The latest Journalism Talk focuses on the distrust permeating democracy and journalism
Edwy Plenel, journalist and founder of Médiapart, was at IHECS on Friday 15 December for the second Journalism Talk of the academic year. The theme of this conference: "the distrust permeating democracy and journalism"
Nordine Nabili at IPSI Tunis for a workshop week
The President of our Journalism Master programme visited IPSI Tunis to lead a week of intensive audiovisual production.
IHECS at the 31st edition of the Reporters Without Borders Press Freedom Awards
On 28 November, IHECS students convened at the Le Palace cinema in Brussels to follow the 31st edition of the Reporters Without Borders (RSF) Press Freedom Awards.
Wilson Fache wins the 2023 Albert Londres Prize!
Former Journalism student (2015) Wilson Fache is the first Belgian to win the prestigious Albert Londres Written Journalism Prize.
The Journalism department focuses in AI for its first Talk of the year
The Journalism department held its inaugural Journalism Talk of the academic year on 16 November, exploring the development of artificial intelligence and its impact on editorial methods.
IHECS welcomes 18 trainees from 6 different partner countries!
We are delighted to welcome 18 trainees who will improve their skills in the communication and journalism professions!
IHECS hosted the latest ARES event!
We were delighted to host the ARES Development Cooperation Commission at IHECS for their latest event.
Frédéric Moens on assignment in Madagascar
From 20 to 26 August, Frédéric Moens visited Madagascar as part of an institutional support mission developed by ARES
An IHECS delegation to Rabat
From 10 to 17 August, an IHECS management delegation visited Rabat as part of IHECS Africa and the end of their first university cycle in communication and journalism organised jointly by the two institutions.
IHECS honoured at the launch party of the ARES academic and scientific cooperation programme
On Tuesday 4 July, IHECS was represented by two former interns at the launch evening of the ARES 2022-2027 academic and scientific programme "La place des savoirs dans le développement" ("The place of knowledge in development").