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Inter University Center, Dubrovnik, 15-20 April 2018

Is journalism in crisis?  The digital environment presents one of the challenges for journalism as a profession and practice, but also as an institution which had a key role for the development of modern society and liberal democracy. How are the challenges to journalism shaped in different media systems? How is journalism changing in different parts of the world in answer to the challenges?



The Open University of Cyprus would like to announce the call for papers for the forthcoming international conference entitled "Media, Polis, Agora: Journalism & Communication in the Digital Era". The conference is organized by the Advanced Media Institute, the MA "Communication and New Journalism" Program of Open University of Cyprus and the Laboratoire d' Études et de Recherches Appliquées en Sciences Socialesof of  L'  Université Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier and will take place in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Deadline: 10 April 2018.
For more information please visit the website.

The Teachers’ Conference 2018 will be held in Thessaloniki, Greece, on October 18 & 19. The colleagues of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki are working on the programme. The theme of the conference will be announced at the beginning of 2018.

All EJTA-members (100%) will participate in the Research project on ‘Journalistic Roles, Values and Qualifications in the 21st century; how journalism educators in Europe view the future of a profession in transition.’ In the second week of January 2018 the link to an online questionnaire will be sent to 78 contact persons in 28 European countries. The major outcomes of this study will be presented at the 5th World Journalism Education Congress in Paris, July 9-11 2019.

Organised by EJTA-member European Journalism Centre, and powered by the Google News Lab, this one-day free-to-join media event will look back on 2017; a year in which the relationship between politics and journalism changed forever. Under the theme A Year is a Long Time in Politics, the event will explore the questions: How did global political upheaval shape the way journalists covered the news? And how have evolving political, investigative and data journalism practices changed the face of politics? What will 2018 bring?

Registration is free and works under a first-come, first-served base: News Impact Summit website.  The event takes place on Monday 4th December.

News Impact Summit is a media innovation events series that brings together international media experts with local news communities to focus on how new technology, tools and methods are changing the way journalists work in the newsroom.


19-24 April 2018: Krakow (Annual Conference) ; autumn 2018: Zürich (General Assembly) ; spring 2019: Zwolle (Annual Conference)

More information will be published on FEJS' website and facebook page.


Application deadline is February 28, 2018 (December 15, 2017 for the scholarship of the Study Foundation of the Berlin House of Representatives).

The application for the scholarships is open to experienced professional journalists with knowledge of German language from Eastern and Western Europe, Russia, the US and the Arab world.
Theyoffer three different scholarships: 8-9 EJF-Scholarship, one EJO-Fellowship and the Scholarship of the Study Foundation of the Berlin House of Representatives. You can apply for all three different scholarships simultaneously.

Journalists interested in the programme should apply directly to the European Journalism-Fellowships Programme in Berlin.

Please visit the conference website to submit your abstract and register before 25 July !  Do not forget to start your VISA application procedure simultaniously - if applicable.



Tom Law from the Ethical Journalism Network wants to share the Ethics in the news report with the EJTA membership.

Department of Journalism and Mass Media Communications, Deutche Welle Academie, and Beijing University of Foreign Studies are happy to announce the joint Summer School on “International Journalism and media organizations in a turbulent age: European and Asian Perspectives” which will take place from 16th to 23d of July 2017 in Thessaloniki Greece. The Summer School will focus on the opportunities and challenges for reporting Asia and Europe, in times of an ever-changing digital world.

For further information and the application form, please visit the summer school website.