5th WJEC in Paris – a huge success

The 5th World Journalism Education Congress took place at the Université Paris-Dauphine | PSL, in France, from July 9th to July 11th 2019. It reunited more than 600 participants, professors, researchers, professionals, and representatives of journalism schools from 70 countries.

It was the first time that the World Journalism Education Congress was organized in France. The Paris-Dauphine Journalism School, the Institut Pratique du Journalisme Dauphine | PSL (IPJ Dauphine | PSL) organized the event in collaboration with the Réseau Théophraste of francophones journalism schools and the Conférence des Ecoles de Journalisme (CEJ).

During the Congress the Paris Declaration on Freedom of Journalism Education was signed by Joe Foote, Founder and President of the World Journalism Education Council and Pascal Guénée, the director of IPJ Dauphine-PSL in the company of Isabelle Huault, the President of the Université Paris-Dauphine | PSL and Marie-Christine Lemardeley, the deputy Mayor of Paris.

WJEC Paris program is available online : here.

Watch some sessions in replay, here.

Read about WJEC in the Press : here.