Journalistic Craft for Neighbourhood

Developing knowledge-based European journalism relating to Europe’s neighbours, through educational activities delivered by the Natolin Campus of the College of Europe

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Natolin

The Natolin Campus of the College of Europe was established in 1992 in the aftermath of the 1989 revolutions and in anticipation of the EU’s eastern enlargement.

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Journalistic Craft for Neighbourhood

Developing knowledge-based European journalism relating to Europe’s neighbours, through educational activities delivered by the Natolin Campus of the College of Europe
Market analysis

on the two ENP regions and EU – expertise that looks at many factors of media markets in selected countries.

Digital component

set of on-line knowledge-based courses that looks into topics related to media market and journalism, including regional studies and environmental backgrounds of selected ENP regions.

Workshops

organised by the College of Europe in Poland and beyond: the Project will comprise of several editions of tailored-made trainings and study visits conducted by international experts.

Follow up assignments

contest/competition for the project participants, devoted to the elaboration of high-quality journalistic materials.

The project objectives

The overall objective of the project is to strengthen knowledge-based journalism and the capacities of communication / media centres, freelancers, and multipliers, located in both EU and ENP countries, in reliable, professional and data-driven reporting, encompassing the national characteristics of and expertise in EU-ENP mutual relations and regional ethnography

Deepen knowledge

of journalists to exchange expert know-how between EU and ENP journalists, experts, gauging and reflecting the ‘true’ public opinion in ENP and EU states

Accompany journalists

in translating the theoretical knowledge into practical stories through stationary workshops (accompanied by study visits and field trainings) and followed up by country-based assignments

Develop a network

of journalists to exchange expert know-how between EU and ENP journalists, experts, gauging and reflecting the ‘true’ public opinion in both ENP and EU states

Target group

We are looking to address our activities to the following professional and social groups from the EU and ENP (South and East) countries:
  • Media professionals (reporters, journalists, editors, news managers, etc.)
  • Employees and representatives of non-governmental organisations, think-tanks, public institutions​, research and academic centres and other information multipliers, whose work-related activities primarily touch on journalism- and media-related topics.

Provisional timeframe

Initial registration of interested participants

December 2018 / January 2019

Launch of the e-learning courses *

April 2019

Launch of the formal registration procedure

April 2019

Courses completed, tests submitted

June/July 2019

Workshops in Poland

August 2019

Follow–up assignments

August / November 2019


* specific courses will be released and made available to the JCN platform users gradually. Each time we will inform all users that a new course has just been launched, relevant information will be also placed on our project website.

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If you are interested in taking part in the project and would like to be informed of our planned activities, please register now.

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