Student Freelance Vacancy at ECMI: Website Editing and Maintenance

ECMI-OrganizationalECMI offers a freelance position for students with experience in Expression Engine to edit and maintain an online project.

Applicants with the following backgound are invited to apply for a vacancy:

  • Experience in working with Expression Engine,
  • Very good English in writing and speaking,
  • Willingness to develop the existing structures and work according to our requirements
  • Flexibility, availability and reliability

The successful candidate will be involved in development of the Minority Map and Timeline of Europe (MMTE), mainly in terms of adjusting the backend of an online platform to the poject needs and adjusting frontend design while maintaining the website in the working process.

About MMTE:

The Minority Map and Timeline of Europe (MMTE),  is an online interactive and hands-on research tool that provides an impartial perspective and evaluation of minorities, minority issues, and minority-majority relations within all states and regions of Europe. The MMTE is an ongoing flagship project of the European Centre for Minority Issues, with the research and entry writing of the MMTE being divided into three phases. In the first phase, the Minority-Country Maps provide a sweeping examination of the countries and minority communities residing there. The second phase adds further details through the Minority-Country Timelines by highlighting key events and periods concerning minority-majority relations. The third phase comprises both the Minority Portraits and Country Portraits, which act together as a comprehensive evaluation of the state of affairs concerning the country governments and minorities.

Applications including a CV and 3-5 websites that showcase your work/expertise should be sent to mmte@ecmi.de by 15 October 2014.

See the detailed announcement in English and German on ECMI webpage

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ECMI seeks communications consultant

ECMI-OrganizationalThe European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) invites applications for a consultant position as International Communications Officer. We are looking for someone to help us raise our online presence and relations with international media as well as help us ensure our communication is of a high quality and makes an impact. ECMI is committed to working for the improvement of the situation of Europe’s national and ethnic autochthonous minorities through heightened awareness of minority rights and minority issues among all relevant actors.

Responsibilities

The consultant will be in charge of disseminating in English about our work and activities to our international network and partners, stakeholders as well as our followers. This is currently done through our InfoChannel and digital media taking direction from our mandate and mission. S/he will incorporate dissemination about activities at our regional offices in Georgia and Kosovo as well as organize dissemination from our Eastern Partnership Programme and other trans-regional projects. In addition, s/he will be in charge of our annual organizational publications in cooperation with local service contractors and the ECMI Secretariat. S/he will work with individual researchers developing their research results into communication outputs, and s/he will tail our project staff in the field disseminating about selected activities and cooperation with partners. The communications officer will participate in revising our current communications strategy, adjusting it to new activities in our work and new trends in communication. S/he will cooperate with our local/national communications consultant on cross-fertilization of events and news. Occasionally, s/he will be asked to provide advice on specific communication strategies for projects. The consultant will be required to travel throughout continental Europe. S/he reports to the ECMI Director.

Skills / Knowledge

Candidates are required to document a degree in journalism or media-related studies with some social science knowledge as well as work experience from media-related positions. S/he has an excellent understanding of communications, web, publications and media strategies and a good understanding of project management in relation to online and print production processes and systems. S/he has knowledge of international print and broadcast media. Experience of working internationally and in a cross-cultural environment is required. S/he has a track record of managing information flows as well as producing and managing web content. Experience with international media strategizing is an asset. Prior knowledge from the field of minority issues and the European minority rights regime is desired. Proficiency of English is a must, a good knowledge of Russian an asset. Residence in Flensburg is not a requirement.

The successful candidate is a flexible person, who is able to handle a complex and varied workload against internal and external deadlines across the organization; who has the capacity to listen actively to people from varying backgrounds and with a range of political, cultural, and value orientations, to understand their point of view, and to respond both clearly and sensitively; who has the ability to make decisions efficiently and to know when to consult; who has the ability to inspire, educate and motivate colleagues on communication issues; who is willing to adapt to changing priorities and to be self-servicing, with a proven ability to work as part of a team as well as independently; who will be willing to discuss and resolve problems with colleagues and partners as they arise and in a constructive and open manner; who will work irregular hours on occasions and travel internationally and most of all who has sympathy with and commitment to ECMI’s mission, values and working methods.

A consultant contract for initially 12 months is offered. The ECMI is a German-Danish intergovernmental foundation under private German law which governs the contract conditions. ECMI is an equal opportunities institution and strives to achieve parity between women and men thus explicitly welcoming applications from women as well as from candidates of any social, racial or ethnic background. ECMI is a non-smoking environment.

About us

ECMI is an international cross-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary research and competence institution working directly with governments, civil society and international organisations in Europe. ECMI aims to provide governments and the public debate with relevant information and analysis as well as to influence the European agenda-setting in the area of minority politics. In collaboration with our field offices in Georgia and Kosovo and in co-operation with academic institutions, ECMI conducts applied research, training and advisory services in the area of minority-majority relations. ECMI also co-operates with local universities and ECMI research staff teaches relevant courses.

We offer an international and multilingual working environment with varied tasks and opportunities for travel. Our management structure is flat with a high degree of independence in staff positions and opportunity to influence the work of the institution. We value openness, dialogue and team-spirit and focus on excellence, flexibility and mutual respect. ECMI is located in Flensburg, at the German-Danish border (www.flensburg.de).

Application details

Interested applicants are asked to submit a CV and any relevant material to document their knowledge and experience. Application material should be marked “International Communications Consultant”. It may be sent electronically to Ms. Maj-Britt Risbjerg Hansen (Hansen@ecmi.de) no later than 10.10. 2014. Short-listed candidates may be invited for interviews.

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Call for Papers: Implications for Social Inclusion of Roma

Inclusion of Roma - European Centre for Minority IssuesThe journal Social Inclusion calls for contributions for an issue on social inclusion of Roma. ECMI represented by Dr Eben Friedman is guest editor of the issue.

A coming issue of Social Inclusion will have the title Talking about Roma: Implications for Social Inclusion. Authors interested in submitting a paper for this special issue are kindly asked to consult the Instructions for Authors of the journal and to send their abstracts by email to Mr. António Vieira on antonio.vieira @ cogitatiopress.com

Abstracts are to be forwarded between 1 and 8 October 2014, while full papers must be forwarded between 26 January and 1 February 2015.

Addressing today’s Roma discourse

Talking about Roma: Implications for Social Inclusion will address various aspects of the relationship between discourses on and the social inclusion of Roma.

The contributions to this special issue must critically examine current public discourses ostensibly aimed at promoting the social inclusion of Roma, attending to the liabilities of these discourses and exploring possible alternatives for avoiding backsliding on human rights commitments.

At present, while official discourse calling for the elimination of Roma – whether through mass killing or by abolishing cultural distinctions – has largely given way to approaches explicitly aimed at inclusion and emphasizing Roma’s rights as individuals and as members of a minority or tying future improvements in the situation of Roma to economic benefits for entire societies, the coexistence of these two types of ostensibly more inclusive approaches is not necessarily an easy one.

Moreover, both are arguably compatible with debates on the possibility and desirability of the social inclusion of Roma.

Roma related titles from European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI), 2011-2014

Vizi, Balázs. 2011, The Hungarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union: Focus on the Neighbourhood and on a European Roma Strategy, Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe 10, no. 1: 123-34.

European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo. 2012. Minority Communities in the 2011 Kosovo Census Results: Analysis and Recommendations. Prishtina: European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo.

European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo. 2012. Segregated Education in Kosovo. Prishtina: European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo.

European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo. 2012. Vulnerable and Marginalised Groups in Kosovo: A Legal Handbook. Prishtina: European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo.

European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo. 2013. Segregation in Education in the Municipality of Gjakovë/Đakovica. Prishtina: European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo.

Pancaldi, Valentina. 2013. Promoting the Economic Empowerment of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian Women in Kosovo. Prishtina: European Centre for Minority Issues Kosovo.

Racles, Andreea, Belonging, houses and Roma women from southern Romania. An anthropological approach. Flensburg: European Centre for Minority Issues.

Tremlett, Annabel, and Aidan McGarry. 2013. Challenges Facing Researchers on Roma Minorities in Contemporary Europe: Notes towards a Research Program. Flensburg: European Centre for Minority Issues.

Friedman, Eben. 2013. Education in Member State Submissions under the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies. Flensburg: European Centre for Minority Issues.

Popova, Zora, Roma Inclusion: A Feasible EU Project. Flensburg: European Centre for Minority Issues.

 

ECMI Roma in FocusECMI’s work on and with Roma is described more thoroughly in this booklet.

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Billeder fra Georgien

Natela GrigalashviliUdstillingen ”Ethnic Minorities in Georgia” af den georgiske fotograf Natela Grigalashvili viser det multikulturelle Georgien med dets væld af forskellige befolkningsgrupper. Omkring 16 procent af Georgiens befolkning tilhører etniske mindretal. Landet huser over tyve større etniske mindretalssamfund. De udstillede værker dækker en række af dem, herunder armenere, yezedikurdere, assyrere, osseter,udi, jøder og roma. Udstillingen og den ledsagende bog er udgivet af European Centre for Minority lssues Caucasus og det georgiske parlaments udvalg for menneskerettigheder og civil integration. Når ECMI bringer udstillingen til rådhuset i Flensborg , er det i håb om at give de besøgende et inspirerende kig ind i det multikulturelle Georgien.

Natela Grigalashvili blev født i Khashuri i Georgien i 1965. Hendes biografi er rig og varieret, med mange aktiviteter, priser, udstillinger, og en vifte af forskellige arbejdserfaringer. Hun er mest kendt som fotograf og dekoratør.

Fotoserien om Georgiens etniske mindretal kan ses på rådhuset i Indgangshallen, Nord i Flensburg fra den 6. til 24. oktober.

Stadt Flensburg, Rathausplatz 1, 24931 Flensburg

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se yderlige her:

ECMI præsenterer Georgien-billeder på Flensborgs danske centralbibliotek

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Bilder aus Georgien

Natela GrigalashviliDie Ausstellung ”Ethnic Minorities in Georgia” von der georgischen Fotografin Natela Grigalashvili zeigt im Flensburger Rathaus die Vielfalt des multikulturellen Georgiens mit seinen mehr als zwanzig ethnischen Minderheiten. Rund 16 Prozent der Bevölkerung gehört zu einer dieser Bevölkerungsgruppen – u.a. Armenier, Yezedi-Kurden, Osseten, Awaren, Udinen, Juden und Roma. Die Ausstellung und das Begleitbuch wurden in Zusammenarbeit mit dem European Centre for Minority lssues Caucasus und des Ausschusses für Menschenrechte und Bürger-Einbindung des georgischen Parlaments vorbereitet. Den Besuchern der Ausstellung im Flensburger Rathaus soll ein Einblick in das multikulturelle Georgien gegeben werden.

Die Fotografin Natela Grigalashvili wurde 1965 in Khashuri in Georgien geboren. lhre Biographie ist geprägt von unterschiedlichen Tätigkeiten und Ausstellungen. Bekannt wurde sie vor allem durch ihre Arbeit als Fotografin und Raumgestalterin.

Die Foto-Ausstellung im Rathaus, Eingangshalle Nord kann zwischen dem 6. und 24. Oktober besucht werden.

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ECMI präsentiert Bilder aus Georgien in der Dänischen Zentralbibliothek in Flensburg

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ECMI Working Paper #79 Released

ECMI Publications“The Albanians in Macedonia: The Role of International Organizations in Empowering the Ethnic Albanian Minority”  by Christina Eva Griessler is now available online.

The paper analyses the measures taken by the agencies of the international community, i.e. EU, UN, OSCE and NATO during and after the 2001 conflict in the Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) to promote the integration of the Albanian minority into the political system of Macedonia. When in spring 2001 a violent conflict erupted between the Macedonian security forces and the Albanian paramilitary National Liberation Army (NLA), the international community was quick to bring the most important political parties of Macedonia, including two Albanian parties, together to negotiate an agreement and to end the violence. The negotiations of the Ohrid Framework Agreement (OFA) with the support of the US and EU were successfully concluded in August 2001.

This paper will analyse the methods used by the international community to de-escalate the conflict and the approaches applied to overcome the difficult inter-ethnic relations in Macedonia, which were the cause of the crisis. The paper starts with a short description of the sensitive relationship between Slav Macedonians and the Albanians which emerged during the founding years of the state in the early 1990s. Moreover, the paper will identify elements of power-sharing and anti-discriminatory policies established in the OFA and promoted by the international agencies. In 2001 the inclusion and empowerment of the Albanian minority in Macedonia aimed to prevent the dissolution of the state and avoided an escalation of the conflict.

Download the ECMI Working Paper #79

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Read also:
ECMI Working Paper #58: Securing Implementation of the Ohrid Agreement through Concrete Policy Action: The ‘Policy Dialogue Initiative’

ECMI Report #20: NGO Roundtable on Interethnic Relations in the FYR of Macedonia

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Dialog Forum Norden gæster ECMI

KompagnietorDenne gang var ECMI vært for Dialog Forum Norden (DFN) mødet.

Mandag, den 22. september mødtes repræsentanter af det danske, tyske og frisiske mindretal, Roma og Sinti samt institutioner og organisationer der beskæftiger sig med mindretalsspørgsmål i Kompagnietor i Flensborg og talte om aktuelle emner i det dansk-tyske grænseland. Under ledelse af Renate Schnack, der er kommitteret for mindretalsanliggender af Land Schleswig-Holstein diskuterede medlemmerne i to timer.

Dialog Forum Norden byder på muligheden for at netværke indbyrdes og kan bidrage med at samle interesser, for gennem kooperation at nå mål i mindretalsspørgsmål og -politik. Mindretal overalt i Europa har brug for særlig beskyttelse og varetagelse af deres rettigheder. Dialog Forum Norden kan være med til målorienteret at henvise til problemstillinger med hensyn til mindretal.

Uafhængigheden af de enkelte organisationer og institutioner bliver dog opretholdt.

Forummet er tilknyttet den slesvig-holstenske landdag.

Yderlige informationer omkring DFN og de enkelte medlemmer

Dialog Forum Norden (22 September 2014, Kompagnietor)

Dialog Forum Norden (22 September 2014, Kompagnietor)

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Dialog Forum Norden zu Gast bei ECMI

KompagnietorDieses Mal war ECMI Gastgeber, als das Dialog Forum Norden (DFN) tagte.

Am Montag, 22. September, trafen sich Vertreter der deutschen und dänischen Minderheit, der Friesen und Roma-Sinti-Volksgruppe, sowie mit Minderheitenthemen befasste Institutionen und Organisationen im Kompagnietor in Flensburg und diskutierten zwei Stunden lang über aktuelle Themen im deutsch-dänischen Grenzland. Die Leitung der Runde hatte die Minderheitenbeauftragte des Landes Schleswig-Holstein, Renate Schnack.

Das Dialog Forum Norden bietet den Beteiligten, sich auszutauschen und gemeinsame Interessen zu bündeln, um durch Kooperation Ziele in Minderheitenfragen und -politik zu erreichen. Minderheiten, überall in Europa benötigen einen besonderen Schutz und Unterstützung bei der Wahrung ihrer Rechte. Das Dialog Forum Norden kann somit als eine Art Sprachrohr fungieren und gegebenenfalls zielorientiert auf Missstände oder Probleme hinweisen. Wichtig ist dabei, dass die Unabhängigkeit der einzelnen Organisationen und Institutionen gewahrt bleibt.

Das Forum ist dem schleswig-holsteinischen Landtag angegliedert.

Weitere Informationen zum DFN und den einzelnen Mitgliedern

Dialog Forum Norden (22 September 2014, Kompagnietor)

Dialog Forum Norden (22 September 2014, Kompagnietor)

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Dialogue Forum North guest at ECMI

KompagnietorThis time ECMI played host as the network DialogForumNorden (DFN) met.

On Monday, September 22, representatives of the German and Danish minorities, the Frisians and the Roma-Sinti ethnic group met along with minority issue institutions and organizations in Kompagnietor in Flensburg and discussed for two hours current issues of the German-Danish border region. The leader of this round was Renate Schnack, the Schleswig-Holstein Commissioner of the Minister-President for Minority Affairs.

The network Dialogue Forum North offers the parties the possibility to exchange views and to bring together common interests in order to achieve common goals through cooperation in questions regarding minority issues and policy. Minorities everywhere in Europe require special protection and support in safeguarding their rights. The DialogueForumNorden can thus act as a kind of mouthpiece and, when necessary, call special attention to grievances or problems. It is important that the independence of the individual organizations and institutions is maintained.

The Forum is affiliated to the Schleswig-Holstein Landtag .

More information about the DFN and the individual members

 

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ECMI Library Acquisitions – September 2014

ECMI Library NewsAs of September 2014, one can also find the following titles in the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) Library in Flensburg.

Abu-Nimer, Mohammed (ed.), Reconciliation, Justice and Coexistence. Lanham, Boulder and New York: Lexington books, 2001, 361 pp.
Appetizer and further data.

Bárdi, Nándo, Csilla Fedinec and László Szarka (eds.), Minority Hungarian Communities in the Twentieth Century. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011, 859 pp.
Appetizer and further data.

Bauer, Otto, The Question of Nationalities and Social Democracy. Minneapolis and London: University of Minnesota Press, 2000, 494 pp.
Appetizer and further data.

Brady, Henry E. and David Collier (eds.), Rethinking Social Inquiry. Diverse Tools, Shared Standards. 2d. ed. Lanham, Boulder and New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2010, 410 pp.
Appetizer and further data.

Get the complete acquisitions list for September 2014.

The ECMI Library is an independent collection of books, journals and grey literature of more than 3,000 items covering many aspects of minority issues.

The highly specialized collection offers public access to a variety of materials in more than twenty languages on inter-ethnic relations, language and cultural issues and ethnic conflict in Europe.

The Library is especially strong in the area of minority protection with regards to international law. It also includes a useful reference section and a considerable number of published and unpublished reports dealing with the subjects mentioned above.

In addition to this, the ECMI Library is unique in that it includes an ever-growing number of annual reports of Ombudsman offices around the world, which provide insight into the human rights situation in many countries.

Current periodical and newspaper subscriptions reflect the multidisciplinary nature of ECMI research.

Reference services are provided both in-house and for the general public. The ECMI Library is physically at Schiffbrücke 12 in Flensburg, Germany and online via the ECMI website.

 

 

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ECMI Working Paper #78 ist jetzt erschienen

ECMI PublicationsECMI Working Paper #78  by Dr. Tove Malloy has been released. The paper  talks about equality of Sinti and Roma in Schleswig-Holstein, describing the current legal framework. The article is published in German.

ECMI Working Paper #78 “Gleichheit der Sinti und Roma in Schleswig-Holstein” von Dr. Tove Malloy ist jetzt erschienen.

Dieser Artikel von Dr. Malloy untersucht den Gesetzgebungprozess zur Herstellung der versassungsmäßig garantierten Gleichheit von Sinti und Roma in Schleswig-Holstein. Es verfolgt die Entwicklungen im Landtag von den ersten Anträgen zur Ausweitung des Schutzes der Sinti und Roma über die verfassungsrechtliche Überprüfung bis hin zur endgültigen Verabschiedung der Änderung der Schleswig-Holsteinischen Verfassung im Jahr 2012. Dies ist eine chronologische Beschreibung, die auch die Debatten im Plenum des Schleswig-Holsteinischen Landtages untersucht. Ziel dieses Artikels ist es somit, die Dynamik der aktiven Minderheitenpolitik im heutigen Europa aufzuzeigen. Es wird argumentiert werden, dass die Parteipolitik die Minderheitenpolitik im Fall des Schutzes der Sinti und Roma eindeutig übertrumpft hat. Um das Thema in den richtigen Kontext zu setzen, werden die aktuellen gesetzlichen Rahmenbedingungen nationaler Minderheiten in Schleswig-Holstein kurz beschrieben und skizziert, wie die Sinti und Roma im Bundesland leben.

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“Equality of Sinti and Roma in Schleswig-Holstein” – Abstract in English:

This article examines the legislative process aimed at the establishment of the equality guaranteed to Sinti and Roma in the state constitution of Schleswig-Holstein. It trails the developments within the state parliament from the first drafts for an extended protection for Sinti and Roma, through the constitutional review up to the final approval of the change of the Schleswig-Holstein state constitution in 2012. It contains a chronological description including the examination of the debates led in the assembly of the state parliament. The aim of this paper is therefore to reveal the dynamics of the active minority policy in today’s modern Europe. It will argue that party policy surpassed minority policy in the case of Sinti and Roma protection. In order to put the issue into its relevant context, a short description of the legal framework for the minorities in Schleswig-Holstein will be given alongside a brief sketch of how Sinti and Roma live in the state.

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Presseabteilung neu aufgestellt

Angela JensenMinderheiten, überall in Europa benötigen einen besonderen Schutz und Unterstützung bei der Wahrung ihrer Rechte. Das zu erforschen und der Öffentlichkeit Informationen darüber zur Verfügung zu stellen, ist eine der Aufgaben des Instituts für Minderheiten-Fragen (ECMI) in Flensburg.

Mit seiner langjährigen Erfahrung und Kompetenz bietet ECMI seit 1996 nicht nur Regierungen in Krisenregionen Unterstützung, sondern arbeitet auch mit zahlreichen nationalen und internationalen Organisationen, Universitäten und Forschungseinrichtungen zusammen.

ECMI wird künftig noch häufiger über seine gesellschaftlich wichtige Aufgabe berichten und hat deshalb seine Presseabteilung neu aufgestellt. Zwei Mitarbeiter werden sich künftig um die Pressearbeit des Instituts kümmern, der Bereich wird in regional und überregional aufgeteilt.

Gerade hier in der deutsch-dänischen Grenzregion, die als modellhaft gilt, ist es wichtig, die Forschungsarbeit von ECMI bekannter und transparenter zu machen. Über die klassische Pressearbeit hinaus werden regelmäßig die sozialen Medien bedient. Darüber hinaus wird auch die Zusammenarbeit mit Bildungsinstitutionen erweitert, um gerade jungen Menschen über Minderheiten zu erzählen und die Arbeit von ECMI zu erklären.

Für die regionale Pressearbeit konnte Angela Jensen gewonnen werden. Sie verfügt über langjährige Erfahrungen in der grenzüberschreitenden Zusammenarbeit und wird ihre etablierten Kontakte zu Medien, Verwaltungen und in die Politik nutzen, um ECMI breiter aufzustellen und die Arbeit des Instituts in der deutsch-dänischen Region zu vermitteln.

Angela Jensen ist in Flensburg aufgewachsen. Sie machte 1986 ihr Abitur am dänischen Gymnasium Duborg Skolen und studierte an der Fachhochschule Flensburg Marketing. Später organisierte sie als Projektleiterin die Großveranstaltung „Sail 2000“ in Flensburg mit. Seit 2001 arbeitet Angela Jensen freiberuflich und hat sich auf deutsch-dänische Projekte, Presse- und Marketingarbeit spezialisiert. Sie ist u.a. Koordinatorin des deutsch-dänischen Medienprojektes Unter Nachbarn/Blandt Naboer, war im Team des Interreg-Projektes KulturDialog und Pressebeauftragte des Festivals folkBALTICA. Außerdem verfasst sie Artikel für das grenzüberschreitende Kulturmagazin Kulturfokus. Angela Jensen ist verheiratet und hat zwei Kinder (11 und 13 Jahre).

Das ECMI freut sich auf die Zusammenarbeit mit Angela Jensen.

Für den überregionalen Bereich sucht ECMI derzeit einen neuen Mitarbeiter. Die Anforderungen für diese Position können auf www.ecmi.de eingesehen werden. Bewerbungen bitte bis zum 10. Oktober an Maj-Britt Risbjerg Hansen hansen@ecmi.de.

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Kontakt Angela Jensen:
Email: jensen@ecmi.de
Homeoffice: +49 (0) 4630 937995
Mobil: +49 (0) 151 172 170 86

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