Invitation to the debate in Paris: How online media make use of citizen participation / Saturday 9th March / 10:45-12:30

Article published on March 6, 2013
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Article published on March 6, 2013
In the framework of its ‘Speak up!’ training sessions (cofinanced by the European Commission), cafebabel.com is happy to invite you to the debate “how online media make use of citizen participation” that will take place on Saturday 9th March, in Paris.

Cafebabel.com organises a debate in the framework of its ‘Speak up!’ citizen journalism training sessions. This debate is the perfect opportunity to meet passionate citizen and professional journalists talk about this new form of expression.

At this occasion, only high quality speakers will explain how they use citizen participation in their media:

Yann Guegan, deputy chief editor of Rue 89 Claire Ulrich, editor of the French version of Global Voices Johan Weisz-Myara, editor in chief of StreetPress

 The debate will take place on Saturday 9th March, in Paris, at the FIAP Jean Monnet. We’ll welcome you from 10:45 am.

The debate ends at 12:30 pm.

Here is the address of the event

FIAP Jean Monnet

Salle Berlin

30 Rue Cabanis

75014 Paris

Metro: Denfert Rochereau (lines 4, 6, RER B), Saint Jacques (line 6)

Register HERE.

Registrations are mandatory to participate to the debate.

Don't wait too long! Only 20 seats available!