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  • 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.

Editorial

Welcome to the Evolution of TH!NK ABOUT IT!

Published 14th June 2011 - 0 comments - 1823 views -

With the fifth and final round of TH!NK ABOUT IT having come to an end, it is time to start thinking about the next level. The TH!NK team is in the process of putting together a new and improved project and we need your help!

Take our survey and tell us how you want TH!NK ABOUT IT to evolve! We need your creative ideas to bring you a new exciting and challenging project.

One of the entrants will be awarded a 100 USD voucher (in the case of countries not covered by Amazon Global you will get 100USD money transfer). The prize will be drawn randomly.

Let’s TH!NK together!

Also, please keep in mind that in the meantime, we are launching the new round of the CL!CK ABOUT IT, an international photography competition with OXFAM beginning in July 2011. The three month international photography contest will focus on aid related issues and will be held prior to the G20 meeting that will take place in late November in France. Stay tuned for more information: www.clickaboutit.net

 

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