•          Dealing with uncertainty and risk. • 15 Sep 2020 – Physicsworld – Will AI bots ever replace science journalists? Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Several trainers – Fabio Turone, Connie StLouis, Mićo Tatalović and David Ropeik – were interviewed (the voice over is of course in serbo-croatian-montenegrin). 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.. QUANDO. Stories. Gli esclusi verranno coinvolti in altre funzioni legate alla produzione, alla promozione e alla valutazione del magazine. From left, standing: Slobodan Bubnjević (Serbia), Peter Mayr (Austria), Joost van Kasteren (The Netherlands), Fabio Turone (Italy); from left, sitting : Mićo Tatalović (Croatia/UK), David Ropeik (United States). 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. Alcune cifre sulla conferenza europea di giornalismo scientifico ECSJ2020 di Trieste ALCUNI MEMBRI DEL TEAM DI ECSJ2020: il presidente del comitato organizzatore FABIO TURONE (in primo piano), la presidente del comitato di programma DANIELA OVADIA (seduta, a sinistra), la executive director ALEXANDRA BORISSOVA (seduta, a destra). All applicants will be notified of acceptance or rejection by email by the end of August 2014. The UNESCO Venice Office will offer a limited number of participation grants. Alcuni incontri si svolgeranno nelle sedi delle principali istituzioni scientifiche della città. Ai selezionati verrà chiesto di portare una liberatoria firmata da un esercente la responsabilità genitoriale (es. Deadline: 8 September 2013, South-East European* Science Journalism School (SEE-SJS). (And no, this was written by a human), • 8 settembre 2020 – IL BO LIVE – Giornalismo scientifico: la necessità dell’approfondimento, • 4/9/2020 EFSJ General Assembly held on second day of ECSJ2020 in Trieste, • 1/09/2020 Maria Pazi named European Science Journalist of the Year at ECSJ2020, • 1/09/2020 European Federation for Science Journalism announces Climate Grant winners, • 31/08/2020 EFSJclimategrant and European Science Journalist of the Year winners to be announced at ECSJ2020, • 10/08/2020 Registrations open for online European Conference of Science Journalism, Sept. 1, 2020. The sessions will be illustrated with real-life examples of good practices and great stories from the region. The official working language of the workshop is English. 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).. Tra tutte le candidature pervenute nei modi e nei tempi corretti, verranno estratti 12 nomi (6 ragazze e 6 ragazzi) che potranno far parte della redazione permanente. Can you help with a pencil? All the talks and panels are now available online as a legacy for our professional community”, continues Turone who is also a member of the board of the European Federation for Science Journalism (EFSJ). The network was formally founded at International School of Science Journalism, in Erice, Italy, in June 2016 and at the 3rd European Conference of Science Journalists, in Manchester, UK, in July 2016. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! “Topics ranged from the use of scientific evidence in policy-making to the coverage of issues surrounded by high uncertainty, to the need for innovative ways to support independent science journalism. Many participants of the two editions of the school started discussing in Belgrade and in Podgorica about working together to improve the «quality of critical and ethical science coverage in the media» in the Balkans and South East Europe. No registration fees for the workshop will be requested. Belgrade event is Tuesday 15th January 2019, FOR THE LAUSANNE EVENT HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 30 2018, 2019-2020 Balkan Science Journalism Workshops, Center for Ethics in Science and Journalism, two previous events organised by the same team for UNESCO, Kudos to the newly-established Balkan Network of Science Journalists for becoming member of the World Federation, International School of Science Journalism, 3rd European Conference of Science Journalists, The Montenegro State TV broadcast a long segment on the workshop, Call for Applications: 2nd edition of the South East European Science Journalism Workshop (Deadline: 18 August 2014), Some evaluations from the participants of the 2013 workshop, The 2013 Balkan School of Science Journalism and Communication will be held in Belgrade (Serbia) in Oct 3-5, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Critically reflecting and reporting on scientific results, Understanding the related media mechanisms. Understanding the interdependence of the Media and the public – Who influences whom? The selection of the UNESCO Venice Office sponsored participants will be based on the information provided and will be reviewed by an international selection committee. Corso di formazione per giornalisti del 17 ottobre 2018 presso 'Trieste città della conoscenza'. The ECSJ2020 was organised by Science Writers in Italy (SWIM) with support from the European Federation for Science Journalism (EFSJ), EurekAlert!, the Knight Science Journalism Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, European Molecular Biology Lab (EMBL), Area Science Park, and ECMWF Copernicus Services. 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. 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. :  +39-041-260-1513. Sede di Trieste Città della Conoscenza nella Stazione dei treni di Trieste. •          The watchdog role of journalism. genitore, tutore ecc.). 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 FUNDING PRESENTLY AVAILABLE FOR THE BELGRADE EVENT IS RESERVED ONLY FOR APPLICANTS FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING NATIONALITIES, and will cover travel and accomodation: * This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence. The relationship between science and society can be challenging. “We evaluated 30 projects submitted by 66 journalists from 30 different countries. Trieste, 1-2 September 2020 European Conference of Science Journalism. • 13/12/2019 Science journalists will meet in Italy in 2020, before ESOF. This is a group of science journalists, writers and communicators from across South East Europe, interested in improving quality of critical and ethical science coverage in the media. 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. It has been increasingly underlined that the gap that exists between science and the public has been expanding. The maximum number of school participants will be 25 persons. •          How to improve the quality of science reporting and avoid pseudo-science? This is the second edition of the grant, which was first awarded in 2018”, explains Yves Sciama, who chaired the ECSJ2018 conference organised by the French association AJSPI in conjunction with ESOF2018 in Toulouse, and currently sits in the board of EFSJ. Some of the trainers of the UNESCO Podgorica 2014 workshop on science journalism. La mia formazione culturale e le mie esperienze professionali si sono sviluppate in contesti culturali vari e stimolanti e hanno visto intrecciarsi esperienze diverse e complementari, che mi hanno permesso di sviluppare delle competenze trasversali sia di carattere scientifico che comunicativo. Rebuilding public trust in science. Altri 6 nomi (3 ragazze e 3 ragazzi) verranno inseriti in una lista d’attesa e contattati in caso di rinunce. 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. Copyright © Comune di Trieste - partita Iva 00210240321 - Cookie Policy, Trieste Città della Conoscenza è il frutto di un partenariato promosso dal Comune di Trieste a partire dal 2007. An e-mail group and links made there carried on, and other science journalists joined along the way, at numerous meetings. The regional training course will focus on developing participants’ skills in: The workshop will cover the following topics: To participate in the workshop, please submit your brief CV (1-2 pages maximum), a motivation letter (1 page maximum) in English with your photo before and no later than 18 August 2014 to: Rosanna Santesso, UNESCO Venice Office, Email: r.santesso(at)unesco.org. … in preparation of the ESOF2020 (Euro Science Open Forum) In order to better understand how to manage our planet and our lives, scientific knowledge and how it is communicated should be facilitated by developing a qualitative science journalism culture. “It was great to see such a huge turnout,” says EFSJ board member Mico Tatalovic, who chaired the Association of British Science Writers (ABSW) when it organised the ECSJ2016 conference in Manchester, UK. Travel costs should be ensured by the participants. 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. Journalists can play an effective role as ‘mediators or facilitators’ between researchers and the public but to do this effectively they also need specialized training to understand common caveats and complexities of reporting on science. Rebuilding public trust in science. 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. *Participants registered from Afghanistan, Albania, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Belgium, Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Lithuania, Mexico, Montenegro, Nigeria, North Macedonia, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, The Netherlands, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, UK, Uruguay, USA, Vietnam, Zambia. 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/. conference in Trieste, Italy, to support quality science journalism Call for participation PREVIOUS PRESS RELEASES • 4/9/2020 EFSJ General Assembly held on second day of ECSJ2020 in Trieste • 1/09/2020 Maria Pazi named European Science Journalist of the Year at ECSJ2020 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. Giornalismo ascientifico, meccanismi cognitivi, bolle sui social e balle sul web. Montenegrin science journalist Snezana Radusinovic, who attended both workshops in Belgrade in 2013 and Podgorica 2014, realised a long segment on the Podgorica workshop, broadcast at the end of March 2015 on the State TV of Montenegro. 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. Announcements. Find your story with ECMWF Copernicus Services. in the region. This school is oriented towards improving the quality and quantity of ethical science reporting by the SEE media and will contribute to increasing public awareness on the importance of scientific knowledge and towards developing a critical science journalism culture in SEE. Linking science to society, improving public understanding of science and encouraging and attracting the participation of citizens (of all ages) to science are essential in creating societies where people have the necessary knowledge to make professional, personal and political choices, as well as being a part of the stimulating world of discovery. (http://cpn.rs/conference/). DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS FOR THE BELGRADE EVENT IS TUESDAY 15TH JANUARY 2019. Kudos for the good work done, and best wishes for the future work! The videos can be found on the conference website http://www.ecsj2020.eu/videos-from-ecsj2020/. The UNESCO Venice Office is pleased to announce a specialized SEE regional interactive school on science journalism will be conducted in parallel with the 1st Regional Science Promotion Conference in Belgrade, Serbia from Thursday 3 October to Saturday 5 October 2013. IMAGE: ECSJ2020 TEAM: CHAIR OF ORGANISING COMMITTEE FABIO TURONE (FRONT), CHAIR OF PROGRAMME COMMITTEE DANIELA OVADIA (SEATED, LEFT), EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ALEXANDRA BORISSOVA (SEATED, RIGHT). Da novembre 2018 a maggio 2019, con incontri settimanali ogni giovedì dalle 17 alle 18:30 “Covid travel restrictions posed a huge challenge, but the organisers managed to pull off another great conference at a pan-European level, and with global participation, which is amazing.”. THE THREE EVENTS ARE SCHEDULED AS FOLLOWS: The series of workshops is part of the proESOF programme, Applicants are invited to submit via e-mail: Journalists from other countries willing to attend the workshop are invited to write to balkan-workshops@cesj.eu. Tuesday, 26 June 2018 back ... Al via ESOF2020, EuroScience Open Forum a Trieste, Città Europea della Scienza ; EFSJ is currently working with the organisers of the next ESOF in 2022 in Leiden, the Netherlands to continue the tradition of these useful events. This event will be a closed workshop with a maximum number of 25 participants. Last year, the specialized SEE regional training workshop on science journalism organized on 3-5 October 2013 in Belgrade (Serbia) was very well received by the 16 journalists and communicators from South East Europe who attended. Da novembre 2018 a maggio 2019, con incontri settimanali ogni giovedì dalle 17 alle 18:30. 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. To participate in the School, please submit your brief CV (1-2 pages maximum), a motivation letter (1 page maximum) both in English and your photo before and no later than 8 September 2013 to: Rosanna Santesso, Programme Specialist, UNESCO Venice Office, Email:  r.santesso@unesco.org, tel. 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. 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.
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