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Research Fields TEST European Union, EU-Canada relations
Categories Unrestricted
Citizenship Canadian or Permanent Resident
Eligibility In December 2001, the EU diplomatic missions in Ottawa decided to create the EU-Canada Young Journalist Award to recognize outstanding journalistic merit or potential among Canadian students. This competition aims to reinforce links between the people of the European Union and Canada, and to promote awareness of the European Union among a new generation of Canadian students and journalists. Canadian students are invited to submit a composition on a current issue facing the European Union or EU-Canada relations. Compositions should be in the form of a piece that could be published or broadcast in the Canadian media. The winners will be invited on a one-week study tour to Europe, which includes a visit to the EU institutions in Brussels, paid for by the European Union. Prior to the trip, winners will be invited to an award ceremony in Ottawa in May 2011, attended b senior journalists, government officials and the diplomatic corps. The award is open to students in all Canadian universities and higher education establishments. In order to be eligible, students must be enrolled in a Canadian university or other higher education establishment, and a Canadian ciizen or permanent resident.
Value The value is not available
Currency Canadian
Tenable at No details on tenability available
Deadlines February 11
Application Details Visit the EU-Canada Young Journalist Award 2011 web site at http://www.eucanyja.ca/en/ Contact: Roy Christensen, Press Office, Delegation of the Eurpean Union to Canada, Telephone: 613-238-6464 Fax: 613-238-5191 Email: roy.christensen@ec.europa.eu Updated: December 12, 2012

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