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Partenariats internationaux

Introduction

 

Université Laval (Canada)

 

L’Université Laval au Québec (Canada) et le CFJ ont renouvelé en 2018 leur partenariat permettant à leurs étudiants respectifs de poursuivre une partie de leur cursus dans l’établissement partenaire.

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Google News Lab University Network

 

Le CFJ est membre, depuis son lancement en décembre 2016, du Google News Lab University Network,avec 40 autres écoles de journalisme partout dans le monde. Ce réseau permet au CFJ de travailler avec les outils conçus et prototypés par Google pour faciliter le travail des journalistes, garantir l’information la plus loyale aux internautes et délivrer de nouveaux formats d’information en matière de fact checking, de data-journalisme ou de cartographie. C’est dans ce cadre que le CFJ est aussi partenaire de First Draft News, une ONG internationale qui lutte contre les fake news et diffuse les moyens de vérification de l’information en ligne les plus au point.

EJTA

 

The European Journalism Training Association (EJTA) was established in Brussels in 1990.  It groups about 70 journalism centers, schools and universities from about 30 countries across Europe. They work together to improve journalism education in Europe, enabling members to collaborate on exchanges and teaching and research projects, and meet regularly to exchange ideas and information. The most important aim of the Association is to stimulate European co-operation in journalism education and mid-career training between non-profit training centers, and to develop a professional approach towards journalism training.

The Association:

  • Organizes conferences and seminars to encourage discussion about the important questions of the journalistic profession and its training problems,
  • stimulates long and medium term exchanges of students and lecturers,
  • organises research at a European level on important issues in journalism training,
  • represents its members and defends their interests in contacts with institutional partners, such as the European Commission, UNESCO, and associations of journalists and editors,
  • arranges common practical exercises and common international programmes and projects

With financial support from the European Commission the EJTA was able to initiate and supervise the following pieces of research:

  • 1994: Rights and obligations of journalists in Europe
  • 1995: New technologies in European journalism training
  • 1997: Curriculum development in European journalism
  • 1998: Local and Regional Journalism
  • 2006: The Tartu Declaration
  • 2008-9 Competences project

EJTA focuses on the Bologna Declaration and its implementation in journalism training.

Cumulus

 

Cumulus  is an international network of art, design and media colleges and universities comprising of the world’s top 200 institutions. It is the only global association to serve art and design education and research. It is a forum for partnership and transfer of knowledge and best practices. Cumulus consists currently of 286 members from 57 countries.

https://www.cumulusassociation.org/