giornalismo scientifico trieste

International science media experts and science reporters from the SEE Region will be offered an opportunity to share and exchange information and data as well as laying the foundations to establish a regional forum/network to discuss emerging ideas and plans relevant to better societal understanding of science and technology. Further detailed information about the invited speakers, venue and the preliminary program of the workshop will be updated on http://www.unesco.org/venice, and thehttps://balkanscijc.wordpress.com/. The SEE Regional school will be focusing on developing participants’ skills in: •          Critically reflecting and reporting on scientific results, •          Understanding the related media mechanisms, •          Communicating with non-scientific public. Una serie di incontri per realizzare un giornale scientifico che racconti la scienza di Trieste vista, scritta e prodotta dalle ragazze e dai ragazzi, coadiuvati da professionisti della comunicazione della scienza, videoperatrici, fotografe, giornaliste, grafiche di Sissa Medialab. The participants of the first edition of the workshop held in 2013 in Belgrade, Serbia, were invited to fill an articulate online survey, to help us identify weaknesses and try to do better in the next editions. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. It is designed to build science journalism capacity and skills, as well as to promote excellence in science, health and environmental coverage in Eastern Europe and the Balkans. A special focus of the workshops will be to strengthen the cross-border collaboration and the regional network of science journalists – and their links with colleagues in Western Europe. • 8 settembre 2020 – IL BO LIVE – Giornalismo scientifico: la necessità dell’approfondimento. Find your story with ECMWF Copernicus Services. This series of three workshop, in English, is co-organised by the Center for Ethics in Science and Journalism (CESJ), the Balkan Network of Science Journalists, Sissa/Isas and the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Ispra, Italy, with funding also coming from the Central European Initiative (CEI, for the event in Belgrade). Altri 6 nomi (3 ragazze e 3 ragazzi) verranno inseriti in una lista d’attesa e contattati in caso di rinunce. The realization of this type of a specialized regional capacity-building workshop was the first tangible result to discussions held during a parallel session organized by the Venice Office at the PCST 2012 (April 2012 in Florence, Italy) and as a follow up to the recommendations endorsed during the SEE Ministerial Round Table on Science, Technology and Innovation convened on 22-23 November 2012 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Media can play a key role in facilitating the interaction between the scientific community and the public by providing high quality reporting on science and its impacts on society. An e-mail group and links made there carried on, and other science journalists joined along the way, at numerous meetings. Rebuilding public trust in science. Stories. Press Review. This regional training workshop will remain politically independent and objective, building the capacity to critically reflect on scientific activities and results as well as science programmes and policies. The official working language of the school is English. Bufale e fact-checking. The second edition of the specialized SEE regional workshop on science journalism will take place from 19 to 22 September 2014 in Podgorica, Montenegro, during the Open Science Festival. Travel costs should be personally ensured by all other workshop participants. How to build (and maintain) trust between science and journalism. This series of three workshop, in English, is co-organised by the Center for Ethics in Science and Journalism (CESJ), the Balkan Network of Science Journalists, Sissa/Isas and the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Ispra, Italy, with funding also coming from the Central European Initiative (CEI, for the event in Belgrade).. The watchdog role of journalism. The formal establishment of the Balkan Network of Science Journalists took place in June 2016 in Erice, and then in July 2016 in Manchester, and was immediately followed by the application to join the World Federation of Science Journalists, that  today announced it was accepted. The European Conference of Science Journalism ECSJ2020 (1 and 2 September, satellite event of the Euro Science Open Forum ESOF2020 Trieste) concluded with participation that went beyond the expectations of the organisers after going fully online. THE FUNDING PRESENTLY AVAILABLE FOR THE LAUSANNE EVENT IS RESERVED ONLY FOR APPLICANTS FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING NATIONALITIES, and will cover travel and accomodation in Lausanne for the days of the World Conference of Science Journalists: Mićo Tatalović: e-mail micho.tatalovic (at) gmail.com. Its origins go back to PCST2012 conference in Florence, Italy, where UNESCO convened “Panel Discussion: Science Communication in the South East European Region – Overview of the Current Situation and Quality and Accountability of Science Communication” that brought some of us together for the first time.

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