Deadline: 15 May 2014
Open to: young leading journalists from Europe and beyond with an interest in conflict journalism
Venue: 31 August – 4 September 2014 in Tel Aviv, Israel
The “Media in Conflicts Seminar” (MICS) is a hands-on seminar born to expose future media leaders to the fascinating world of conflicts coverage. MICS is a five days opportunity to learn how to create a balanced and professional coverage.
The Media in Conflicts Seminar is an academic and professional communications seminar held annually in Israel. This year’s MICS program will take place from : 31 August to 4 September 2014 in Tel Aviv, Israel. MICS was created by leading students of the Interdisciplinary center (IDC) who wanted to create a professional network of young journalists who will shape the world’s conflicts coverage of tomorrow.
Established in 2009, MICS has exposed over 100 future media leaders from 31 countries to the fascinating world of conflict-journalism. During the seminar the participants develop skills to face the challenges of conflict reporting, create a priceless professional network and experience the world’s most covered conflict zone.
The 5-day seminar includes:
- Lectures by top experts in the fields of conflict journalism, terrorism, defense and security, Middle East, international law and more.
- A strategic tour of Jerusalem and the conflict areas
- Hands-on workshops
Reporters with an interest in conflict journalism are invited to attend this conference in Israel. The seminar, which offers great opportunities for networking and learning, is open to young leading journalists from Europe and beyond.
The payment that applicants must deem necessary is flight arrangements to and from Israel.
MICS is a fully sponsored seminar, all accommodation, transportation and meals are fully subsidized.
The application deadline is 15 May 2014.
All interested applicants should sent their CV to email@example.com. After submitting the application, MICS team will contact the applicants within two weeks. The applicants may be requested to submit a more advanced form further along in the application process.
For further information, please visit the official website.
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