We are very excited to announce that the next FEJS event will be held in Helsinki, Finland! So mark the dates on your calendar, because the Annual Congress will be held from the 10th until the 15th of April! Applications … Read More
Happy New Year from the FEJS Executive Board! We’re happy that FEJS is fully active again after the successful events in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and Marseille, France. Once again, we want to thank the Organising Committees for their hard work. With … Read More
We publish a report about reasons to go to Estonia and Baltic Film and Media School there.
We publish a report about the 30th Anniversary dinner during GA in Riga 2016.
We publish a report about the Lecture by Nika Aleksejeva during GA in Riga 2016.
We publish a report about the Lecture by Marta Cerava during GA in Riga 2016.
Dear, there are still a few places available to apply for this year’s General Assembly in Riga, Latvia. Allthough the majority of participants have already been accepted, the deadline for applying has been prolonged until the 8th of August. You … Read More
Dear Veterans, as you probably know the upcoming GA is going to take place in Riga from 22nd to 26th of September. As it is the 30th anniversary of FEJS the EB, OC and Sec hereby invites you to also … Read More
Listen to the podcast on our Annual Congress in Torino prepared by Chaitanya Brady.
“You, journalists, have some problems to solve”, Christopher Cepernich said at the FEJS Annual Congress in Turin. During his lecture, the Italian sociologist claimed how new technologies are shaping this change. More and more, people can easily write about what they see … Read More
Following the end of his lecture during the FEJS Annual Congress 2016, we had the chance to have a quick interview with journalist Alessandro Cappai, during which we asked him some questions not only on the subject he had covered in his … Read More
1. You will meet a lot of new people from many different countries, who surely becomes your friends. 2. Each congress takes place in a different country, so you will see many parts of Europe. 3. You will learn a … Read More
My attention was captured by an expression: „from news to experience”. Federico Badaloni, responsible for the Information architecture department at„ Gruppo editorial L’Espresso” started to explain the terminology. To figure out what information architecture actually means, we modified the definition … Read More
If you think that YouTube suits only funny ridiculous videos, music clips and unprofessional bloggers, you are wrong and almost behind the times. Nowadays it is the second most popular search engine after Google. Vladimir Khodakowsky from Russian Media Group … Read More
Last week Italian city of Turin hosted a hundred journalists squad from 21 countries. For almost a week the internationals surfed between lectures, presentations, talks and workshops, expressing their views and sharing the ideas about future and present of journalism, … Read More
Making Media and Innovative Journalism The Forum for European Journalism Students together with the “Associazione Allievi del Master in Giornalismo ‘Giorgio Bocca” kindly invite you to the 2016 Annual Congress (AC) in Turin, Italy, which will take place from 14th to … Read More
Vanja Vodenik (Slovenia) and Ilze Nartiše (Latvia) represented FEJS at the Annual Teachers’ Conference of EJTA (European Journalism Training Association), which was held from 5th to 6th of November in Milan, Italy. The topic of the conference was Narrative Journalism … Read More
Three members of the FEJS Executive board and three members of the FEJS Secretariat attended the Annual General Meeting of our partner organisation EJTA in Brussels. EJTA stands for European Journalism Training Association and we both agree this makes our … Read More
How did you get to know the FEJS Association? I was a member of a group in my university whose aim was to analyze how minorities where depicted in media. That year’s FEJS AC was about minorities and media, so … Read More
Are you interested in investigative journalism? The topic is alive, maybe more than ever through the cases of the recent Whistleblowing, which have a huge public interest. Find below some useful data you might missed. In general there are three … Read More
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