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Créer un statut de correspondant européen

November 14, 2011 – 12:38 | 2 Comments

Ancrer l’information européenne dans les régions, au plus proche des gens
Créer un statut de jour­nal­iste cor­re­spon­dant européen. En vertu de ce statut, le régime de sécu­rité sociale du cor­re­spon­dant et les charges salar­i­ales de son employeur …

EU correspondents">Create a new employment statute for EU correspondents

November 14, 2011 – 12:37 | 2 Comments

For infor­ma­tion on Europe that is rooted in the regions, closer to peo­ple
Cre­ate a new statute for Europe cor­re­spon­dents accord­ing to which the cor­re­spon­dents’ social secu­rity schemes and pay­roll charges will now depend on the law …

Ten flagship proposals in support of citizen-centred European journalism will be discussed with MEPs

November 1, 2011 – 19:57 | 10 Comments

A col­lec­tive elab­o­ra­tion of con­crete polit­i­cal pro­pos­als:
To review, nearly one year ago, on Decem­ber 1st 2010, the IHECS and its part­ners, jour­nal­ists and Euro­pean civil soci­ety rep­re­sen­ta­tives, met in a Brus­sels work­shop to elab­o­rate together a White …

How to embody European Union in the Media?

June 6, 2011 – 12:55 |

For a major­ity of us, Euro­pean Union is like a UFO: some­one told us it exists but we can’t really visu­alise… Find our way in the Euro­pean machine actu­ally asks for ped­a­gogy efforts from jour­nal­ists.
To make their …

Europe through the Twitter lens

May 3, 2011 – 15:52 |

Today is World Press Free­dom Day, and the UN has decided to make it all about the web. So we decided to come back on that issue that has been strangely miss­ing from our White Paper (yes, we know).

On the day the World press is look­ing closely at the impact of the inter­net, we decided to right that wrong. : explaining Europe with videos!

April 22, 2011 – 17:34 |

The web­site is a new com­mu­ni­ca­tion con­cept ini­ti­ated on the 15th of March 2010. This web­site is owned and man­aged by viEUws SA, a Bel­gian com­pany, which “only owns and man­ages”, explains Mar­ket­ing and Communication …

Defending media pluralism by monitoring threats in the Member States

April 20, 2011 – 15:02 |

On March 31, civil soci­ety and press organ­i­sa­tions, along with MEPs and jour­nal­ists gath­ered for a work­shop on Media plu­ral­ism in Europe. In the com­ing weeks, we will run sev­eral sto­ries on this vital issue, also …

Writing about Europe, a boring story?

April 15, 2011 – 12:44 |

The only bor­ing thing about cov­er­ing Euro­pean affairs is the recur­rent cliché that states that Euro­pean affairs are tedious!
The argu­ment was once again dis­cussed in the frame­work of the Inter­na­tional Jour­nal­ism Fes­ti­val in Peru­gia (Italy). The …

Brusselsleaks: Can we live in an open society?

March 9, 2011 – 15:30 |

UK/US fears over Brus­sels’ chal­lenge to Anglo-Saxon model of mar­kets.” This is Brus­sel­sleaks’ first leak pub­lished in the late Feb­ru­ary. But it is in fact “a mir­ror from [Wik­ileaks] Cable­leaks”, said Brus­sel­sleaks spokesper­son “[it] also …

TV politically neutral?">Is Europarl TV politically neutral?

March 7, 2011 – 16:38 |

The EuroparlTV edi­to­r­ial char­ter states: “The chan­nel shall ensure that the plu­ral­ity of opin­ion in the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment is reflected, with due respect to the rel­a­tive strengths of the polit­i­cal groups, in accor­dance with a neutral, …

Why do they leave Brussels?

February 25, 2011 – 10:18 |

What a para­dox! The Euro­pean Union, treaty after treaty, is always more pow­er­ful, influ­enc­ing more and more local poli­cies inside the dif­fer­ent Euro­pean states. 500 mil­lions cit­i­zens’ lifestyle depends on the Euro­pean Union.
We then expect infor­ma­tion to …