Below please find a wide range of coverage that was written about the ENJN closing conference:
- An overview of the first day of the conference can be found in: ENJN closing conference: main takeaways – Day 1 by Sueli Brodin
- An overview of the second day of the conference can be found in: ENJN closing conference: main takeaways – Day 2 by Sueli Brodin
- One of the main topics discussed at the conference centered around the question, “Who is a journalist?”. Read: In the aftermath of the Arab Spring revolutions, journalists ask: “Who is a journalist?” by Sueli Brodin
- Another question that was raised at the conference was whether or not social media and the Arab Spring had changed world politics. Read: Springing into action: have social media and the Arab Spring reshaped world politics? by Hanna McLean
- Panelist Eric Karstens wrote on the topic of transition countries and what is in store for them in the future. In his article, The EU, its neighbours, and journalism revolution, he touches on issues surrounding journalism and the media and highly questions the probability of a journalism revolution.
- Conference moderator Samira Ahmed addresses issues regarding ‘press unfreedom’ in her article entitled, Fighting press unfreedom: Lessons form the Iron Curtain for the Arab Spring.
- An article was posted on menafn.com entitled Journalists discuss problems of Egyptian mass media. The article provides a bit of a different perspective from the rest.