The project was thought, created and is being implemented by an international team with a combined experience in the development of trainings and seminars for young journalists, development of networks and working groups, and management of European and international projects. The project pulls knowledge and human resources from the following organisations and networks:
European Youth Press (EYP)
– Network of young media makers
EYP is an umbrella association of young journalists in Europe. The network includes 22 national and 2 international media organizations and involves more than 50,000 young journalists and media makers. EYP works to provide young journalists with experiences and opportunities meant to promote their active involvement in society through objective and independent journalism.
O Eco promotes the creation of a young journalists’ network in order to realize a unique coverage of the environmental problems affecting Brazil and the Amazon. The organization is the first media group to use satellite images as a resource to improve green reporting though the use of data visualization software.
Philippines Network of Environmental Journalists (PNEJ)
The PNEJ connects experts and prospective journalists working with environmental issues in the Philippines. It aims to improve the quality of media in order to foster public understanding of environmental issues.
Nigerian Association of Science Journalists (NASJ)
The NASJ provides a platform for interaction between the Nigerian scientific community and local environmental reporters. NASJ is a member organization of the World Federation of Science Journalists.
Association of Students at Journalism and Communication Studies (ASJC)
ASJC – Romania is an NGO that brings together a community of young journalists and communicators. It organizes events, trainings, conferences and workshops meant to raise Romanian young journalists’ skills to European standards
Forum for European Journalists Students (FEJS)
The FEJS Latvija promotes conferences, seminars and training courses, for young journalists and mediamakers, at national and European level. It works to foster independent and ethical journalism.
Project funded by the European Commission through the Youth in Action Programme