1:1 with Renate Schroeder

In this podcast Renate Schroeder (European Federation of Journalists) & the media lab discuss the journalists’ perspective on media
📌Episode Highlights
⏲️[00:00] Intro
⏲️[00:59] Q1 - What does (protecting) media freedom mean to you?
⏲️[05:26] Q2 - What should the EU legislators do or do better to protect media freedom?
⏲️[13:58] Q3 - What are the pitfalls that EU legislators should avoid when trying to protect the media and its freedom?
⏲️[17:46] You have 2 minutes to deliver a message to the powers that be in the EU: make your case.
⏲️[22:03] Outro

📌About Our Guest
🎙️ Renate Schroeder | Director, European Federation of Journalists (EFJ)
🐦 https://twitter.com/renatemargot
🌐 EFJ Position on the European Media Freedom Act (Jan, 2023)
🌐 Joint Statement on the Proposal for the European Media Freedom Act (co-signed by EFJ)
🌐 European Federation of Journalists

Renate Schroeder is the Director of the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ). In 1993 she joined the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and since 2003 she works for the EFJ. Advocacy at EU and Council of Europe level; presentation of EFJ at international meetings, fact-finding media freedom missions; member of juries of journalistic prizes, project work and advisor of several EFJ expert groups on freelancers, media literacy and digital journalism, cover her work-load in the small dynamic Brussels office. Renate Schroeder studied International Relations and Political Science at Boston University (Bachelor’s Degree in 1988) and in Berlin at the Free University (Masters in 1992). She worked at the United Nations, New York, the research institute FAST in Berlin and the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation in Brussels before she joined the EFJ. She is of German nationality and speaks English, French, Italian, German and Spanish (passive)
1:1 with Renate Schroeder
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