In memory of a courageous colleague

The members of the Press Club would like to express their horror for the violent death on October 16th of the courageous Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia killed by a car bomb while she was driving near her home in Malta. Daphne was an investigative journalist and a blogger. She died minutes after posting her last blog post. She had been active in the Panama Papers investigation into co...
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Brexit, No Exit. Why (in the End) Britain Will Not Leave Europe

On the 11th of October, the Press Club Brussels Europe organized a book launch by the author Denis MacShane ‘Brexit, No Exit. Why (in the End) Britain Will Not Leave Europe’ published by IB Tauris Denis MacShane is a former UK Europe Minister under Tony Blair, who wrote an earlier book in January 2015 ‘Brexit: How Britain will leave Europe’. That book controversially predicted the outcome...
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Maria Laura Franciosi (Founding Chair)

The Press Club Brussels Europe will launch on the 20th of November is new International Communication Platform for Culture in Brussels starting from 2018. This will coincide with the European Year of the Cultural Heritage and will be the occasion for many initiatives planned by the Press Club on the occasion of its presidency of the International Association of Press Clubs for 1918 and 1919. In...
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Presentation of the campaign for the European Union’s Outermost Regions label

On 21st of September, 2017, Europe’s Outermost Regions (OMR) organised the an event to present the promotion campaign for the European Union’s Outermost Regions label  Did you know that we produce bananas in Europe? It might seem more obvious that we grow melons, tomatoes and avocados. But like bananas, these products, as well as pineapples, sugar and lychees, sometimes come from the Outermos...
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Presentation of the UNCTAD Report

The UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) Report 2017 was presented on Thursday 14 September at the Press Club Brussels Europe in Brussels by Isabelle Durant, a former Belgian deputy premier and vice-president of the European Parliament (Ecolo/Green-EFA group), now deputy secretary general of UNCTAD and Alex Izurieta, senior economist at UNCTAD.
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EFJ – ETUI conference about the precarious state of journalism

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) and the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) organised on the 26th of June a join conference about the precarious state of journalism There appears to be no end in view to the crisis gripping the mainstream media, the profit statements of the various media groups are far from the only pitiful sight, and information professionals are also feeling the...
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