INVITATION TO DEBATE: Youth and the MEDIA - Lost GENERAtion?" WITH GUEST SPEAKER GEORGE TZOGOPOULOS
On Thursday the 20th of March 2014, cafébabel will organize a discussion on the interactions between youth and media in the framework of the seminar called "Shake up Europe”, in Nice.
We still have a few seats for you!
WHAT IS SHAKE UP EUROPE?
Shake up Europe is a seminar gathering 40 participants from all over Europe, in Nice, from the 19th to the 23rd of March. All participants of Shake up Europe are involved in citizen journalism projects. They are coming from cafébabel European network and from partner organisations such as Youth4media, Young European federalists, Nisimasa or the European Youth Parliament.
Here is further information about the seminar (French).
AN OPEN DISCUSSION
The discussion will be a privileged moment for participants to take some distance about their work and to have thoughtful discussions about the issue of press freedom, censorship, the recognition of youth in traditional media and how they see social media is changing the way people are being informed.
We have the great pleasure to welcome George Tzogopoulos, Research Fellow at ELIAMEP and author of “The Greek Crisis in the Media”, who will react to the discussion and provide his vision on the relations between youth and the media today in Europe
DO YOU WANT TO JOIN US?
The discussion will be held in English Thursday 20 from 16:30 to 18:30 and will be moderated by Mana Livardjani, President of Babel International.
The event will take place in room 1B12 at the
Pôle Universitaire St. Jean d'Angely I
Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis
24, Avenue des Diables Bleus
06357 Nice Cedex 04
Nothing is simpler. Register here.
We have only 20 free seats. So, we will apply the following rule: First registered, first served.
Please contact Amandine at firstname.lastname@example.org
This discussion and the Shake up seminar is organised in partnership with the Centre International de Formation Européenne (CIFE - www.ie-ei.eu), Nisi Masa, European Youth Press, Youth4Media, European Youth Parliament and the Jeunes Européens –France, avec le soutien du programme Jeunesse en Action de la Commission européenne et de la Fondation Leopold Mayer pour le progrès de l'homme.