Conferences/Events/Seminars
Journalism ethics course to be held in Qatar PDF Print

Date: 17 - 19 November 2009

Region: Middle East and North Africa

Arab journalists are invited to attend an extensive course entitled "Journalism Ethics: Practices and Techniques," which will be held in Doha, Qatar from November 17 to 19.

 
Journalism meeting on gender issues, Colombia PDF Print

Deadline: 27-30 November 2009

Region: Colombia

Bogotá, Colombia, will host a meeting on gender perspectives and women's rights in the world of journalism, among other topics, from November 27 to 30. Registration is ongoing.

 
In Motion PDF Print

Date: 22 – 23 October 2009

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Journalism and Media Research on Migration, Minorities and Society Dialogue Forum arranged by Migra-Nord. The study has been produced by the Department of Journalism Media and Communication at Stockholm University.

Visit www.jmk.su.se for updates.

 

 

 
3rd EU Equality Summit PDF Print

Date: 16–17 November 2009

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

This is an annual event for ministers, chairs of national equality bodies, chairs of NGOs at EU level, EU social partners and representatives of international organisations. The purpose is to share knowledge and experience and develop stronger and more effective ways to promote equal rights and opportunities for all in the EU. A special attention will be paid to the media and its role in eliminating  all forms of discrimination.

For more details, visit: http://www.se2009.eu/en/meetings_news/2009/11/16/equality_summit

 
3rd International Conference on Journalism and Information - “Speak out against discrimination” PDF Print

Date: 7-9 October 2009

Region/Country: Strasbourg

[EN] The Council of Europe is to host the 3rd International Conference on Journalism and Information at the Palais de l’Europe in Strasbourg, from 7 to 9 October 2009, as part of its campaign “Speak out against discrimination”.

The Council, convinced of the public information and opinion forming role of the media, since the beginning of the campaign has invited all players in the media industry to discuss and propose solutions giving pride of place to diversity and a culture of tolerance.

 
Media and Cultural Diversity Debate to take place in London PDF Print

Date: 6.30 pm to 8 pm, Thursday 19 November 2009

Location: University of Westminster, Regent Street Campus, 309 Regent Street, London

This debate on the future of media representations of cultural diversity is organised by the Panos Paris Institute, in association with the University of Westminster. The event will mark the publication of a study entitled “Media and Cultural Diversity in Europe and North America”, conducted by the Panos Paris Institute. A panel of contributors to the study will discuss, together with an audience of journalists and media practioners, policy makers, academics, and activists, such questions as:

  • What are the study’s most significant findings?
  • What innovative actions and best practices does it highlight?
  • What prospects does it see for the future?

 

Panellists include: Mukti Jain Campion (UK), Author and producer, Culture Wise; Claire Frachon (France), Journalist and European media consultant; Myria Georgiou (UK), Dept of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science; Tarik Sabry, Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication Theory, University of Westminster.

To secure your place at this event, please RSVP to Gabrielle Beyl at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

 
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