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Inside Europe: a new guide to engage future journalists with Europe

Submitted by on January 12, 2012 – 15:51No Comment

The Euro­pean stu­dents radio net­work Micro-Europa pub­lishes its new guide for lec­tur­ers, which aims at help­ing them to engage stu­dents with Europe and local level Euro­pean journalism.

The mem­bers of Micro-Europa, on the basis of their respec­tive and com­mon expe­ri­ence, have col­lec­tively defined the chal­lenges, goals and con­tents of the guide.

The three main parts to the guide concern:

- The ped­a­gogy: How to make the EU under­stand­able to citizens?

- Con­crete Europe: How to link local issues and peo­ple with the EU challenges?

The Debates: How to high­light dif­fer­ent views and opin­ions about EU polit­i­cal deci­sions and leg­isla­tive projects? How to enhance stu­dents’ aware­ness of the Euro­pean pub­lic sphere through crit­i­cal think­ing and deep analysis?

The fourth part of the guide is ded­i­cated to prac­ti­cal exer­cises and projects that can be used in class, and intro­duces use­ful links.

Please find the guide in five lan­guages (ENFRDENLRO) among the ‘tools’ offered on Micro-Europa.eu.

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