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Fellows Start Blogging

Fellows Start Blogging

Research on aspects of Balkan mobility, conducted by ten journalists participating in the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence, can be tracked via a new blog section on the programme’s website. As the fellows report at home and abroad, they are to write about their experiences and impressions on their individual pages, posting also photographs and short films. Journalists interested in applying in future years for the Fellowship should find these accounts particularly interesting and informative.

First Fellowship Seminar Concluded in Vienna

First Fellowship Seminar Concluded in Vienna

The first seminar for ten journalists selected for 2007’s Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence was held from 27-31 May in Vienna.

Vienna Hosts First Fellowship Seminar

Vienna Hosts First Fellowship Seminar

Ten journalists selected for 2007’s Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence will be introduced to the programme next week at a seminar in Vienna. The event, organised by the Erste Foundation and hosted by the Fellowship’s Austrian media partner, Der Standard, runs from 27-31 May.

Fellowships Awarded to 10 Balkan Journalists

Fellowships Awarded to 10 Balkan Journalists

The Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence was awarded on May 14 to ten journalists from around Southeast Europe, following their selection from over 80 applications received.

Fellowship Gets German and Austrian Media Partners

Fellowship Gets German and Austrian Media Partners

Journalists selected to participate in the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence will benefit from the involvement of two leading European newspapers in the programme.

Fellowship Selection Committee Appointed

Fellowship Selection Committee Appointed

A committee has been appointed to judge applications for the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence and select up to ten journalists to participate in the 2007 programme. Later this year, based on the results of fellows’ research and reporting activities, it will make one journalist a special award to allow further professional development.

Fellowship Selection Committee to Judge Applications

Fellowship Selection Committee to Judge Applications

Following the close on April 27 of the 2007 call for applications to the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence, its selection committee is set to choose up to ten journalists to participate in this year’s programme.

BIRN to Run New Balkan Journalism Fellowship

BIRN to Run New Balkan Journalism Fellowship

A new fellowship programme for young journalists in the Balkans was launched on 19 March 2007, giving ten reporters annually the chance to research in-depth articles for a special publication. The Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence is an initiative of the the Robert Bosch Stiftung and ERSTE Foundation, which will be run in cooperation with BIRN.

BIRN Doc Screened in Washington DC

BIRN Doc Screened in Washington DC

The BIRN documentary “Kosovo: Does Anyone Have a Plan?” was screened at the US Institute for Peace in Washington DC on October 27.

BIRN Documentary screened at Columbia University

BIRN Documentary screened at Columbia University

The TV documentary Does Anyone Have a Plan, produced by BIRN, was screened at the Harriman Institute at Columbia University in New York on October 23.

"Does anyone have a plan?" at The Red House in Sofia

“Does anyone have a plan?” at The Red House in Sofia

A dedicated group of journalists and intellectuals attended the premiere of the documentary film “Does Anyone Have a Plan?” at the Red House in Sofia on Friday night.

"Does Anyone Have a Plan" Premieres in Skopje, Macedonia

“Does Anyone Have a Plan” Premieres in Skopje, Macedonia

More than 400 guests attended the Skopje premiere of the documentary film “Does Anyone Have a Plan” at the Cinema Millennium on Monday, January 30.

Balkan premiere of BIRN documentary in Belgrade

Balkan premiere of BIRN documentary in Belgrade

The documentary, Does Anyone Have a Plan?, premiered in the Balkans on January 25 in Dvorana Kulturnog Centra Cinema in Belgrade.

Does Anyone Have a Plan? Premieres in Bucharest, Romania

Does Anyone Have a Plan? Premieres in Bucharest, Romania

A dedicated audience of 40 attended the Bucharest premiere of BIRN’s documentary film “Does Anyone Have a Plan?” at the Center for Independent Journalism on February 8.

Does Anyone Have a Plan? Premieres in Skopje, Macedonia

Does Anyone Have a Plan? Premieres in Skopje, Macedonia

More than 400 guests attended the Skopje premiere of the documentary film, Does Anyone Have a Plan?, at the Cinema Millennium on January 30.

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