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Nieuws - World Press Freedom Day

WORLD - A new IFEX website, available in English, French and Spanish, showcases exactly what our 88 members are doing and thinking about on World Press Freedom Day. You'll find out how it is being commemorated around the world, and how you can get involved in your own community. 

 

Nieuws - Award for Investigative Reporting in Dangerous Environments

KIEV - The Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Kyiv will present an award for investigative journalism in a developing country or a country in transition, which was reported under threat, duress or difficult conditions. This is the fourth conference at which the Global Shining Light Award is being granted. The first was presented at the Toronto Global Conference is 2007.

 

Nieuws - Website on Press Freedom Launched in Hungary

VIENNA - The South and East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), a network of editors, media executives and leading journalists in South East and Central Europe and an affiliate of the International Press Institute (IPI), has launched a specialized website dedicated to press freedom-related developments in Hungary. The Budapest-based Center for Independent Journalism, a member of the South East European Network for Professionalization of Media, is SEEMO´s partner in this project. 

 
Persacademie

Nieuws - Academie Periodieke Pers lanceert mediacoach, een zelftest voor journalisten

Zopas lanceerden de federaties van de uitgevers van de periodieke pers UPP en VUKPP de mediacoach. Het initiatief sluit aan bij het aanbod van de kosteloze workshops voor journalisten, mediaprofessionals en uitgevers binnen de academie voor de periodieke pers, kortweg Persacademie. 

 

Nieuws - Applications Open for 2011 Dart Ochberg Fellowships

BALTIMORE - Apply online now for an intensive program, to be held in Baltimore Oct. 31 to Nov. 5, designed to help mid-career journalists improve coverage of traumatic events. Deadline for entries is July 27.

 

Nieuws - Archieven journalist Walter De Bock: bronbescherming ook na de dood

(BRUSSEL, 6/02/2008) -- Dat in de archieven van de overleden journalist Walter De Bock wel vertrouwelijke informatie zou te vinden zijn, bracht justitie op een idee. Ambtenaren van het Comité I dachten in Leuven, in de archieven van Walter De Bock, wat te kunnen rommelen. Ze hebben wel bot gevangen. De parlementaire onderzoekscommissie Comité I ‘stapte’ zoals dat heet, af in de bibliotheek van de Leuvense Universiteit. Daar wordt sinds 2006 het archief van Walter De Bock bewaard. (bron: 6minutes)

 
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