1. Reporting on EU Foreign Policy
This course is a deeper look at the EU institutions and how they shape EU foreign policy, especially the European Neighbourhood Policy The course will give you tips and tricks on how to cover EU foreign policy in the best possible way. After a quick introduction, there will be a chapter on the Council, followed by the Commission and finally the European Parliament. In those, there will be explanation about how they work when making foreign policy and how you best cover them. The course is led by RFE/RL correspondent in Brussels Rikard Jozwiak.
In this course, we will reveal to you the mysteries of the European Union in a simplified manner. It is not a comprehensive and complex course on the operation of the EU, but rather the enlightened vision of a journalist specialized in the field. You will therefore discover how the EU functions through a more journalistic prism. You will learn more about the Institutions, how they operate, as well as the general outlines of European policies. The course is presented by Caroline de Camaret, editor in chief for Europe in France 24 TV.
3. How to Report on Europe?
In this course you will learn how to enter the heart of the European Institutions as a journalist. I’ll give you some insider tips and tricks to find the best contacts and get interviews with European high representatives and Leaders. Finally, you will also learn how to do on-site and long-distance reporting on the European Union. The course is presented by Caroline de Camaret, editor in chief for Europe in France 24 TV.