Agora for Journalism

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European Agora for Journalism 2024
After the success of the 1st edition in 2022, the NGO Journalism & Citizenship and the IHECS are pleased to announce the second edition of the European Agora for Journalism in Brussels. For three days – On November …

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Since 2018, the International Agora for Journalism in Tunis has brought together journalists from both sides of the Mediterranean, creating a unique forum to promote freedom of expression and the quality of information. Last year, nearly 800 information …

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It is with great sadness that we learned of the death of Lebanese journalist Gisèle Khoury, who worked for Lebanese, pan-Arab television and for the BBC and who was the founding president of the Samir Kassir Foundation. The …

Disappearance of Lebanese journalist Gisèle Khoury: a committed woman who devoted her life to journalism and the defense of freedom of expression Read More »

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You can submit your proposal for the 3rd edition of the Agora for Journalism in Tunis (#AJTunis) before June 30th, 2023.
17 nominees, 4 winners… Here are the winners of the 2023 Agora for Journalism Awards. The ceremony was hosted by journalists and Les Jours co-founders Isabelle Roberts and Raphaël Garrigos. GRAND PRIZE FOR JOURNALISM MICHÈLE LÉRIDON 2023 The …

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Press release EN Version / NL Version From November 23 to 25, Brussels will host the first European Journalism Symposium under the theme “Being a journalist in Europe”. Co-organized by theIHECS and the French association Journalisme & Citoyenneté, the event …

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