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#43: Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum 2011 in Bonn (Germany)

In times of war and popular uprising, how do the media report on the violations of human rights? How do journalists make sure their reports are objective and well-informed when everything around them is going crazy and very fast? The team of Orange Magazine is set to find out the answers at the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum in Bonn on 21-23 June 2011.

Read all their articles in our magazine published on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 (pdf download) »

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#42: 54th annual meeting of the UN Commission on narcotic drugs in Vienna (Austria)

Narcotic drugs have been partly prohibited for half a century however illegal trade in narcotics remains a huge global problem. Orange attended the 54th Annual meeting of the UN Commission on narcotic drugs between the 18th and the 25th of March in Vienna to pose the question: where has prohibition of multiple narcotic drugs brought us? Our reporters examined the issue from a range of perspectives and interviewed emminent experts and campaigners in an attempt to answer this question.

Read all their articles in our magazine published on Friday, March 25, 2011 (pdf download) »


#41: Orange on Migration in London (United Kingdom)

A team of ten Orange journalists from all over Europe gathered in the British capital of London from the 13th to the 19th of March to investigate one of the hot topics of our age: migration. During their week-long stay, the young reporters met with experts in the field and used their new-found insights to produce articles, audio and video reports on the topic.

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#40: GEF Forum on Green Entrepreneurship in Brussels (Belgium)

A small team of Orange journalists reported from the GEF Forum on Green Entrepreneurship, which took place from 8 to 10 December 2010 in Brussels, Belgium.

Read all their articles in our magazine published on Friday, December 10, 2010 (pdf download) »


#39: Second Africa-Europe Youth Summit in Tripoli (Libya)

Orangelog.eu reported from the second Africa-Europe Youth Summit, which took place in the Libyan capital of Tripoli from 25 to 29 November 2010. Preceding the 3rd Africa-EU Summit, the Youth Summit brought together more than 100 youth representatives from Africa and Europe to strengthen the Africa-EU dialogue and promote their participation in the Euro-African cooperation.

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#38: Assises Internationales du Journalisme & de l'Information in Strasbourg (France)

A team of sixteen Orange journalists reported from the Assises Internationales du Journalisme & de l'Information in Strasbourg from 16 to 18 November 2010. Organised by the association "Journalisme & Citoyenneté", the Assises gathered media professionals and politicians to discuss issues related to press and journalism.

Take a look at our magazine that was published on November 18, 2010 (pdf download) »

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#37: M100 Youth Media Workshop 2010 in Potsdam (Germany)

What function does investigative journalism fulfill? What role will it play in the digital media landscape of tomorrow? These and other pressing issues were debated at the sixth M100 Youth Media Workshop in Potsdam from 23 to 26 August 2010. Through study-visits, meetings and hands-on media creation sessions 33 young journalists from 24 different countries engaged in the discussion.

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#36: XVIII. International AIDS Conference 2010 in Vienna (Austria)

Fresh. Vibrant. Creative. Orangelog.eu reported from the XVIII. International AIDS Conference 2010 in Vienna. Our team comprising of 13 journalists from across Europe and Asia focused on the key issues behind International Drug Policies raised at this leading summit of HIV experts and decision-makers. We focused on human rights, the role of arts, culture and media, and stories of people affected. Follow us online, and read more in our magazine published on Friday, July 23, 2010 (pdf download) »

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#35: Fourth meeting of the AER Youth Regional Network in Donja Stubica (Croatia)

Orangelog.eu reported from the 4th meeting of the AER Youth Regional Network (YRN), taking place in Donja Stubica (Croatia) from 7 to 9 June 2010. Organised by the Assembly of European Regions (AER), the meeting focused on empowering youth through subsidiarity, through plenary sessions, working groups and round table discussions. 

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#34: European Final of the "Do you speak European?" competition in Brussels (Belgium)

Orangelog.eu reported from the European Final of the "Do you speak European?" competition, which took place in Brussels on 19 May 2010. Organised by the Assembly of European Regions (AER), the competition brought together 50 participants aged 14 to 18 from 11 different European countries, who competed in regional teams against each other to present their views of Europe in an original and informative way.

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#33: Model European Union 2010 in Strasbourg (France)

Orangelog.eu reported from the Model European Union 2010 (MEU 2010), which took place in the European Parliament in Strasbourg (France) from 10 to 17 April 2010. During the event, more than 150 young Europeans simulated the European Union's decision-making process, playing the roles of ministers of the EU member states, members of the European Parliament, lobbyists, journalists and interpreters.

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#32: Closing convention on the Europe is MORE than you think Award in Strasbourg (France)

The Europe is MORE than you think Award, organised jointly by the Council of Europe and the European Youth Press, invited young journalists from all over the continent to look beyond the headlines and capture the Europe which, all too often, goes unnoticed. The four main winners have been invited to attend the January 2010 session of the Parliamentary Assembly to see the workings of Europe’s oldest intergovernmental organisation and report on the event.  

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#31: Third meeting of the AER Youth Regional Network in Paris (France)

Orangelog.eu reported from the 3rd meeting of the AER Youth Regional Network (YRN), which took place in Disneyland Paris from 10 to 12 December 2009. Organised by the Assembly of European Regions (AER), the meeting focused on YRN’s take on youth employment in times of economic crisis, through plenary sessions and round table discussions.

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#30: Intercultural Cities Conference in Bari (Italy)

The Region of Puglia, together with the Coucil of Europe, invited Orangelog.eu to a conference about Intercultural Cities. The conference took place in Bari, Italy, on 11 December 2009. The Orangelog team had the opportunity to visit the city prior to the conference and produced media on the question "How intercultural is Bari really?", which was presented during the conference.

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#29: NATO Afghan Students Forum 2009 in Berlin (Germany)

Brandenburger Tor, Berlin (wikipedia)

Seven Orangelog.eu journalists reported from the NATO Afghan Students Forum, which took place in Berlin from 9 to 13 October 2009.

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#28: Euro-Mediterranean Academy for Young Journalists in Amsterdam (Netherlands)

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Orangelog.eu reported from the second edition of the Euro-Mediterranean Academy for Young Journalists, which took place in the Dutch capital of Amsterdam from 5 to 16 October 2009. 20 participants from 18 different countries across the Euro-Med region embarked on a 10-day, high-quality training course on Journalism and Intercultural Dialogue, focusing on the challenges posed by global migration.

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#27: CEE Trust Civil Society Forum in Bratislava (Slovakia)

Orangelog.eu reported from the Civil Society Forum, which took place in the Slovakian capital of Bratislava from 16 to 18 September 2009. Organised by the Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe, the Forum focused on the role of civil society through debates, round table discussions and multimedia shows.

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#26: M100 Youth Media Workshop 2009 in Potsdam (Germany)

How do European media report about migration and immigrants? How do immigrants influence the media? These and other pressing issues were debated at the fifth M100 Youth Media Workshop in Potsdam from 3 to 7 September 2009. Through study-visits, meetings and hands-on media creation 27 young European journalists from 15 different countries engaged in the discussion.

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#25: Closing Conference of the European Young Journalist Award 2009 in Berlin (Germany)

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A team of twelve Orange journalists reported from the closing conference of the European Young Journalist Award 2009, which took place from 29 August to 2 September 2009 in the German capital of Berlin.

Read all their articles in our magazine published on Tuesday, September 1, 2009 (pdf download) »


#24: Media vs. Integration Conference in Vienna (Austria)

Orangelog.eu reported from the Media vs. Integration Conference, which took place in the Austrian capital of Vienna during the first week of July 2009.

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#23: Youth and New European Media conference in Valencia (Spain)

Perugia, International Journalism Festival, Perugia 1-5 April 2009

New media: new generation: The international conference on Youth and New European Media 2009 (YNEM), which took place from 7 to 9 May 2009 in Valencia, Spain, brought together hundreds of young aspiring journalists and students from all corners of Europe. The focus of the conference was new media and the challenges that the traditional media in Europe are facing.

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#22: International Journalism Festival in Perugia (Italy)

Perugia, International Journalism Festival, Perugia 1-5 April 2009

Orangelog reported from the International Journalism Festival, which took place in Perugia, Italy from 1 to 5 April 2009.

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#21: European Youth Media Convention 2009 in Berlin (Germany)

35 young journalist from 12 countries discussed about European media and created an Orangelog.eu issue. Meet the future Orange team!

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#20: AER Meeting of Youth in the European Regions in Wiesbaden (Germany)

Orangelog.eu reported from the Assembly of European Regions (AER) Meeting of Youth in the European Regions, which took place from 23 to 25 November in Wiesbaden, Germany.

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#19: European Investigative Journalism Conference in Brussels (Belgium)

Orangelog.eu reported from the European Investigative Journalism Conference, which took place in Brussels on 21 and 22 November 2008.

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#18: DARE conference on Intercultural Dialogue in Vienna (Austria)

Orangelog.eu reported from the conference "Intercultural Dialogue: Challenge for Education for Democratic Citizenship and Human Rights" in Vienna from 14 to 16 November 2008.

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#17: First Asia-Europe Young Urban Leaders Dialogue in Madrid (Spain)

A small Orangelog team, together with Asian friends, reported from the first Asia-Europea Young Urban Leaders Dialogue conference.

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#16: European Youth Media Days in Brussels (Belgium)

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A team of seventeen Orange journalists reported from the European Youth Media Days 2008, which took place from 15 to 17 October 2008 in the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium.

Read all their articles in our magazine published on Friday, October 17, 2008 (pdf download) »


#15: UN human rights conference in Paris (France)

Paris: Eiffel tower

Orangelog.eu reported from the 61st Annual DPI/NGO Conference "Reaffirming Human Rights. The Universal Declaration at 60" in Paris, France, from 3 to 5 September 2008.

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#14: M100 Youth Media Workshop 2008 in Potsdam (Germany)

M100 Youth Media Workshop Potsdam 2008

Which role will journalists play in the future? What is necessary for the training of European journalists? These and other pressing issues were debated at the fourth M100 Youth Media Workshop in Potsdam at the end of August 2008. Through study-visits, meetings and hands-on media creation 29 young European journalists from 19 different countries engaged in the discussion.

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#13: Closing conference of the European Young Journalist Award in Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Orange on Final conference of the "European Young Journalists Award" in Ljubljana (Slovenia)

An Orange team reported in the beginning of July 2008 again from Ljubljana (Slovenia) from the closing conference of the European Young Journalist Award, with all the young national winners, mentors, other professional journalists and representatives from the European Commission. The conference was the last stop on the winners' trip through the Western Balkans (Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia) - the region where the next EU enlargement steps will most likely take place.

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#12: European Citizens' Forum in Wroclaw (Poland)

Wroclaw, City

Orangelog.eu reported from the European Citizens' Forum on "Towards a Europe of Solidarity - Youth, Intergenerational Solidarity and Tomorrow's Europe" which took place in Wroclaw, Poland, on 19 and 20 June 2008.

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#11: EU Youth Event in Ljubljana (Slovenia)

Youth Event Slovenia 2008

Orangelog.eu reported from the EU Youth Event in Ljubljana (Slovenia). The forum discussed mobility, employment, non-formal education, integration and interculture dialogue – all connected to young people with fewer opportunities.

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#10: Orange on Racism

Orange on Racism

We are living in an intercultural society where migration and immigration is a part of everyone’s life. You may think that racism is abolished and nowhere to be found. I also wish itwas true, but I can´t look away from it and pretend it isn´t there when I know it is.

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#9: Second EU-Africa Summit in Lisbon (Portugal)

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A team of eight Orange journalists reported from the second Africa-EU Summit, which took place from 8 to 9 December 2007 in Lisbon, Portugal.

Read all their articles in our magazine published on Sunday, December 9, 2007 (pdf download) »


#8: First Africa-Europe Youth Summit in Lisbon (Portugal)

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A team of nine Orange journalists reported from the first Africa-Europe Youth Summit, which took place from 5 to 7 December 2007 in Lisbon, Portugal.

Read all their articles in our magazine published on Friday, December 7, 2007 (pdf download) »


#7: European Youth Set The Media Agenda in Berlin (Germany)

How can European youth make a difference? 20 young people from all over Europe met in Berlin to tackle the following issues: hunger in the world, dictatorship in Europe, censorship in the media, the loss of civil rights due to the war on terror and separatism in Europe.

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#6: NATO Afghan Student Forum 2007 in Pisa (Italy)

European Parliament Brussels

Orangelog.eu reported from the NATO Afghan Student Forum 2007, which took place in Pisa, Italy, from 18 to 20 September 2007. The conference included views, opinions and ideas of how to create a safe and stable future for Afghanistan, one of the most unstable countries of our time.

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#5: European Youth Media Days 2007 in Brussels (Belgium)

European Parliament Brussels

Orange covered the European Youth Media Days 2007, the first cooperation between the European Youth Press and the European Parliament, where 270 young journalists from all 27 EU-member countries came to Brussels to share ideas and work together from wednesday 27 to Friday 29 June 2007.

Read all the articles in our magazine published on Friday, June 29, 2007 (pdf download) »


#4: M100 Youth Media Workshop 2006 & 2007 in Potsdam (Germany)

M100 Potsdam

At the second M100 Youth Media Workshop, dialogue between cultures was on the agenda for the 34 young journalists from 14 different countries. The workshop consisted of several meetings, discussions and study-visits and ended with young and innovative articles, photos and movies that you can find here on Orangelog.eu. You can also find out more about the first M100 Youth Media Workshop, where this website, Orangelog.eu, was created.

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#3: CTIF International Youth Fire Brigades Competitions in Revinge (Sweden)

European Parliament Brussels

Orangelog.eu reported from the 16th CTIF International Youth Fire Brigades Competitions in Revinge, Sweden, from 15 to 21 July 2007. Organised by the International Technical Committee for the Prevention and Extinction of Fire (CTIF), the event brought together 47 young teams from 23 countries.

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#2: Orange on Freedom of the Press

European Parliament Brussels

Orange on the topic of freedom of the press.

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#1: Human Rights in Film festival in Warsaw (Poland)

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A team of twenty two Orange journalists reported from the Human Rights in Film festival, which took place in December 2004 in the Polish capital of Warsaw.

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