The Agora Project’s participants are ten talented journalists from all over Europe. With several elections coming up, the participants are working across borders on the topic of polarization in Europe. We fell in love with them and if you read this, you… Continue Reading →
Building trust in formal and not so formal environments We’re back from our workshop in Yerevan and couldn’t be happier about how our very first Agora Project kicked off. We selected ten journalists from almost 200 applications to join us. The first phase… Continue Reading →
Together with our partner United Youth Union (UYU) we organise the Agora Project and invite ten journalists to Armenia to cover European topics from a cross-border perspective. This blog posts the story of our organisational collaboration and also hints at which… Continue Reading →
We shortlisted five stories for the hostwriter prize and seven for this year’s pitch prize. Our jury has until November 13th to vote for their favourites. The week after we will announce the results. For now, tadaa, we proudly present the shortlist… Continue Reading →
On September 13th, 2016 the New York Times invited our Greek partner Oikomedia and us to jointly organise a panel discussion about European journalism at this year’s NYT Athens Democracy Forum. Our starting point was a question: Why has European… Continue Reading →
Meet Geraldine Cremin – journalist, lawyer, conflict reporter, and now also hostwriter’s first Australian ambassador.
The journalist network Neue deutsche Medienmacher (NDM) organises a traineeship for exiled and immigrant journalists with the goal of diversifying the German media landscape. Hostwriter supports the project as a partner. The new Neue deutsche Medienmacher (NDM) training programme is directed at young German journalists with immigrant… Continue Reading →
Are you working on a story together with a colleague? Do you have an excellent idea for story pitch? Apply for the #hostwriterPrize 2016 There are two hostwriter prize categories. The main prize is for collaborative pieces researched and published… Continue Reading →