• 07 Diciembre 2013
  • Brussels
  • Venue :
    IHECS communication school
    Salle Velge
    Rue de l’Etuve 58-60
    1000 Brussels

  • European Seminar
  • What Journalism for Another Europe?

  • Association Culturelle Joseph Jacquemotte (ACJJ) in partnership with transfom! and the participation of European pole of IHECS invite you to a European seminar.

    Access to information has never been easier than today. With internet and social media, the European citizen can access to a large amount of information on the European Union and communicate directly with the institutions.

    Paradoxically, the gap continues to widen between the European institutions and citizens. The democratic deficit in the EU seems amplified by a lack of information regarding the issues of European power. This gap is highly detrimental for citizens because a large part of the social, political and economic issues are decided at the European level.

    On this basis, the objective of this seminar is to share different experiences of journalism and different national perspectives on the European information to identify leads on how the media can:

    • put into perspective the European decisions with local and national issues;
    • give citizens the key reading for understanding European political issues;
    • engaging citizens knowingly in a European public debate

     

      Registration is requested before 5 December 2013

      Mail : acjj@skynet.be

      Sms : 0473 496 779

      Info: http://www.acjj.be/activites/agenda/quel-journalisme-pour-une-autre.html 

       


    Programme

    Saturday, 7 December 2013, 9.00-16.30

     

    8.30: Welcome

    9.00-10.00: Introduction

    • «Europe, largely absent»: Panorama of the european information in the mainstream medias - Lorenzo Consoli, european journalist, former président of AIP
    • Pluralism of media in Europe - Esther Durin, coordinator of the European pole IHECS communications school
    • European journalism in everyday life: the case of Greece under the limited sovereignty by the Troika - Maria Aroni, greek journalist Brussels correspondent for EU Athens News Agency and ANT1 TV
    • Moderation: Laura Leprêtre, cultural animator for ACJJ

    10.00-10.15: Coffee break

    10.15-13.15 : Sharing for another journalism

    10.15-12.15 : Round table: What type of media to meet the challenges of European citizens’ information? 

    • General media: Griselda Pastor, Spanish journalist, Brussels correspondent for radio Cadena SER
    • Cooperative media: Andres Perez, cooperative agency Sanchopanza
    • Alternative Media: Gérard de Selys, journalist, creator of Indymedia
    • Internet Media: Ben Berges, for the website Indignez-vous !
    • Blogger: Jean-Sébastien Lefebvre, european journalist
    • Moderation: Esther Durin, coordinator of the European pole IHECS communications school

    12.30-13.15: Debate/questions with the public

    13.15-14.00: Lunch

    14.00-16.00: European elections, how to create a real debate among citizens?

    • Solange Hélin, press officer group  S&D at the European Parliament
    • Myriam Djegham, Comité Action Europe
    • David Lundy, press officer group  GUE/NGL at the European Parliament
    • Mikael Carpelan,  independant journalist
    • Moderation: Maxime Paquay, journalist radio RTBF

    16.10: Conclusion

    • Jean Lemaître, european journalist and director of the European pole IHECS communications school

    16.20: Evaluation

    • Laura Leprêtre, cultural animator for ACJJ