• Our course is intended for staff journalists, media professionals and freelancers, as well as journalism graduates and students, interested in covering environmental topics.

                The training will allow participants to master theoretical knowledge and, at the same time, to gain practical tools, in order to build accurate and exciting stories.

                Our focus is on web-journalism, which means: data mining, creation of digital maps, interactive platform development and use of social networks, in order to communicate on the environment with the language of the new media. This will be done in close cooperation with the European Parliament.

                The course will concentrate on EU environmental policies and legislation which lately is becoming more relevant.

                Participants will have the opportunity to attend a session of the environmental committee of the European Parliament, and produce a segment in digital live reporting that will be posted on the online media partners of FreeReporter project.

                At the end of the course, participants will receive an attendance certificate, a final evaluation as well as interactive tutorials. They will be able to expand their experience through available internships at FreeReporter project.

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                This training course is organized by the association Reporters for Interactive, Collaborative and Specialized Information (RICSI). For further information email to corsi@freereporter.info

                The total fee of the course amounts up to 490 €, including RICSI membership fee, learning tutorials, snacks and coffee break. There are discount ranges for different categories such as students, civil servants, journalists etc.

                How to get there 
                Zaventem international airport (http://www.brusselsairport.be/en/) is only 8 km from Brussels city center. The fastest way to reach the city center is the shuttle bus (http://www.stib.be/airport-line.html?l=en) that leaves every 30 minutes to Place Luxembourg, in the heart of the EU district. Also from the airport, 4 trains (http://www.belgianrail.be/en/Default.aspx) leave every hour to the railway stations Brussels Midi and Central, both served by the underground. Charleroi – Brussels South airport (http://www.charleroi-airport.com) is located 45 km from Brussels city center. The fastest way to reach Brussels city center is the shuttle bus (http://www.brussels-city-shuttle.com/#/) that leaves every 30 minutes to Brussels Midi. Also, from Charleroi city several daily trains and buses (http://www.delijn.be/en/index.htm) leave to Brussels Midi. In addition to that, several taxi companies are stationed outside the Arrivals terminal of both airports. Licensed taxis have a sign in yellow and blue.

                1° Day – September 24
                Rue Archimede 1-1000 Brussels (Place Schuman)

                2° Day – September 25
                Boulevard du Jardin Botanique 43-1000 Brussels (Université Saint-Louis)

                3° Day – September 26
                Rue Wiertz 60 1047 – Brussels (place Luxembourg)

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