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Online-Seminar

Adenauer Media Online-Training

Online Seminar

The KAS Media Programme South East Europe invites journalists to the fourth edition of its "Adenauer Media Online Training".

Online-Seminar

Successfully mastering press conferences and (online) interviews

Workshop with the German policy adviser and communication trainer Robert Hein

Online-Seminar

(Digital) Networking for communication professionals

Workshop with the German policy adviser and communication trainer Robert Hein

Discussion

Attitudes of Bulgarian citizens on topics related to the media

Survey Presentation and Online Discussion

Discussion

China's Rising Media Presence in South East Europe

Online discussion

Online-Seminar

Digital Winter School

For joung students from Romania

Organisers are Funky Citizens and Buletin de București, in cooperation with KAS Media Programme South East Europe.

Online-Seminar

Adenauer Media Online Training

Online Seminar

The KAS Media Programme South East Europe invites journalists to the third edition of its "Adenauer Media Online Training".

Expert conference

XIV. South East Europe Media Forum

(SEEMF)

The KAS Media Programme South East Europe invites media executives and journalists to the first online South East Europe Media Forum (SEEMF). Co-hosts are the South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO) and the Central European Initiative (CEI).

Workshop

Adenauer Media Online Training

Online-Seminar

The KAS Media Programme South East Europe invites journalists to the second edition of its "Adenauer Media Online Training".

Seminar

Media Incubator

Intercultural Seminar for Journalists

The seminar “Media Incubator” is organised by the Media Programme South East Europe of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in cooperation with Goethe-Institute Bulgaria and the NGO „Trust for Social Achievement”. This initiative aims at expanding the knowledge of the participants on different journalistic topics and wants to provide a platform for intercultural dialogue.

Antidotes against fake news: education and quality journalism

Experts from South East Europe, Germany, Russia and Ukraine discuss fake news, disinformation and security in Sofia

Large majority of Bulgarians deplore fake news

72 percent of Bulgarians notice fake news in the national media, according to a representative survey commissioned by the Media Program South East Europe of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS). Only 13 percent of the citizens don’t know what fake news are. In general Bulgarians get their information on politics through TV (91 percent). Online and print media follow with a big gap. National security was another topic of the survey: Bulgarians place trust in the EU in this matter, followed by NATO. In general people trust the EU more than Russia.

Quality journalism in insecure times

KAS panel at IPI World Congress

A KAS panel discussion on quality journalism and alternative media concepts took place on 19 May 2017 during the IPI World Congress in Hamburg, organised by the International Press Institute (IPI).

Debate in Leipzig: Reforms in journalism education

For the fourth time, the KAS Media Program South East Europe has cooperated with the "Medientage Mitteldeutschland" (MTM) conference. With its 40 panels and almost 200 speakers it is one of the biggest German media events. This year, MTM took place from 2nd to 4th May in Leipzig.

Media experts from South East European NGOs visit Berlin

International partners of KAS debate current developments in journalism and politics with German experts

PRO.PR conference: KAS contribution on EU public diplomacy

For the second time, the KAS Media Program South East Europe was part of the agenda of the biggest international PR conference in the region, PRO.PR. The event took place from 7th to 9th April in Tuheljske Toplice (Croatia). PRO.PR has been organised since 2003. Once a year, it gathers two hundred leading communication experts from all over Europe.

EU enlargement – challenges for public communication

SEECOM and DG NEAR round table

The South East Europe Public Sector Communication Association (SEECOM), co-founded by the KAS Media Program, together with the Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations of the European Commission (DG NEAR), hosted a round table discussion on communication challenges of the EU enlargement on 31st March in Brussels.

Journalism education in SEE: Students need more practice

Experts debate on education of journalists - students and media outlets are often dissatisfied with the practical knowledge gained at universities.

Young reporters develop ideas for start-ups

KAS Media Program South East Europe organises the seminar "Entrepreneurial Journalism" for the first time in Moldova.

Pressure on critical media in Eastern and South Eastern Europe

KAS Media Program at "Frankfurt Days on Media Law"

The repression of critical media in many Eastern European countries was the main theme of the 14th Frankfurt Days of Media Law. The expert conference was hosted by Viadrina European University and the Southeast Europe Association (Südosteuropa-Gesellschaft – SOG). Chairperson of the conference was Prof. Dr. Johannes Weberling, Head of the Department of Media Law at Viadrina University.