Over three days, 140+ speakers from 35 countries engaged 1450+ participants in 59 sessions at the Forum, covering topics from the climate crisis and migration to AI advances and press freedom.
Digital transition, sustainability and security in spotlight on the last day of International Journalism Forum
On the final day of #iMEdDIJF23, we tackled media challenges globally: transitioning to the digital age, sustainability models, protection from digital threats, and covering the far-right.
AI's significance in journalism, its impact on climate inequality, and its role in shaping press freedom took centre stage during the second day of #iMEdDIJF23
On the iMEdD Forum's second day, contemporary journalism challenges were discussed, including an overlooked investigation on Greece and Europe's railways and a discussion about recent journalist murders in Greece.
Current and emerging media challenges at the heart of the first day of the International Journalism Forum 2023
At the iMEdD International Journalism Forum 2023, journalists from local and global outlets joined scientists, academics, and students on the inaugural day. They addressed urgent global issues impacting the current media landscape.
In a media world where information often turns into "infotainment" and journalism risks becoming tabloid-like, the SNF Dialogues event "Spectators or Citizens?" explored the relationship between media and civic engagement.
As the iMEdD International Journalism Forum 2023 approaches, we are excited to experience this gathering with you, where we can exchange ideas and concerns. Here is some useful information.
Here are some good reasons why you should mark your calendar for this year's event.
During the iMEdD International Journalism Forum 2023, we will be hosting a range of workshops tailored to enhance your journalism skills, broaden your horizons, and address the evolving challenges and opportunities in the world of journalism.
This year's event comes with its own handy app. The iMEdD Forum App offers tools to explore the agenda, see the speakers and the “Media Village”, plan your day, and engage with the community through discussions, surveys, polls, and more.
The iMEdD International Journalism Forum 2023 will be held from September 28 to 30 at the Athens Festival venue, located at 260 Peiraios Street in the Tavros district of Athens. Situated alongside the Athens School of Fine Art, the venue can be easily accessed and is well-signposted. The entrance will be through Polykratous street.