Convocatoria de propuestas 2021/CE/16-BAT-002. Preparación e implementación de un curso sobre la Unión Europea: Política de cohesión en las escuelas de periodismo. Plazo de presentación de las candidaturas: 24 de agosto de 2021 | W3 Comisión Europea. DG Política Regional, 28.4.2021
La Comisión presenta hoy la 5ª edición del concurso Youth4Regions para estudiantes de periodismo y jóvenes periodistas. Podrán concursar participantes procedentes de los Estados miembros de la UE, los países vecinos y los países candidatos a la adhesión. Se seleccionará a 33 candidatos para participar en el programa Youth4Regions. Los ganadores se reunirán en Bruselas durante la Semana Europea de las Regiones y Ciudades para seguir cursos de formación, asistir a sesiones de tutoría profesional con periodistas experimentados y visitar las instituciones de la UE y las delegaciones de varios medios de comunicación. Los jóvenes aspirantes a periodista participarán también en el Premio Megalizzi — Niedzielski para jóvenes periodistas, que se concederá el 12 de octubre. El formulario de solicitud y las bases del concurso están disponibles en la página web del programa hasta el 12 de julio. Youth4Regions es un programa de la Comisión que ayuda a estudiantes de periodismo y a jóvenes periodistas a descubrir lo que hace la UE para reforzar la cohesión económica y social, reduciendo las disparidades en el nivel de desarrollo entre las regiones de la UE. El programa Youth4Regions ha prestado apoyo a casi 100 personas de toda Europa desde su fundación en 2017. [+]
Developed by the media and for the media, and co-funded by the EU, Stars4Media is supporting collaborative initiatives developed by at least two media organisations from two different EU countries. These initiatives should contribute to innovation in new editorial products and formats, emerging technologies or other innovations at the organisational level. Stars4Media Second Edition is the continuation of the first European training programme for media professionals to accelerate innovation and cross-border cooperation.
Participants are media professionals (mainly young “rising stars”, plus their optional senior mentors), either acting from within a media organisation or as freelancers, collaborating around an innovative idea: a Stars4Media ‘initiative’. Stars4Media ‘initiatives’ and teams must involve a mix of different media profiles: reporters, data journalists, graphic designers, web developers, social media managers, user experience and marketing specialists, data and AI experts, etc.
Stars4Media ‘Initiatives’ are innovative ideas developed during 4 months by small cross-border and cross-disciplinary teams of media professionals, focusing on one of the three thematic waves: Journalism, Trust and Participation. Media Technology and Marketing. Other Innovations.
If you choose to submit directly a well-developed Proposal for Initiative, there are two deadlines: May 1st 2021, or July 1st 2021. Applicants who will submit by 1st of May will have the opportunity to pitch their idea at the Stars4Media Lab event on June 1st and receive further coaching. One can submit a Proposal just for the July 1st deadline but we encourage early submissions. [+]
The journalistic project Toi d'Europe created in 2017 by two french girls: Mathilde is a Consultante and Sophie is a Journalist. We went already inside 23 EU countries to interview young citizens to know their expectations for the future of the EU. We interviewed more than 300 citizens between 18 - 35 years old. The goal of this voluntary project is a documentary and a web-documentary. The documentary - Toi d'Europe, What do you think of the European Union of Tomorrow? shown the last year in different European cities. We have a website where we are doing article and a Youtube channel (we are doing one video by country because we want to inform about each EU country).
We are beginning a new step on our project Toi d'Europe ! We are currently working on a new video series : Covid19 crisis viewed by young Europeans. We want to interview young citizens from the EU in order to understand the situation of the covid19 in all the European countries, what they think about the reaction of the EU and the future of the union after this crisis. All the interviews will be done by skype. [+]
Commission study on remuneration of authors of books and scientific journals, translators, journalists and visual artists for the use of their works
European Commission, 30 septembre 2016
A new EU study looks at the remuneration paid to authors in the print sector in ten EU countries (United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Poland, Ireland, the Netherlands, Hungary and Denmark). The study was conducted to support policy-making in the area of copyright. The Commission is looking for evidence on whether, and to what extent, the differences that exist amongst the Member States' legislative frameworks affect levels of remuneration and the functioning of the internal market.
This study is a follow up to the study on the remuneration of authors in the music and audio-visual sector which was published in July 2015. The issue of authors' remuneration, and more broadly the copyright contracts establishing this remuneration, is largely governed by national laws of the Member States. The fair remuneration of individual creators – authors and performers – is part of the Commission's Digital Single Market Strategy. [+]