The eMEDia project Partners will meet in Sousse, Tunisia, next December 10 and 11, to advance working on cross-media journalism education on an Euro-Mediterranean perspective.
eMEDia is an institutional cooperation project co-funded by an European Commission grant under the Tempus IV programme between December 2013 and November 2016.
eMEDia works to promote cross-media journalism education on an Euro-Mediterranean perspective. It aims at contributing to the modernisation of the Higher Education sector in Tunisia through a bottom-up approach for the design and pilot of a first level professional Master Course in Cross-Media Journalism.
The eMEDia Open day, which will be held next December 11, is a public event open to academies, practitioners, students, professionals and everyone interested in journalism higher education. The participation to the event is free of charge.
During the event participants are offered the opportunity to say one’s piece around cross-media journalism education in an Euro-Mediterranean context.
The works will have place at El Mouradi Palm Marina – El Kantaoui Port El Kantaoui, Tunisie.