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Debating the Future of Europe
organised by the European Journalism Centre, Maastricht

Supported by: At the initiative of the European Commission and the European Parliament. The financial support is assured by the European Commission. The EJC is responsible for the implementation of the seminar programme.

The EJC is organising an extensive programme of seminars focusing on debating the Future of Europe. The seminars will give journalists background information, the latest news and ideas on how to cover questions related to the new EU priorities and hot issues.

Seminars will cover key current debates during the UK Presidency of the EU, anticipating the Austrian Presidency, as well as explaining the background to the new enlarged Europe.

The following seminars will be organised:

October 17-19 Justice, Freedom and Security (English)
November 07-10 Sustainable Agriculture and Environment policies (English)
November 28-30 Services and Internal Market (English)
December 05-07 The Budget and the Financial perspectives (English)

The seminars are open to journalists from the 25 current and new member states, plus the candidate countries Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and Turkey.

The programme is organised at the initiative of the European Commission and European Parliament. The financial support is assured by the European Commission. The EJC is responsible for the implementation of the seminar programme.

Journalists can present their candidature by sending a letter explaining their interest in the seminars, a reference from the editor and a curriculum vitae to the EJC secretariat This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it .

Candidates must indicate the date and subject of the seminar they wish to attend. You can sign up to the seminars as long as there are free spaces. If a seminar is full, EJC will inform you and keep your contact details for future reference and seminar programmes.
 
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