In the rapidly-changing world of online publishing, PublicServiceEurope.com
is the latest editorial phenomenon from the company that brought you Public Servant
magazine and www.publicservice.co.uk
Through quality journalism and esteemed contributors – in addition to a healthy interactive element – the website aims to be the online knowledge hub for those wanting the inside track on European politics, public administration, management issues and key developments in the business world.
From high-profile interviews with the key politicians and officials across the European Union to reports from the major summits and events, and in-depth coverage of supranational institutions - PublicServiceEurope.com
provides a key resource for Brussels and beyond.
In addition to our own exclusive content, we provide the best of the rest from other key websites and social networks – the aim being to create an online community of individuals and organisations, keen to share ideas, information and best-practice.
From EU institutions and member states to politicians and public officials as well as campaigners and key private sector players; we are determined that no voice goes unheard.
Editor – Dean Carroll
A journalist for many years, Carroll
was formerly news editor on Public Servant
magazine. He is also a published academic. His career background includes work on a number of newspapers as well as a national news agency. His blog was “highly commended by the jury” in the prestigious 2013 Reporting Europe Prize and he was shortlisted for the ‘reporter of the year’ prize in the 2008 Workworld Media Awards. Time to embrace online publishing
– Q&A with PublicServiceEurope.com
editor Dean Carroll
Politics-business reporter – Daniel Mason
previously ran his own blog on EU business affairs. In 2008, he won The Times/TSB graduate of the year prize. With his prize money, he was able to fund his postgraduate studies in journalism.
Brussels correspondent – Justin Stares
has been reporting on EU affairs from his base in Brussels since 2004. He has worked for national newspapers in the UK and the US. A graduate of the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium, he was the UK nomination for the European Parliament Journalism Prize in 2009.
Political cartoonist - Rafa Sañudo
started his career as an illustrator for Vogue Magazine and several newspapers including El Mundo and La Razón. His award-winning company RaRo
has created more than 500 record covers and shot 300 music videos as well as designing the official subway map for the Madrid metro system. Sañudo
is about to publish his first children's book. For more of his illustrations, see Un Blog Sañudo
Secret columnist - Schadenfreude
Our resident satirist, the anonymous Schadenfreude
has worked for many years deep inside the bowels of the EU machinery. With sardonic wit and caustic humour, he brings you the latest musings on policy and personality with a little added provocation to spice things up along the way.
Photographer - Bernal Revert
Spanish journalist Bernal Revert
has worked as a photographer in Brussels
since 2008, and covers political events for international news agencies and other clients. His pictures have been published in newspapers and magazines all over the world.
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