A Journalist’s Handbook (2012): Covering relations between the EU and its Neighbourhood Partners
The EU Neighbourhood Info Centre’s handbook for journalists has been updated and is now available online in English, French, Arabic and Russian. The publication “A Journalist’s Handbook: Covering relations between the EU and its Neighbourhood Partners”, is available in electronic format only.
The handbook aims at guiding to the sources any journalist interested in covering the EU’s relations with its Neighbours in the South and in the East, as well as anyone else interested in finding out more about this partnership.
It guides people through the plethora of information made available by the EU itself, and helps them easily find out where the information is, which site to visit and who is responsible for what. It also includes a list of jargon guides and where the events calendars can be found.
The handbook is divided into the following sections:
- Covering relations with the EU
- The EU Press Service
- The key players as a source
- Events calendars and finding the people
- EU Neighbourhood Info Centre: An information resource
- For the figures
- Understanding EU talk
- The background
- Journalism Networks and Awards
This handbook is one of a series produced by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre. The others are: A Photographer’s Handbook (2012) and Multi-country Cooperation Instruments and Thematic Tools (2010).
Download the 2012 Journalist's Handbook in English.
This handbook assists people with a keen interest in the Neighbourhood Policy find their way through the plethora of information made available by the EU itself.