During all YoungReporters projects, the results are centric, as special young pages in newspapers, blog entries or whole magazines. Sometimes the articles are a bit too long (or too many) for the printed version. Therefore, all projects and results can be found on www.jungereporter.eu/en/


Young Journalists at the Berlinale

„The festival in your eyes" is the slogan on which the Young Journalists of the Berlinale write about the section Generation.

berlin-baer30 children and youths between 11 and 16 years write reviews about the films show in the programmes Kplus and 14plus, take interviews with directors and actors in the festivals cinemas and write reportages, looking behind the scenes of the International Film Festival Berlin.
In my pre-Berlinale workshops they learn how to work as journalists in the Berlinale atmosphere.

www.jungejournalisten.berlinale.de link

Johannesburg with youth from the Township Diepsloot

At the 5th World Summit on Media for Children in Johannesburg (24. - 28.3.2007), media professionals from 88 countries have met. Every three years, this conference is about improving quality in media for children and youths.

At the 5th World Summit on Media for Children in Johannesburg (24. - 28.3.2007), media professionals from 88 countries have met. Every three years, this conference is about improving quality in media for children and youths.

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Young culture journalists at the Komische Oper Berlin

Komische Oper 'Young brings school newspaper reporters to the opera house

In this workshop project, youths aged 13 to 18 learn what a recension can look like, why writing reportages is the ultimate art in journalism and how a well-written portrait conjures a picture in the reader's mind.
The young people write about topics in the ongoing program that matter to them, from their personal point of view, with their own emphasis.
They discover new interests, their independence is important. But of course they get help with their rechereche and feedback to their texts at any time. The youths interview directors, actors and dramatic advisors and write portraits. Or they visit a rehersal and write a reportage about it. Or they come to a premiere and write as young professional reviewers.
They print their texts in their school newspapers and also in the Magazine of the Komische Oper, "komisch".