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We have developed ejcseminars.eu as a registration tool for journalists wishing to attend high-quality information briefings about a wide range of European affairs.

This site features up-to-date news about upcoming seminars organised by the European Journalism Centre and allows you to:

  • create your personal profile on-line
  • sign-up for latest briefing opportunities

Upcoming events

New events to be announced soon.

Re-launching the social dialogue

04 March - 05 March, Brussels, Belgium

The European Journalism Centre, in co-operation with the European Commission's DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, invites 36 journalists from the EU28 to follow a special…

In cooperation with the Directorate General Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations of the European Commission, the European Journalism Centre (EJC), organises the seminar "EU Enlargement…

EU Enlargement and Public Administration Reform in Poland

22 April - 25 April, Warsaw, Poland

In cooperation with the Directorate General Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations of the European Commission, the European Journalism Centre, invites 14 journalists from Albania,…

On behalf of the European Commission's Directorate General for Health and Food Safety, the European Journalism Centre organises a two-day media seminar on the occasion of the EXPO…

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Journalists' comments

Sacha Kester - de Volkskrant - The Netherlands :

"The seminar in Brussels/Baku was very useful for me: it gives the opportunity to become more familiar with a certain subject (in my case transport and energy) and meet some of the most important players in this field. Furthermore, these players feel quite free to express themselves: sometimes on and sometimes off-the-record. This does not only leave you with more insight, but also with a network that has proven to be very useful."


Merikallio Katri - Kuvalehdet - Finland :

"It certainly helped to get better sources of information for the coming years and for my work. EU structures are often complicated and difficult to understand and what easily happens is that when you don?t know about it, you skip it and use second-hand sources. Yet the EU is such a big player - also in the aid business - that it should not be discarded."


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