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All systems go for 2nd Congress (WJEC2): 5-7 July 2010 PDF Print E-mail

JOURNALISM EDUCATION IN AN AGE OF RADICAL CHANGE

There are almost 350 people who've indicated they're coming to WJEC. ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR THE CONFERENCE AND FOR SYNDICATE GROUPS IS NOW CLOSED. YOU CAN SIGN UP ON PAPER AT YOUR PHYSICAL REGISTRATION IN GRAHAMSTOWN.

If you can't attend (sympathies!), check back here anytime on 5-7 July for live streaming of most of the proceedings (courtesy the Knight Foundation). We'll also archive for later download, but try catch the action as it happens. There'll be a live Tweet stream #wjec2 so you can send questions and comments as well.

Here's the finalised programme! In summary, the Congress offers:

Networking with global peers on really hot topics at an event with an African flavour.

AND a chance to hear Nobel prize Laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu - the closing keynote speaker. And opening the conference will be Advocate Pansy Tlakula, the African Union's Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression.

Plus: Exposure to 130 research papers, whose extended abstracts have been approved by an international panel of peer-review judges. Deadline for final papers was May 10. If your paper was accepted, but you missed this submission deadline, please send asap. Email them to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

NEW: PARTICIPANTS CAN CHOOSE FROM 16 SYNDICATE GROUPS TO JOIN AT CONGRESS. To register, please follow this link: Syndicate Groups Registration.

ANNOUNCEMENT: SPECIAL DEAL ON ARTS FESTIVAL FOR WJEC DELEGATES!


Celebrating the winner of the prize for the best abstract:

Deborah Wenger is headed to Kariega game reserve

Deborah Wenger

 

"Help Wanted: an examination of new media skills required by the top US news companies" was declared the best abstract submitted by the WJEC panel of international judges. Deb Wenger - attending WJEC on behalf of her two co-authors Lynn C Owens and Kristene Trever - will take up the prize.

 

 

 

NB: we have now reserved most available accommodation in Grahamstown, so we advise you to email us for your accommodation needs through This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . (You can also contact us). We'll need your contact details, desired accommodation type, and dates of arrival and departure.  We'll then revert asap with options, costs, and date availability.

For Airport pick-ups please e-mail final itinerary to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Here is visa information about attending.

 

Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa is the venue of WJEC 2. Organising the Congress is the university's School of Journalism and Media Studies.

 

 

WJEC-2 is timed for maximum interest:


The events!

  • The Congress falls in the second half of the 2010 FIFA World Soccer Cup being staged in South Africa . The city of Port Elizabeth, close to Grahamstown, is a host city for FIFA matches. Grahamstown itself will have spectator parks.
  • The WJEC kicks off immediately after South Africa's internationally renowned National Arts Festival, which showcases a full range of cultural activity and entertainment. WJEC delegates can come a day or two earlier and enjoy some of this amazing experience.
  • Overlapping with WJEC-2 is the Highway Africa conference, celebrating its 14th year in 2010, and drawing hundreds of working journalists from more than 40 of Africa's 54 countries.

 

 

Be at the WJEC and join the discussion about how journalism education is adapting to age of radical change.

 

 

 

 
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