Guilty or Innocent: Are journalists part of the political story rather than its narrators? To whom are they accountable?

Oikomedia and The Caravan’s Journal organized a mock trial: “Guilty or Innocent? Are journalists part of the political story rather than its narrators? To whom are they accountable?” Speakers: Serge Schmemann, member of the editorial board, New York Times Raphael Minder , Spain and Portugal correspondent  New York Times   Ann-Katrin Müller, Political editor, Der Spiegel Moderators: Elina Makri, journalist […]

Money Power Independence: How do we create equality between women and men?

On Wendsday, 6th of March at 18.30 pm, at Schwarzkopf foundation, the European magazine cafebabel.com, the Schwarzkopf foundation and the journalists’ network Oikomedia organize the public discussion: “Money, Power and Independence: How do we create equality between women and men”. The scope of the event, is to examine the persistent financial and political aspects of […]

The Good, The Bad And The Ugly: Press Coverage in Times of Crisis and the Transformation of European Journalism

On Tuesday, September 13th 2016, 11:30 a.m., Oikomedia and Hostwriter, organized at Impact Hub Athens  an event about the role of the Press and the conflicts through Mass Media during the current European crisis. The purpose of the event was to examine the contribution of the Press to the dialogue between peoples and countries: Observers or Players in politics? “Examining the aggressive […]

Sisters of Europe

Oikomedia produced the cross-border journalism project ‘Sisters of Europe’  The project was created by journalists Prune Antoine & Elina Makri and is about a unique and innovative media project that combines an editorial, public and political impact. An open-community website displaying interviews & pictures of inspirational women, to be followed by concrete actions in real life: discussions in agora & networking.  […]