Executive education programmes at the College of Europe in Natolin
The very successful Multimedia and digital communication in the EU and Neighbouring countries workshop has just ended. Delivered by Nino Maharashvili, Alicja Peszkowsa and Maria Zhdanova, it provided learners with an excellent opportunity to look into and discuss with practitioners questions such as where from, how, and when does one
The first edition of the Journalism, media literacy, and freedom in the EU and the Neighboring Countries course ended today.
The exciting course, delivered by Dominik Cagara and Blaž Zgaga, provided learners with first-hand knowledge and expertise on the sustainability of value-based journalism, the important role of investigative journalism, and dangers related to disinformation in media. The training referred to real-life examples and case studies. Learners had the opportunity to
College of Europe in Natolin | Lectures pre-recorded by authors of the training modules, providing the knowledge necessary to move on to self-study components, where learners will have an opportunity to expand their knowledge and enhance skills, also through assignments in many cases. Finally, all learners of the College of Europe in
The College of Europe in Natolin will offer new trainings in the Spring of 2021. These will include i.a. EU funding, fund-raising and evaluation, Digital diplomacy, Governing Energy and Climate Transition and a simulation of the Negotiations of a global climate agreement. Check back for more information. See also: See also: About ETGN | Course