The association Sur les pas d’Albert Londres has been organizing itinerant seminars with young French or foreign students in journalism, communication, audiovisual or multimedia for 5 years.

The “Young reporters from the Balkans and South-Eastern Europe in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region” will take place from November 10 to 25, 2018, in the heart of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, from the city of Lyon, capital of the Gauls and a mecca for French gastronomy, to Vichy, Queen of the water cities, passing through the birthplace of the Bourbon dynasty that ruled France. The theme will be: “The natural, cultural, gastronomic, historical and industrial heritage: an asset for the development of the territories! »

It will be the opportunity for the young reporters to make written, photographic, radio and audiovisual reports which will be promoted on the association’s website: http://www.sur-les-pas-d-albert-londres.fr, which includes all the articles and reports made during the previous itineraries, and in the Balkan and French press. A travel notebook illustrated by a notebook artist and composed of the articles realized will be published. A DVD including the video reports will be edited.

The young reporters, accompanied by French professionals from the fields of journalism, image and multimedia, will be able to put their skills at the service of the project, which will allow them to perfect their experience in the field, which will be very rewarding for their professional career. Meetings and exchanges between journalists and multimedia professionals will take place throughout the project on the practice of the profession and freedom of the press.

Through the various meetings, this operation will allow exchanges of experience with professionals, an approach to the enhancement of urban and rural areas and the development of heritage in all its dimensions.

The project “Young Reporters from the Balkans and Southeast Europe in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region” will begin at Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport on November 10, 2018 and will end at Lyon Saint Exupéry airport on November 25, 2018. We will take care of all the logistics, as well as board and lodging from the airport on the day of departure to the airport on the day of return. The association asks for a financial participation of 100,00 € per participant for the whole stay.

General desired profile of participants :

– Age of candidates between 18 and 30 years old
– Be a professional audio, written or video journalist
– Be a student in journalism, communication or audio-visual and multimedia, already with experience
– To have a study project related to journalism and communication: to prepare a school or university of journalism or communication.
– Language of roaming: French. English may be used if necessary
– Good interpersonal skills, initiative and organizational skills
– Availability of candidates from November 10 to 25, 2018 for travel in France, in the heart of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.

Candidates must apply in one of the following disciplines: written, video, web and photo If you are interested in this adventure, you can apply by sending a CV and a cover letter before June 30, 2018 by email to President of the association “In the footsteps of Albert London” at the following address: albertlondresvichy@gmail.com.
A selection will be made in order to find the most homogeneous group. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope to see you soon on ” Young Reporters from the Balkans and South-East Europe “.

Provisional program:

November 10: Arrival of the participants in Lyon, capital of the Gauls and a Mecca of French gastronomy. Installation and presentation of the program,

November 11th – November 14th: Preparation and Meetings in the Lyon metropolis, Meetings with the press club of Lyon, the press and journalists, monitoring and reporting on emblematic heritage sites in the Lyon region. Participation in events of the itinerant French-speaking forum which takes place at the same period,

15 November – 17 November: Departure for Thiers. Discovery of the Livradois WebTV and the initiatives of the city of Thiers and the Livradois Forez Park in the field of cultural, natural and industrial heritage. Production of reports, particularly on the development and rehabilitation of industrial heritage.

18-24 November (accommodation in Vichy),

November 18: Departure for Vichy and installation. Afternoon, Reports in Lapalisse, meeting with Jacques de Chabannes, visit of the castle. And exchanges on the valorization and promotion of the historical heritage in the service of the city.

November 19: Moulins, capital of Bourbonnais. Reports on the heritage of the Bourbons (the badly coiffed) and museum of the city (MIJ, Maison Mantin). Visit of the CNCS. Convivial evening with the cooperation and solidarity organizations of the Allier department.

November 20: On the birthplace of the Bourbon dynasty that ruled France. Reports on the historical heritage (castles and priory of Souvigny, “great Romanesque sanctuary of Auvergne”). Meeting with Prince Charles-Henry de Lobkowicz, descendant of the Bourbons and whose great aunt was the last empress of Austria-Hungary, Empress Zita. Castle of Fourchaud and Old Bostz

November 21: Clermont-Ferrand, visit and meeting with the leaders and journalists of the group Centre-France La Montagne. Meeting with the Auvergne press club, with the television channel France3. Exchanges on the job of journalists and on the life of a regional television and a regional daily newspaper.

November 22nd-24th: Reports on Vichy, the queen of water cities and its thermal and historical heritage. November 25th: Departure for Lyon St Exupéry airport.

The association Sur les pas d’Albert Londres has been organizing itinerant seminars with young French or foreign students in journalism, communication, audiovisual or multimedia for 5 years.

The “Young reporters from the Balkans and South-Eastern Europe in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region” will take place from November 10 to 25, 2018, in the heart of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, from the city of Lyon, capital of the Gauls and a mecca for French gastronomy, to Vichy, Queen of the water cities, passing through the birthplace of the Bourbon dynasty that ruled France. The theme will be: “The natural, cultural, gastronomic, historical and industrial heritage: an asset for the development of the territories! »

It will be the opportunity for the young reporters to make written, photographic, radio and audiovisual reports which will be promoted on the association’s website: http://www.sur-les-pas-d-albert-londres.fr, which includes all the articles and reports made during the previous itineraries, and in the Balkan and French press. A travel notebook illustrated by a notebook artist and composed of the articles realized will be published. A DVD including the video reports will be edited.

The young reporters, accompanied by French professionals from the fields of journalism, image and multimedia, will be able to put their skills at the service of the project, which will allow them to perfect their experience in the field, which will be very rewarding for their professional career. Meetings and exchanges between journalists and multimedia professionals will take place throughout the project on the practice of the profession and freedom of the press.

Through the various meetings, this operation will allow exchanges of experience with professionals, an approach to the enhancement of urban and rural areas and the development of heritage in all its dimensions.

The project “Young Reporters from the Balkans and Southeast Europe in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region” will begin at Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport on November 10, 2018 and will end at Lyon Saint Exupéry airport on November 25, 2018. We will take care of all the logistics, as well as board and lodging from the airport on the day of departure to the airport on the day of return. The association asks for a financial participation of 100,00 € per participant for the whole stay.

General desired profile of participants :

– Age of candidates between 18 and 30 years old
– Be a professional audio, written or video journalist
– Be a student in journalism, communication or audio-visual and multimedia, already with experience
– To have a study project related to journalism and communication: to prepare a school or university of journalism or communication.
– Language of roaming: French. English may be used if necessary
– Good interpersonal skills, initiative and organizational skills
– Availability of candidates from November 10 to 25, 2018 for travel in France, in the heart of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region.

Candidates must apply in one of the following disciplines: written, video, web and photo If you are interested in this adventure, you can apply by sending a CV and a cover letter before June 30, 2018 by email to President of the association “In the footsteps of Albert London” at the following address: albertlondresvichy@gmail.com.
A selection will be made in order to find the most homogeneous group. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope to see you soon on ” Young Reporters from the Balkans and South-East Europe “.

Provisional program:

November 10: Arrival of the participants in Lyon, capital of the Gauls and a Mecca of French gastronomy. Installation and presentation of the program,

November 11th – November 14th: Preparation and Meetings in the Lyon metropolis, Meetings with the press club of Lyon, the press and journalists, monitoring and reporting on emblematic heritage sites in the Lyon region. Participation in events of the itinerant French-speaking forum which takes place at the same period,

15 November – 17 November: Departure for Thiers. Discovery of the Livradois WebTV and the initiatives of the city of Thiers and the Livradois Forez Park in the field of cultural, natural and industrial heritage. Production of reports, particularly on the development and rehabilitation of industrial heritage.

18-24 November (accommodation in Vichy),

November 18: Departure for Vichy and installation. Afternoon, Reports in Lapalisse, meeting with Jacques de Chabannes, visit of the castle. And exchanges on the valorization and promotion of the historical heritage in the service of the city.

November 19: Moulins, capital of Bourbonnais. Reports on the heritage of the Bourbons (the badly coiffed) and museum of the city (MIJ, Maison Mantin). Visit of the CNCS. Convivial evening with the cooperation and solidarity organizations of the Allier department.

November 20: On the birthplace of the Bourbon dynasty that ruled France. Reports on the historical heritage (castles and priory of Souvigny, “great Romanesque sanctuary of Auvergne”). Meeting with Prince Charles-Henry de Lobkowicz, descendant of the Bourbons and whose great aunt was the last empress of Austria-Hungary, Empress Zita. Castle of Fourchaud and Old Bostz

November 21: Clermont-Ferrand, visit and meeting with the leaders and journalists of the group Centre-France La Montagne. Meeting with the Auvergne press club, with the television channel France3. Exchanges on the job of journalists and on the life of a regional television and a regional daily newspaper.

November 22nd-24th: Reports on Vichy, the queen of water cities and its thermal and historical heritage. November 25th: Departure for Lyon St Exupéry airport.