The Council of Europe and its
partners (Community Media Forum in Europe, Fair Play, International
Federation of Journalists, Media Animation, UEFA…) have come
together to bring you a new initiative: the MARS - Media Against
Racism in Sport – joint programme.
invited to take part in one of the numerous MARS'
activities: the MARS' Media Work Exchanges.
are the MARS' Media Work-Exchanges?
will give media professionals the opportunity to widen the
scope of their media practice and contact poolsby providing
financial and logistic support to travel and work
with colleagues all over Europe.
will last 10 days (5 days as guest / 5 days as
host) and will be a unique opportunity to work with
a European colleague on a variety of projects having
expression of diversity and non-discrimination as an essential angle
to media coverage, with a specific focus on sports issues.
large community of EU Media and Communication professionals that
Journalism and/or Media
Trainers/Teachers/Lecturers, Journalists, Photographers, Photo
journalists and Journalism Students, Managing Editors, Executive
Editors, Deputy Managing Editors, Publishers, Editorial Operations
Directors, communication & press officers and managers, public
relations officers and managers but also professionals and staff
members of regulatory bodies (Press councils, audiovisual
regulatory bodies), of media professional unions(of
journalists, editors and broadcasters…), of human rights,
anti-discrimination and anti-racism bodies, of
sport clubs, of sports persons'
unions and of sport associations, etc.
This list is large and wide open… You will surely find your
to know more?
click on our new MARS website or write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org
As a media professional or student, several other
possibilities are offered by MARS to participate, see www.coe.int/mars
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