conference in Durban, South Africa at the end…Continue
Added by Mr. Laszlo Keki on June 7, 2011 at 20:38 — No Comments
For two days (24-26 March 2011.) as and inspiring and significant part of the Hungarian Presidency’s programme, Gödöllő Royal Palace was hosting an informal meeting of EU Environment Ministers.
Together with Fotis (from Greece) and Raul (from Romania) we visited the Presidency Headquarters in Gödöllö and keeping you posted about all interesting and important happenings.…
Added by Mr. Laszlo Keki on March 28, 2011 at 19:04 — No Comments
A pan-European experiment which sent nearly 80 young science journalists to laboratories over the past two years has come to an end, and the results and implications for European science and media were discussed at a conference in Brussels on Friday (28 January).
The conference – ‘Bridging the gap between science and journalism’ – brought together around 50 scientists, journalists, and European Union commissioners to discuss what happens when journalists and scientists are put…Continue
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