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Working Grant - Roma, the last EU citizens
In spite of the efforts made by NGOs and the distribution of EU funds, Europe’s main minority is no better off than it was 10 years ago. Anno 2012 the significant proportion of Europe’s 12 million Roma live in deplorable conditions. Ethnic tensions are on the rise. Dutch journalist Hellen Kooijman reconstructed more than ten years of failed European policy. A lack of appropriate supervision in Brussels, the corruption of local leaders and the indifference of national governments are at the root of the problem.
Fondation EurActiv PoliTech and the Robert Bosch Stiftung, with the help of an international jury including Radio France International and Deutsche Press Agentur, selected 12 professional journalists to take part in a weeklong intensive seminar on “Making local stories European and European stories local” in Berlin.
BRUSSELS - As a result of the economic crisis and a growing disenchantment towards EU issues, many media outlets have reduced their presence in Brussels. The declining number of Brussels correspondents illustrated the crisis of EU journalism which is each year less exhaustive and more focused on national angles.
Research Department IBBT-SMIT, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, presents you a series of lectures, based on its current research agenda. Policy Units presents Dr. Richard Collins: European identity and television.
In 2012, the Flemish-Dutch Association for Investigative Journalists VVOJ is celebrating its tenth anniversary. To mark this special anniversary, the VVOJ’s annual conference, due to take place at the Plantijn College in Antwerp (Belgium), will bear an international character.
A communication to the European Parliament on November 8 in the Information Office of the European Parliament in Belgium, Square du Luxembourg, 1050 Brussels.
On Wednesday 19 October, four European journalists were awarded the European Parliament Prize for Journalism 2011. This prize is for having contributed to developing, “a greater understanding of the EU”.
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