Greece, Stockholm and Europe. The press and communication

Editor in the Health Communication Unit at the ECDC – the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. It is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and the closing date is today. I have not applied for this position because I think I have no professional experience of editing texts in English.

East Midlands. Director of Communications, Development and Marketing at the University of Lincoln in the East Midlands, Lincolnshire, the UK. The deadline is today.

21.05.10 – Thessaloniki. Expert in Research and Comparative Analysis on Education and Training at the Cedefop, European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training. The place where you could work is Thessaloniki, in Greece, and the deadline is today.

Watford. Press and Communications Coordinator at the West Herts College in Watford, United Kingdom. The closing date is today- as for the job offers below –  and I have not applied as an experienced PR professional is needed.  I am not a PR professional.

Greater London. Event Co-ordinator in Central London.

Leeds. Publicity and Communications Co-ordinator for the Groundwork.

Sussex. Diocesan Communications Officer at the Diocese of Chichester in West Sussex.

Brussels. One Human Resources Officer in Belgium at the TEN-T EA, Trans-European Transport Network Executive Agency.

Luxembourg. Director at the European Parliament. You could work at the Legal Service, Directorate for Institutional and Parliamentary Affairs.

UK, radio stations and music. Do you listen to BBC Asian Network (videos) or 6 Music (videos)?

No sound for Asian Britain? Save the BBC Asian Network! From a blog and a deejay:

Trust has received 1000 complaints to keep Asian Network open. This is ridiculous. The station is key to the Asian music scene.  Seems apathy has reared it’s ugly head in regards to Save BBC Asian Network. Come on everyone, we can do better than 1000 complaints. EMAIL srconsultation@bbc.co.uk NOW to Save BBC Asian Network. Just be honest. Keep it simple or state your reasons for not closing it down.

Blog. Why signing up to my blog? To read someting else about music, pop and Christina Aguilera. Please see the right side of this page.

My profiles in NetLog, Plurk, I Like, Bebo, Friendfeed, Twitter and Facebook.

Music. A playlist of mine with songs by Lily Allen (Fuck You), David Guetta featuring Kid Cudi (Memories) and Amy Macdonald (Don’t Tell Me That It’s Over).

Vanilla icecream, Vanilla Toffee Crunch and Chunky Monkey

Vanilla Bean, Strawberries & Cream, Double Chocolate, Mango & Passion Fruit Madness, Lemon Meringue, Cappuccino and Sticky Toffee Fudge

Mango & Banana Smoothie, Banana & Strawberry Smoothie, Frozen Yogurt, Cappuccino and Chocolate Icecream

Opera, an European browser, and Mozilla, Linux and Apple

Spreadthesign, the sign language dictionary. European Commission – Education & Training

Friday May 21, 2010

updated on Monday May 24, 2010

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Ray Gosling, BBC’s Inside Out, Nottinghamshire and East Midlands

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Ray Gosling, BBC’s Inside Out, Nottinghamshire Police and East Midlands.

26.04.10 – Video. The video contest “There’s much to do!” with the deadline fixed for Monday, May 31.

Internet. My profiles in I Like and Bebo.

10.02.09 – Eluana Englaro. Apart from the Italian and the German-speaking media, the story of Eluana Englaro has also got the attention of the New York Times which refers of a statement of the Italian Bishops Association that fears a case of euthanasia, which is illegal in Italy.

Founded suspects of euthanasia. Euronews refers also to euthanasia and the institutional battle in Italy.

A journalist. These articles seem to me quite good, while I do not like the approach of the Financial Times in an article. The word “provokes” is used in the title and the word interprets the matter in quite not a good way. Crisis is not the correct word like conflict and I do not understand why the journalist is in Venice and not in Udine or, better, in Rome. The journalist gets to the point when he adds the particular that Giorgio Napolitano, Italy’s president, is a former communist and is wrong when he refers to the “dignity” of Beppino Englaro, an opinion that becomes a fact for the author of the text. Furthermore there are many former parliamentarian with different opinions, as Guy Dinmore should know, and also “non-secular” Italians opposed to “secular” Italians, but I must add he ends his text effectively about Vatican Radio and its cancelled discussion. Moreover, there are some mistakes about which I would refer later on in this article by Jeff Israeli in the Time’s websites and in this one by Nick Squires in The Telegraph and in an another one by the Bbc.

Thursday February 5, 2009

updated on Monday April 26, 2010

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