EJTA welcomes Ukrainian consortium as a member

1 December 2021 – At the online Annual General Meeting (December 9th, 2021) EJTA’s members unanimously accepted the membership of the Ukrainian Forum for Educators in Media and Journalism (UFEMJ). UFEMJ is a consortium of ten Ukrainian universities that have a journalism department. This consortium has recently been established in the context of the Erasmus+…

The Evens Foundation Prize for Education is dedicated to critical thinking as a practice of freedom

1 October 2019 – For the 2020 edition, the Evens Foundation is looking for inspiration and new ideas to foster the motivation and abilities to think critically about social questions.  The call is open to a broad variety of practices implemented in institutional and non-institutional spaces by teachers, scholars, students, educators, youth workers, artists, civil…

Six new member schools for EJTA in 2016

1 May 2016 – The European Journalism Training Association (ETJA) warmly welcomes 6 new member schools to our network: Université de Neuchâtel, FranceTechnische Universität Dortmund, GermanyInstitut für Journalismus & Medienmanagement, FHWien – AustriaUniversity of St Mark & St John, Plymouth – UKSouth Ural State University, RussiaPompey Fabra University, Barcelona – Spain

Windesheim’s School of Journalism includes Constructive Journalism into its curriculum

1 December 2015 – Windesheim’s School of Journalism in the Netherlands is the first international School of Journalism in the world to integrate Constructive Journalism into its curriculum, research and international partnerships. As part of this initiative, Cathrine Gyldensted, a leading Danish journalist and originator of this new form of journalism, has accepted the position…

Evert van Voorst (1932 – 2017)

19 June 2015 – The European Journalism Training Association (EJTA) is deeply shocked to hear that Evert van Voorst from Windesheim University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands passed away after a long illness. Evert played an active role during many of our VNOJ and EJTA meetings and is known to us as a didicated…