Editorial blog archive
- Introducing the New Reporters of the TH!NK Revamped Project!
- RIO+20 must build a new economic order
- New TH!NK Project Seeks Multimedia Reporters
- The Winners of the CL!CK ABOUT IT Worldwide Photography Competition Have Been Chosen!
- The Winner of the Drawing for the TH!NK ABOUT IT Survey is Announced…and More!
- CL!CK3 Worldwide Photography Competition Launches!
- Welcome to the Evolution of TH!NK ABOUT IT!
- TH!NK3: Developing World Winner’s Trip to Kenya!
- Partner Updates: Winners of ViewChange Contest
- The Evolution Continues!
- Africa Trip Details Released!
- TH!NK3 New York City Trip Winners Announced!
- Making crisis mapping easier
- Cameroon: Kick Maternal Mortality Out of the Country!
- “Music against poverty” 2010: get your message out!
- CL!CK AND TH!NK WINNERS…..round one!
- Embedding radio in the community
- Multimedia and mobile in India
- European Summit is only a few days away: pressure mounts to score the MDGs
- Access to Education
- Is Electricity a Privilege or a Right?
- New U.N. Campaign Pushes EU Leaders to Take Action
- The price of seeking a job and a better life
- The Strength of a woman
- Filming malnutrition in a paradox of plenty
- Bill and Melinda Gates’ new addition to online MDG awareness campaings
- Sanitation - a S-word we should talk more about
- Urbanization and Development
- Gearing up for Mali
- Empowerment of Women in Africa
- A little Perugian inspiration
- The historic charge of the mobile phone
- Bridging the gaps with social translation
- Self-sufficiency and sustainability through micro-credits
- Net vibes in Belarus
- Climate Change – the ultimate in unsustainable, one-sided and unjust development?
- Activated by information
- Unbelievable Lebanon
- Wrapping up and looking ahead…
- Germany’s new development policies… and the Minister’s hat
- TH!NK3: Developing World welcomes participants and readers to the platform!
- TH!NKers move on to TH!NK3: Developing World
About the editors
- Ruth Spencer (EJC)
Ruth Spencer is a journalist, Editor, producer and hails from Montreal, Canada. She has worked for the European Journalism Centre since September 2008 and has edited all three rounds of TH!NK ABOUT IT. She has production experience in print media, theatre and broadcast television. She tweets via @thinkteam and is currently based in Toronto.
- Guy Degen
Guy Degen is an Australian freelance journalist and is based in Germany. He travels widely contributing stories to international broadcasters and is regularly commissioned by UN agencies as a multimedia producer. Guy writes for the Frontline Club blog and tweets via @fieldreports. Guy also trains journalists in multimedia skills and mobile journalism.
New TH!NK Project Seeks Multimedia Reporters
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