Le Journal International – support another way to cover the international events

Support a network of young correspondents and solidarity actors serving an alternative international news!

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Le Journal International – support another way to cover the international events

<p>For ten years, <a href="http://www.lejournalinternational.info/" target="_blank">Le Journal International</a> has given itself the mission to break with this information continuously, often suffocating. In order to provide the most reliable information, we rely on a large number of correspondents around the world. To date, our editorial staff numbers 70 people in France and some 30 other countries. These field editors have varied profiles, they are young and volunteers. They conduct their investigations and write about their free time, passion, desire to inform and transmit. <strong>To support us is to support them</strong>.</p> <p><img alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/593347/Annotation_2019-05-10_125503-1557485713.png" width="100%" /></p> <hr /> <h2 style="text-align:center">Complementary and non-competitive media</h2> <p>We reject any paraphrase of newspapers or mainstream media. We prefer to bring information that is overlooked or overflowed by traditional media. The articles on the Journal International website provide our readers with information that is often unpublished.</p> <p><strong>We do not want to compete with other media, but to be complementary</strong>. Where traditional media are content with factual treatment, our broad network of journalists in the field allows us to collect emotions, feelings, feelings. We strive to translate the proximity existing between our journalists and their sources directly to the reader in order to plunge him, alongside our teams, into the world as it is.</p> <p><img alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/593340/54521270_184054709232428_8624143194763821056_n-1557485093.jpg" width="100%" /></p> <p>This journal is entirely designed by students. First attached to the University of Lyon, he then took his independence while keeping the mode of operation of any media student and / or high school student, with the difference that it now exceeds the scale of the simple educational establishment. <strong>Without real financial means, we do everything to provide our readers with the best of international news</strong> and the keys to understanding the major issues of today and tomorrow.</p> <p><img alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/593338/533c0533-ff7e-4a05-ab33-b8e60c3e1740-1557484955.jpg" width="100%" /></p> <p><img alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/593941/15152eb9-0e75-4b61-a28d-d1e50d0035cc-1557742581.jpg" width="100%" /></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <h2 style="text-align:center">Recognized by peers!</h2> <p><br /> The success of the media is based on its strong network of contributors. Since its creation in 2008, the&nbsp; Journal International has been hailed by Le Progr&egrave;s (famous Lyonnais daily newspaper) as a &quot;quality newspaper&quot;, has received the second prize of the national competition &quot;Culture-actions&quot; in 2010, the Grand Prix Trophies of the Student at the Lyon student fair in 2011, the special &quot;Consumer&quot; prize at the Kal&eacute;ido&#39;scoop competition in 2014, then three other trophies of the same competition in 2017 and 2019. In parallel, ten magazines were published in version paper (with 3000 copies sold for the ninth issue).</p> <p><img alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/593341/Le_Progr_s_1-1557485121.png" width="100%" /></p> <p><img alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/593820/PartenairesJIbis-page-001-1557721891.jpg" width="100%" /></p> <p>But today, <strong>we need YOU, readers, to develop our media and support the media landscape of the independent press</strong> !</p>

Allocation of funds

<p>Because we operate on the basis of volunteering and we defend an independent business model (no editorial or ads on the site), we call on Internet users who wish, to support us.</p> <p>Currently, there are only two civic services in the media structure (web editor and head of translation). This is the minimum to ensure the survival of our website and our concept.</p> <p><img alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/593349/Organigramme-1557485763.png" width="100%" /></p> <p><strong>Your donations will allow us first and foremost to recruit a new civic service, for a period of 9 months, at the communication center</strong>. Supporting us is supporting all of our volunteer contributors. Their publications deserve more visibility. Their efforts deserve more recognition. A civic service in communication will help us to develop our media in this direction, so that our associative structure can value and reward as much as possible the involvement of our field editors!</p>


A big thank you, formalized on Facebook!


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We thank you officially on our Facebook page, followed by more than 13,000 people (https://www.facebook.com/lejournalinternational/) and you will appear in the possible visuals of thanks that will be linked (cover photo, Instagram, Twitter. ..)

Estimated delivery: July 2019

Previous counterpart + issue 10 of our paper format in PDF version


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[IN FRENCH !] We offer you the possibility to read back in PDF format the paper numbers sold on newsstands which made our success. From 4 € donation, receive the issue 10 and we will send it to you by e-mail! On the program, high-quality articles, content whose relevance lasts in time and information collected closer to the field. Throughout the year, our content on the website is free (and it will remain so). This € 4 is a direct support to all the young volunteers working to perpetuate an alternative press in France. Number 10 was published in November-December 2013. In this number : 7 Nils Usakovs, maire de Riga 9 La cuisinière frappe toujours deux fois 14 La fourmilière Bengali 19 Les mères-courage du samedi 21 Gowin, l'homme derrière la campagne 27 Réunion de famille face à la crise 29 L'expérience totalitaire 42 Dans les rues de Chennai 43 Prea, l'envol de la plage 50 Premiers pas en Antarctique 57 Melbourne, l'indécision culturelle

Estimated delivery: June 2019

Previous counterparties + issue 11 of our paper version in PDF version


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[IN FRENCH !] Issue 11 was published in November-December 2013. In this number : 7 Greg Packer, l'homme le plus cité des médias 9 Le village où l'on transforme l'or en révolte 15 L'impossible marché du carbone 17 Plongée fascinante dans les campus américains 21 La fin de l'espoir 24 Laos : l'enclavé 32 Rescapée de l'enfer 38 Nuit d'orage au Vietnam 39 Adieu Ukraine (Une) 49 Photographie autour du monde 55 Derrière les murs, la vie

Estimated delivery: June 2019

Previous counterparties + issue 12 of our paper format in PDF version


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[IN FRENCH !] Issue 12 was published in March 2014. In summary : 04 Martin Sonneborn : du satiriste au politique 05 États-Unis : analyse audimatique des séries 06 Kirghizistan : quand les traditions ruinent les plus pauvres 08 L'Europe au nord de l'Union européenne 12 Mexique/Haïti : pays décapités, pays du système D 20 Les mères corbeaux montrées du doigt 22 Sourires d'enfants à Béthléem 23 Mississippi : État fracturé (Une) 32 Dans l'ombre des Yakuza 37 Zimbabwe, de la grandeur à la faillite

Estimated delivery: June 2019

All counterparts mentioned + out-of-print number in PDF format


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[IN FRENCH !] The special issue was published in 2013 on the theme of "When will we feel European? ". In summary : 04 Danemark : la primauté de la souveraineté 06 Allemagne : la jeunesse allemande et la vieille Europe 07 Espagne : une triste image de l'identité européenne 08 Italie : entre scepticisme et espoir 12 Suisse : mouton noir de l'Europe 15 Roms, des Européens pas comme les autres 19 Bloc identitaire, le nationalisme européen

Estimated delivery: June 2019

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