MULTIKULTI on the ground - write for us from Strasbourg - 24-27 May 2012 (now closed)
Editor in charge/Jacopo Franchifirstname.lastname@example.org 10 cities, 10 special city editions of feature reports, 10 local debates: We're continuing our series of monthly reporting missions to a different city in our Europe-wide network, this year with a special focus on multiculturalism in Europe. You can read the articles our citizen journalists have produced already here.
Step 1: what’s it about
WHAT IS IT: In 2011 we launch our monthly editorial series - ‘MULTIKULTI on the ground’ - which aims to raise consciousness on the issue of multiculturalism and variety of cultures in Europe.
TO DO WHAT: Valorising local, young projects, ideas, stories, initiatives and angles that have emerged from multicultural preoccupations. Be ‘on the ground’ and make us feel you’ve been hanging out and working in Strasbourg. Be rather “gonzo” than “institutional”. Spend time with locals, describe what you saw/ felt/ learned from them. Be critical - ‘MULTIKULTI’ isn’t an ideology for cafebabel.com!
''Strasbourg by night: (cc) vidame/flickr''
Step 2: recruiting you
WANTED: We need three journalists (written or video) and one photographer to join this mission - writing on aforesaid offbeat, MULTIKULTI-related topics with the support of our local host team. You'll also attend a local debate held by the cafebabel.com local team in Strasbourg so we can make some noise whilst we are in town.
It’s your proposals that will get you noticed for this mission: so be creative, do some research before applying, flog your idea donkeys to me.
Step 3: you on MULTIKULTI on the ground
: Book your own flights/ trains to : up to is reimbursed by cafebabel.com upon return from the trip. Other travel and food expenses are reimbursed for up to every day (receipts and boarding passes needed for everything!). The team is hosted by the warm locals in or at a hostel.
LOGISTICSStrasbourg250 Euros25 EurosStrasbourg: The editors and the team in Strasbourg (read the cityblog ) will help and assist you define your angle/ article before the trip.
EDITORIALstrasbourg.cafebabel.com: it’s up to you to do research before leaving for the project, to find interesting interviewees and ideas 'on the ground'. The written piece is due in , when the relevant linguistic editor from the central office will edit your piece, which will be translated by our volunteer networks, and then published in languages within the following month.
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Step 4: Apply !- with your , three-line MULTIKULTI , link with the and crisis of multiculturalism in Europe, ideas of ... We look forward to eating them up!
CVarticle proposalsnews interviewees: 3 May 2012 - apply to Jacopo Franchi, email@example.com