News / 10.08.2016

Journalism Day 2016 – latest details

The UJF will be holding Journalism Day, its biggest event of the year, in Helsinki, 14 October – an event-packed occasion that’s a must for Union members and non-members a like.

The programme includes sessions on a wide range of themes concerning the shifting terrain of journalistic work and the various challenges this entails.

Forums will include media house businesses and the ethical challenges of hybrid journalism; refugee journalists; journalistic work in dangerous places; freedom of expression and the information society; the latest news about the UJF’s freelance cooperative; a career coaching clinic, and a job search clinic.  

Admission: UJF members €50; students, pensioners and unemployed union members €25; non-members €150. The entrance fee covers lunch and refreshments.

Watch this space for programme and organisational updates.

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