#iMEdDIJF23 – All you need to know!

As the iMEdD International Journalism Forum 2023 approaches, we are excited to experience this gathering with you, where we can exchange ideas and concerns. Here is some useful information.

Gun Violence: Thinking out of the box to take on a public health epidemic

During SNF Nostos 2023, journalist Phoebe Fronista discussed with doctors, activists, professors, and lawyers at the frontlines of America’s gun crisis.

Is God a mental health “professional”?

During SNF Nostos 2023, journalist Panagiotis Menegos discussed with esteemed panelists Michael Niconchuk, Rana Dajani, Sunitha Krishnan, and Sangeetha Thomas Exploring about the connection between ...

Opinion article – Why we gather: A short letter on the importance of journalism forums

Cristian Lupșa | We gather to keep going, to find partners to collaborate with, to get ideas on how to become better in the field and stronger as organizations.

iMEdD Fellowships: 20 journalists to attend #GIJC23

iMEdD partners with GIJN to support 20 journalists attending GIJC23 in Gothenburg.

Incubator projects on Climate Inequity in the final stretch

Τhis semester, iMEdD incubator focuses on climate inequity, and its projects are in the final stretch.

iMEdD International Journalism Forum 2023 – Registration is now open

iMEdD International Journalism Forum is back! From September 28th to 30th in Athens, we discuss today's topics and draw inspiration for tomorrow's stories. Register at https://forum.imedd.org/ ...

4-month internship at iMEdD

We announce 2 positions at iMEdD in the framework of the new paid internship cycle of the SNF. Two young applicants will have the opportunity to work at the organization for 4 months and gain ...

Opinion article – Navigating Trauma in Journalism

Gavin Rees | "One must change gears and consider taking a more open, less forceful approach. What is my interviewee able to talk about? rather than What do I need my interviewee to say?"

TRAUMA: An audio documentary and a “Journalists’ Code of Conduct”

24 years, seven tragedies: The survivors' experiences and the collective trauma of an entire nation.