Journalism Briefing Fellowship

New York University's Center for War, Peace and the News Media is hosting an eight-day professional seminar for senior U.S. journalists March 21-29. Titled "Covering Economic and Monetary Union," topics will include EMU policy and politics; potential economic complications for different countries, regions and industries; the relationship between EMU and enlargement of the European Union; implications for U.S. economic policy; and trade and investment in Europe.Participation will be limited to 10 journalists, editors and producers to ensure maximum professional discourse. Preference will be given to editors and producers with responsibility for business and economic coverage. Registration, hotel, meals and travel between Washington, London, Brussels and Frankfurt will be provided. Participants are expected to cover travel to and from Washington, D.C., and all incidental expenses. Major funding is provided by the European Commission and the German Marshall Fund.Applicants should send curriculum vitae and a cover letter stating current responsibilities and professional interests before February 1, 1998, to the Center's Boston Office:Joanne Bowlby, Global Reporting Network Coordinator5 Upland Road, Suite 3Cambridge, MA 02140Tel: (617) 497-7377Fax: (617) 491-5344e-mail: joanne.bowlby@nyu.edu

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