Sunday, 27 May 2018

DARE member Human Rights Academy launches manual for journalists

The Human Rights Academy has launched an online manual on intercultural understanding, ethics and human rights to be used by teachers and students in journalism education. It is the result of a long-term partnership between departments of journalism education at universities in Norway, Russia and Sweden, and the Human Rights Academy, a DARE member from Norway.

This is an educational tool for teachers of journalism, media and communication who want to raise the students’ competence on issues related to diversity, intercultural understanding, human rights and ethics. The manual will also be useful for practising journalists, editors, other media workers and students. Available in English and Russian:

Friday, 2 February 2018

SAVE THE DATE! Mini-conference on Populism and Democratic Resilience (Nafplio, 14 June 2018)

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On Thursday, 14 June, DARE will organise in the framework of its STEPS project a mini-conference on “Populism and Democratic Resilience”. The mini-conference will be hosted by the University of the Peloponnese at Nafplio, capital of the first Hellenic Republic from 1821-1834. The conference will be followed by DARE's 2018 General Assembly in the evening. More details will become available soon.