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“Censorship under a mask”, training for journalists by Ossigeno on december 16-17 in Rome

Promoted together with the Roma Tre  University, is also for students. Next December at the National Library in Rome. Teachers from abroad

Ossigeno per l’Informazione resumes the activities of professional training for journalists with a free attendance course entitled “Censorship under a mask. How to identify it, recognize it and fight it “, which will be rolled out in four parts, which can be attended separately at your choice and convenience, on 16 and 17 December at the National Library in Rome (Viale Castro Pretorio, 105, Metro: Castro Pretorio).

The course is open to students, to which the University of Tor Vergata will recognize three university credits. Journalists and students who will participate in the exercises and the test will receive a certificate of observer of violations of freedom of the press and of expression.

The course will respect the following program:

Wednesday, December 16 from 9 a.m. to 13 p.m.

Censorship under a mask in Italy.

Wednesday, December 16 from 14 p.m. to 18 p.m.

Censorship under a mask in Italy: a few examples.

Thursday, December 17, 2015, from 9 a.m. to 13 a.m.

Censorship under a mask in Europe.

Thursday, December 17, 2015, from 14 a.m. to 18 a.m.

Censorship under a mask in Europe: some examples

Journalists can register on the SIGEF platform to one or more modules and make use of th six training credits set out by the Order of Journalists for each module. The course has an ethical content. The subject will be treated under the rules of the employment contract (the conscience clause), the law establishing the Order of Journalists (the right and duty to inform; the relationship with the publisher); professional ethics (in particular, the Charter of Duties, the Code of Conduct).

Teachers: Ossigeno staff (Alberto Spampinato, Dario Barà, Raffaella Della Morte, Matteo Finco, lawyer Andrea Di Pietro), teachers of the Master of Sciences (Marina Formica, professor of Modern History, Fabrizio Natalini, professor of Cinema, photography, and TV, Giuseppe F. Mennella, a professor of ethics of journalism). From the University “Rey Juan Carlos” of Madrid, Professor Mario García de Castro, professor of Información Audiovisual of the Department of Sciences of Communication; Professor Janet Whyatt of the University of London.


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