European affairs, freedom of expression and information
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Aims and scope:
’’European Affairs, freedom of expression and information: legal basis and practical application at national and supranational level’’ is a course aimed at outlining and assessing the regulatory framework both at EU and domestic level regarding the rights, liberties and obligations characteristic to the young media professionals’ activity; identifying the connections and synergies between EU affairs and Member States’ public affairs; highlighting the importance of young journalists’ professional education in a EU context; analyzing the Member States’ progress on internalizing EU media legislation and the obstacles preventing it; and last but not least, providing an overview of the media performance in the newer Member States of the European Union and making predictions over the development of the Romanian media coverage of EU Affairs themes.
1. Coordination of European Affairs in light of the Lisbon Treaty. European Affairs: foreign or domestic issues? 2. The system of coordination of European Affairs in Romania. 3. EU Guidelines on Human Rights on freedom of expression online and offline. 4. The impact of media on the negative portrayal of the European Union. 5. Making news about the European Union. Foreign correspondents in Brussels. 6. Europeans and interest for the European Union. 7. Self-regulation in the media industry. 8. Implementation of the system of self-regulation in the media. 9. Media and integrating immigrants. 10. Educate journalists for EU media coverage. 11. Media pluralism in the European Union. Case of Romania. 12. Perspectives on media Europeanization in Romania.
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