24 October 2015: Thanks to participants – alumni and current students, former and present staff, organizers – for making the 25 years celebration a good event.
See you all!
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The event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/787111518072560/
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Dear Europe in the World and European Masters alumni,
Letter of April 2015: We look forward to hopefully seeing you for the 25 years celebrations of the Europe in the World programme in Utrecht Friday 23 October 2015. Please see the draft programme below, and keep an eye on www.europeintheworld.com .
We need your help to spread the word, and also to propose alumni for the activities in the programme; either yourself or some other of the alumni. The activities are the presentations in the morning and the workshops in the afternoon. We look forward to getting your registration and proposals before 1 June 2015.
Please send your registration and proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org, and transfer the payment of 30 euro to Danish School of Media and Journalism.
Bank transfer from Danish participants:
Danske Bank, reg 0216, konto nummer 4069 1456 20
Bank transfer from International participants:
IBAN: DK29 0216 4069 1456 20
Warm wishes from the Utrecht/Aarhus planning group
Anna & Carien & Marianne & Asbjørn & Inger
as per May 2015: Europe in the World 1990-2015 Changing Perspectives in Reporting Europe Celebrations Friday 23 October 2015 at Faculty of Communication and Journalism at Hogeschool UtrechtParticipants: Students and staff who have worked with the Europe in the World and the European Masters in Journalism Programmes
Thursday 22 October
16:00-18:00 Registration and drinks for EitW alumni and alumni of the European Masters in Journalism. The EitW 2015-16 group makes interviews to be launched on thewww.europeintheworld.com
Friday 23 October
8:30 Registration (continued) 09:30 Welcome and Opening
10:00 Europe in the World past and future perspectives – from Denmark to Paris to ? by Professor Hans-Henrik Holm Danish School of Media and Journalism
11:45 Asia-Pacific Perspective in Reporting Europe by Professor Libby Lester, University of Tasmania
11:45 Changing Perspectives in Reporting Europe’, Three alumni show what reporting Europe entails today in their countries, how it has changed, and future challenges.
12:45 Lunch starting with Official opening of Camille Lepage photo exhibition. Speaker EitW classmate of Camille
14:00 Inspiration workshops* based on input from alumni. Alumni are asked to contribute with themes, and the planning group of the event decides who are going to do the workshops with due respect to spread in geography, alumni year and occupation.
15:00 Coffee/tea, changing workshops
15:30 Inspiration workshops to be continued
16:30 Wrap up by Asbjørn Slot Jørgensen and selected alumni
17:00 Reception and drinks
21:00 Reunion party and dance somewhere in town
* For the workshops our idea is that participants choose two workshops of one hour each. You can choose one workshop before and one after the coffee break. Everybody knows what the topics are and alumni can exchange amongst each other afterwards and link up later or at the party if they also want to know about the other workshops.