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Enter the Blog Contest and win a 3-week training in EU communications in Brussels!

Write and publish a blog post about any EU-funded project.

Submit the link on this platform by 31 August 2018 23:59.

The three winners will be invited to join a 3-week tailor-made full immersion training programme on EU communications. They will experience the work of a communication department in an EU institution, in a communication agency and in a media outlet covering the Brussels sphere.

Training course in Bella Italia

by Adrijana Kolar

Oh God I feel so bad that it took me so long to write about my journey to Italy. In this blog post I ...

 

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Mondo low cost

by Maria Alessandra Pallotta

For me, 2018 saw the start of my Erasmus Internship in Barcelona. Thanks to this opportunity offered ...

 

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Foodmet

by Fabrice Serodes

Current rating: 4.8

FOODMET Blog revisiting the relatively little-known European Foodmet sustainable development project ...

 

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Budapest Bridges

by Diana Zsoldos

Current rating: 4.9

  There is something enchanting in cities where a river runs through them. It detaches an ...

 

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Learning through storytelling

by Sharing Europe

Current rating: 5.0

 “Promise me you’ll always remember: you’re braver than you believe, and stro ...

 

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Liège and Charleroi: fighting the same battle?

by Kathleen Wuyard

In the Belgian region of Wallonia, Liège and Charleroi have a tradition of local rivalry. Not ...

 

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I am travelling to Quai10 in Charleroi, where my expectations range between virtual reality and physical events.

by Alexander D. Ricci

Current rating: 5.0

As part of a communication project created by Brussels communications agency, Old Continent, three b ...

 

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A little live-blogging trip to Charleroi: the tech

by John Worth

Current rating: 3.0

Back almost five years ago I spent a week live blogging from Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise ship ...

 

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