Participants in the 7th year of the European Journalism-Fellowships 2005/2006
Jakub Borowski (Poland)
Editor with the polish press agency PAP "Polska Agencja Prasowa"
Project: "The protection of the environment in Germany. The importance of the environmental awareness and the role of media."
Nicole Dietrich (Austria)
Editor with the cultural radio station "Ö 1.ORF"
Project: "Sound and memory. Sound-memories between East and West."
Dmitry Grushevsky (Russia)
Associate chief editor with the newspaper "Delowoje Powolje"
Project: "Wine and world. The traditional economy under the conditions of globalisation."
Olivier Guez (France)
Foreign correspondent with the daily newspaper for economy and finance "La Tribune"
Project: "The renewal of the Jewry in Berlin."
Matej Husek (Czech Republic)
Reporter with the daily newspaper "Pràvo"
Project: "The instrumentalisiation of the so-called Benes-decrees using the example of the election campaigns 2002 in Czech Republic and Germany."
Oliver Junker (Germany)
Editor with the news agency "Agence France-Press"
Project: "The forbidden city - search for traces"
Dace Krejere (Latvia)
News editor with public broadcast
Project: "The possibilities of the broadcasting media in Latvia and Germany."
Barbara Kuznik (Slovenia)
Editor with the radio station "RTV Slovenija"
Project: "German case of euqality in politics - why should we vote for women?"
Zsuzsa Mártonffy (Hungary)
Editor with the business magazine "Figyelö"
Project: "Reduction of jobs in Germany - end of the social welfare state?"
Dagmar Novotná (Slovakia)
Reporter with the news agency "Ta3"
Project: "National minorities in Germany and their presentation in media"
Jude Stewart (USA)
Project: "Ostalgie and Design: A Popular Consumer Trend´s Impact on German Design, Visual Culture and National Identity"