From 15 to 30 May Faber hosts professionals working on new directions that journalism is taking.
In Olot you have to lose yourself to find the way back.
Residents have exchanged experiences and they have also shared their knowledge with Catalan citizens in schools, institutes and cultural centers.
La Residència Faber d’Olot ha iniciat des del cap de setmana passat una estada de 21 periodistes a la capital de la Garrotxa.
Faber acull durant dues setmanes periodistes per a reflexionar sobre el paper del periodisme al segle XXI.
Faber d’Olot ja assoleix els seus objectius en el seu primer cursi el retorn a l’entorn social del país són els aspectes més rellevants del primer curs de funcionament d’aquest equipament.
The Catalan journalist Guido Cengiarotti has talked about journalism and fake news Castell d’Estela institute (Amer).
The emergence and spread of Internet and social networks have caused a great effect on the media and the concepts in which journalism of the last twenty years has developed.
Talk: “I’m 15 years old and I don’t like today’s journalism: How can we make visible issues and learn to be critical?”
Laia Seró Moreno | Petit Plançó school | 19 May 2017 Laia Seró Moreno is journalist and member of the journalism action collective SomAtents, has given a talk to the third Secondary’s students of Petit Plançó school today, Friday 19 May. — «Which newspapers you read?»...
Carles Palacio and Helena Roura, membres of SomAtents, journalists group, gave a workshop to Photography’s students of Escola d’Arts i Disseny d’Olot in the context of their stay in Faber.
Roundtable: “It is possible another journalism? Agreement and society in journalism of the century twenty-one”
We know that journalism has helped to know and also to curb many abuses of power, but has also worked as a transmission belt of many undemocratic powers, powers that have encouraged inequality or totalitarianism.
Talk: “What does be journalist means and difficulties in practicing this profession in a context of insecurity”
Laia Seró and Gerardo Santos, journalists and members of the journalism action collective SomAtents, talked at the Bosc de la Coma institute (Olot) yesterday afternoon.
Joan Soler Jiménez, archivist and records manager, tried to assess how the media uses original documents to justify some of the most important news generated by the political process to achieve a sovereign state in Catalonia.