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Dataharvest/EIJC, the European Investigative Journalism Conference organised by Journalismfund.eu takes place in Mechelen, Belgium, from Friday 3 until Sunday morning 5 June 2016.  Find the preliminary programme at http://journalismfund.eu/EIJC16/programme.  More information and registration via www.dataharvest.eu. Hashtag #EIJC16.

The conference website is now ready and contains a lot of useful information about the hotels, venues and programme.
Don't forget to register!

Our EJTA office will be closed from 24 March until 11 April (Easter Holidays).

A co-organisation by Istanbul University, Anadolu University and University of Texas at Austin. 
Website of the conference: http://www.cimsymposium.org
 

Our Georgian colleagues will launch the AGM and Conference website within the next few weeks.  The website will contain information about the programme, available hotels and a registration page.  We are also proud to already announce our next conference venues (2016 & 2017): France, Germany and Russia.

Organised by Artevelde Hogeschool Gent, Belgium.

Please vist the congress website for more information and registration.

Our teachers' conference will take place in Paris on 27 and 28 October 2016.
 

WJEC-4 Ignite: Get ready to share your innovative best teaching practices at the fourth World Journalism Education Congress in New Zealand…

At WJEC-4 we’re seeking the most innovative teaching ideas….so we present “WJEC-4 Ignite” – where you can share your best classroom project/exercise/ideas.  Following the traditional “ignite” format, presenters get 5 minutes and 20 slides to share their passionate teaching idea.  The ten best “ignite” ideas will be selected to make their presentations “live” at WJEC-4.  Click here  for more information.
Deadline: Wednesday, February 17
 
Contact person: Heather Birks, Executive Director Broadcast Education Association

The World Journalism Education Congress announces a call for proposals to host the 5th World Journalism Education Congress to be held in 2019.  This fifth Congress will follow those in Singapore (2007), Grahamstown, South Africa (2010), Mechelen, Belgium (2013)  and Auckland, New Zealand (2016).  The congresses are held under the auspices of the World Journalism Education Council, which is an informal coalition of 32 academic organizations involved wholly or partly in journalism education that is dedicated to advancing the field by sponsoring congresses, conducting a global census and producing scholarship (wjec.ou.edu).

Proposals to host the 5th World Journalism Education Congress in 2016 should meet the following criteria:

1.    Bids should be endorsed by a WJEC-affiliated organization in the host country.
2.    The WJEC may be held in conjunction with an existing academic or professional conference in the host country.
3.    Applicants must show their capability to organize a multi-faceted academic meeting.
4.    Financial responsibility for conducting a WJEC congress will lie with the host institution with revenue to be generated by delegate registration, sponsorships, and grants.
5.    The registration fee will be negotiated between WJEC and the host institution/organization.  Preference will be given to proposals that contain plans for reduced registration for delegates from developing countries and sponsorship to support delegates from developing countries.
6.    Proposals should include a detailed budget for a three-day congress with revenue and expense projections and contain a letter of commitment from the head of the host institution/organization.
7.    Proposals should include a description of transportation options to/from the venue, accommodation options and cultural/tourism opportunities.
8.    The three-day program format for the Congress should include the following:    
A.    Plenaries
B.    Panels
C.    Paper Presentations
D.    Small Group Syndicates
9.    WJEC will share responsibility for organizing and running the academic paper competition, the competition for panel proposals and the scheduling of syndicates.
10.    WJEC and the local organizing committee will negotiate the dates for the congress.
11.    Proposals should assume that meetings and presentations will be conducted mainly in English.  Preference will be given to proposals that provide for simultaneous translation of major sessions into other languages.

Deadline for proposals is May 31, 2016.  Proposals should be sent electronically in PDF format to Joe Foote at .  Finalists will be expected to make a presentation at the Council meeting to be held on July 13 in Auckland.

 

Applications for the FEJS Annual Congress 2016 are open now!
You can find further details here.

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