Winfried-Fest-Lecture

Winfried-Fest-Lecture

Winfried-Fest-Lecture

The lecture honors the publicist and former speaker of the Senate of Berlin, Winfried Fest, who died in 1994. Fest was also one of the founding advisors of the European Journalism-Fellowships. Since 2000, the lecture marks the start of the new fellowship year. The Winfried-Fest-Lecture is one of our most important regular events, where we welcome invited guests from all parts of the German society. After the lecture there is always an opportunity for private conversations.

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2014

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2014

Ines Pohl, the chief editor of the taz was the keynote speaker at the Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2014.
The speech "Friendly fire. Germany and the NSA debate," moved the role of journalists in the focus of the debate. Subsequently, the speech was discussed in plenary and in personal conversations.

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Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2014

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2014

The new director of the International Center for Journalism Prof. Dr. Klaus Beck with the greetings.

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Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2014

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2014

The scientific director Prof. Dr. Alexander Görke with the welcoming words and presentation of the Fellows of 2014/2015.

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Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2014

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2014

A group of the new Fellows at the Winfried-Fest-Lecture.

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Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2013

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2013

The speaker on the Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2013 was Nikolaus Blome, a member of the SPIEGEL editors in chief.

He spoke to the 15th EFJ Fellows, members of the Fest-family and invited guests on "Germany, unloved leader in Europe".

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2013

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2013

The Fellows of the 15th European Journalist-Fellowship.

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2013

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2013

As part of Winfried-Fest-Lecture also the DAAD Prize for outstanding achievements of foreign students at German universities 2013 was awarded to Emilija Gagrčin.

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2012

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2012

Markus Loening, Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy, in his lecture on "Human rights policy between ideal and real politics"

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Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2012

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2012

Mrs. Fest in conversation with the guest speaker Markus Loening, Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy

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Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2012

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2012

The 14th EFJ Fellows in the Lecture

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Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2011

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2011

Prof. Dr. Werner Väth, vice president of the FU, at his greeting.

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2011

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2011

To the start of the programme the family and friends of Winfried Fest, the sponsors of the fellowships, the JIL-fellows and of course the stipendiaries are invited.

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2011

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2011

Stipendiaries of JIL and EJF exchange opinions.

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2010

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2010

Prof. Peter-André Alt talks about the theme "The autonomy of universities in times of economic crisis". A report about the event can be read at campus.leben.

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Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2010

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2010

After the lecture the guests have the opportunity to talk and exchange opinions on a reception with buffet.

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Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2010

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2010

Ingrid Rohde (Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation) with the stipendiary Maria Géczi from Hungary.

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Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2010

Winfried-Fest-Lecture 2010

Dr. Ulla Siebert (Heinrich-Böll-Foundation) with the stipendiary Ivaylo Spasov from Bulgaria.

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opening programme 2010

opening programme 2010

Prof. Dr. Alexander Görke, Dimphy Smeets from the Netherlands and Janne Sundqvist from Finland in conversation during the reception.

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opening programme 2010

opening programme 2010

Binafsha Kalandarova from Uzbekistan, Štefan Hudec from Slovakia and Michal Dimitrov from Czech Republic (f.l.t.r.) in conversation.

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opening programme 2010

opening programme 2010

Maria Géczi from Hungary and Michal Dimitrov from Czech Republic at the reception.

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opening programme 2010

opening programme 2010

Orientation on a map during the reception.

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