IREX Europe is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organisation providing innovative programmes to improve the quality of education, strengthen independent media, foster pluralistic civil society development, and reduce conflict. The IREX Europe approach emphasizes partnerships with local development organisations to expand capacity, build sustainable institutions and affect change through training, partnerships, education, research and grant programmes. ... Learn more about IREX Europe.
The International Journalism Festival is held annually in Perugia, Italy, and is considered to be one of the biggest media events in Europe. It attracts journalists, academics, students and Media agencies, who get free access to keynote talks, workshops and panel discussions on media in society.15 February 2017
The purpose of the meeting was to review the project objectives, expected results and activities, as well as tackling administrative, organizational and monitoring challenges and to finalise the project timeline.5 January 2017
Falesti Library Media Corner is opened, a great new resource for the local community and a testament to IREX Europe and the Novateca program, implemented by IREX in Moldova.23 December 2016
In the context of the initiative organized in collaboration with the ICOM (Institute of Communication) of the University Lyon 2 and RESACOOP Rhône-Alpes network support for international cooperation, the final session of the Directed Work -Improve your communication! - was held on Friday, 9th of December 2016, at the University Lyon 2, Campus Portes des Alpes in Bron.14 December 2016
Media Literacy was among 60 innovative services presented by libraries from the Novateca Network at a Partners Fair on December 9 at the National Library of Moldova. 48 libraries participated, with four libraries (Orhei, Fălești, Taraclia and Bravicea) showcasing their Media Literacy activities.14 December 2016
IREX Europe assists in the development of nations and peoples by providing services, programs, infrastructure and technologies that improve the quality of education, strengthen independent media, foster pluralistic civil society development, and reduce conflict.