Freedom of the press has been one of the first principles attacked in Belarus last year, as the turbulences increased and the protests multiplied. Now, many journalists from Belarus are reported to be imprisoned.
The School of Journalism and Mass Communications of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Forum Apulum Association are organizing a discussion about the press freedom in Belarus, with well known journalists who will help us understand better the current situation.
The Webinar will take place between 16.00 CET via Zoom. Click here http://bit.ly/3vmVnnr to register!
Franak Viačorka, Senior Advisor to Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya
Hanna Liubakova Belarusian journalist and trainer | Non-resident fellow at Atlantic Council | Former RFE/RL reporter
Alina Koushyk, journalist at Belsat TV
Yannis Kotsifos, EFJ Steering Committee member
Christos Frangonikolopoulos, Professor School of Journalism and Mass Communications,Aristotle University in Thessaloniki
Nikos Panagiotou, Ass. Professor at School of Journalism and Mass Communications, Aristotle University Thessaloniki and Ηead of DCN Global
Ciprian Cucu, Vice President of Forum Apulum
Please join us on Thursday, March 18, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Washington DC time for a webinar focusing on women sports journalists, from all over the world, and the progress being made in women sports participation.
It is a webinar for women and men alike, it is ultimately about our societies, about equality and opportunity for all. Women in sports defy gender stereotypes and social norms, make inspiring role models, and show men and women as equals. Still, there are challenges concerning the practical side of equality and difference between men and women in sports, some financial, others cultural.
The best equipped to observe and capture those shifts and their cultural context and societal implications are women sports journalists who have followed a similar professional trajectory, entering a field that has been historically dominated by men. Our webinar will capture, through the eyes of women journalists, from different parts of the world, the positive changes that have occurred, the challenges that remain, and what the future holds for women sports journalists as well as women athletes, coaches, and sports leaders, in a variety of contexts, geographic, political, and social.
Join us on Thursday, March 18, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Washington DC (calculate your time here https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html) to explore the world we live in, using sports as a metaphor for change. Here is the link, please register
https://us02web.zoom.us/…/tZMofu6uqzwvHtz9uV0A905JbJPpG… Participant certificates will be provided.