Participants in the 2nd year of the European Journalism-Fellowships 2000/2001
Hana Bakicova (Czech Republic)
Chief editor with "Radio Praha"
Project: "Public media - competition or an option to private media? Comparative analysis of newcast"
Dragan Bisenic (Yugoslavia)
Editor with regards to foreign affairs
Project: "Intellectuals, National Socialism and the collaps of Yugoslavia"
Andrea Bosman (The Netherlands)
Editor with the daily newspaper "Trouw"
Project: "The future of the 'Berlin Republic': Memory and neglect in Germany"
Piotr Bugajski (Poland)
Assistant editor with the Polish press agency "PAP"
Project: "The German emerge of National Socialism and Communism. The reeducation in media"
Ljudmila Dimova (Bulgaria)
Chief of the politics department with regional newspaper „Narodna delo" in Varna
Project: "The future in the Balkan states and the German foreign policy"
Dunja Dragojevic-Kersten (Germany/Croatia)
Journalist with the station "Deutsche Welle Köln"
Project: "The German theater in time of changes"
Paul Hockenos (USA)
Project: "For God and Fatherland: The Role of Ethnic emigrant groups in a decade of Balkan conflict"
Corinne Holtz (Switzerland)
Editor with the Swiss radio "DRS2"
Project: "Investigation of the life and work of the German director Ruth Berghaus"
Andrei Hvostov (Estonia)
Project: "Development of a bilingual daily newspaper in Estonia as a contibution to the promotion of a bilingual society in Estonia"
Violeta Mickeviciute (Lithuania)
Editor with the daily newspaper „Respublika"
Project: "(Un)restricted freedom of press in democracy - comparison between Germany and Lithuania"
Olivier Morel (France)
Chief editor of a radio broadcast with "Fréquences libres"
Project: "German contemporary writers and their relation to the real, symbolic and imaginary history of the nascent Germany"
Paola Motta (Italy)
Political editor with the daily newspaper „Alto Adige"
Project: "Berlin: A capital city for the future"
Dr. Richard Precht (Germany)
Project: "The 'Berlin Republic' as a democracy of television"