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A tool to follow European content on social media platforms

Are you interested in checking EU content on Twitter, Facebook and other social media? Use this search tool to find social media accounts with EU input. Discover this useful tool for student, citizens and journalist (here): Easy to use Intuitive It is covering all the...

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Reuters Digital News Report 2019 out now

AEJ Belgium engourages students and journalists to take a look at the Reuters Digital News Report 2019, that was realesed this week. This year's report comes against a global backdrop of populism, political and economic instability, and concern over the role of tech...

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Difference Day 2019: Who controls the truth?

In honour of World Press Freedom day, on the 3rd of May, Difference Day was once again hosted at Bozar in Brussels. During the day, two panel debates were organised, awards were handed out and about 200 high school students participated in several workshops with...

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Youth4Regions – the programme for aspiring journalists

AEJ Belgium encourages all young journalists to apply for Youth4Regions, a programme from the European Commission that tries to help journalism students and young journalists to discover what the EU is doing in their region. What do they offer? Training on journalism...

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Speed date with Think Tanks on 9 May

English (French & Dutch below) SPEED DATING WITH THINK TANKS FOR STUDENTS BOZAR, in collaboration with us, AEJ Belgium, and the Evens Foundation, offers some 120 students (age 16-26) the opportunity to speed date with representatives of several Think Tanks active...

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Interview with Aidan White

Aidan White on migration, populism, and the future of the media “We are living in a period in which media and journalists are trying to make sure that they are behaving ethically and transparently and that they are creating brands which the public can trust. At the...

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