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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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Learn new data skills

After 10 years of experience running data journalism programs, the European Journalism Centre has created DataJournalism.com with free resources, materials, online video courses and community forums. From AEJ Belgium we encorage journalists to take a look at their content and explore the world of data journalism: Learn from an expert in the new Long Reads section. From […]

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The 2019 CMPF Summer School for Journalists and Media Practitioners

AEJ Belgium encourges all journalists to apply for the next CMPF Summer school! This year’s Summer school will focus on the topic Covering Political Campaigns in the Age of Data, Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence. Around 25 journalists and media practitioners from all over the world to step out of their daily routines and dive into an interactive […]

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European project of EJTA aims to foster fact-based public debate

The European Journalism Training Association launched with the active participation of several of their members-Journalism Schools throughout Europe- an interesting project of fact checking this spring. We warmly invite you to have regularly a look at the work done by our junior colleagues. Some of the items treated so far: Dose the travelling circus of […]

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Key briefings on European elections: 100 days to go

  100 days before voters elect their MEPs who will choose the next Commission President, journalists are invited to two key briefings on  key dates leading up to the elections and lead candidate debates, media tools and practical details on facilities available...

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