Inger Munk is Director DMJX International (Danish School of Media and Journalism). She has international partnerships and project coordination as a main responsibility at DMJX. She has been involved in the coordination of the Mundus Journalism Master from the start, with the establishment of the consortium and the applications to the Mundus program from 2004, and is consortium coordinator and contact person to the EACEA in Brussels. She has experience in being European lead coordinator coordinating projects with support from several EU programs; most recently the EU-New Zealand mobility project: Inclusive Journalism Initiative (IJI), and the EU-Australia dual degree project: Europe and Australia in the World: Reporting Political, Environmental ad Social Change (WORLDREP). She has been General Secretary for the European and Nordic Journalism Training Associations, and has been publishing about international education. She holds a BA and Masters in Social Geography from Aarhus University Denmark, and several diploma courses in journalism and project management.
2010 - Director DMJX International
1996 – 2010 Head of International Programs at The Danish School of Journalism
2015 - General Secretary and Nordplus coordinator for the Nordic Journalism Training Association
2014 - European coordinator of the EU-Australia dual degree project: Europe and Australia in the World: Reporting Political, Environmental ad Social Change (WORLDREP). Funded by the EU-Australia EU-ICI-ECP program.
2013 - European coordinator of the Inclusive Journalism Initiative: Reporting Europe and the South Pacific (IJI). Funded by the EU-New Zealand EU-ICI-ECP program.
2013 - European participant in the INTERACTive Studios & Innovation Networks for Future Design careers project. Funded by the EU-Australia EU-ICI-ECP program.
2012 Course Director of European Journalism Centre course about the Erasmus for all programs.
2004 - Consortium Coordinator of the Erasmus Mundus Master Journalism, Media and Globalization (Mundus Journalism)
2002 – 05 European coordinator of the 11 September and beyond – The Challenge for Journalism Education Project funded by the EU-Canada Program
2000 – 04 Coordinator of the Nordplus Neighbour Journalism Network (Nordic-Baltic-West Russian) Funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers.
2000 - 2003 Course director of 3 Community Radio Journalism Training Courses (Danida/Danish Foreign Ministry)
1999 – 2009 General Secretary and Nordplus coordinator for the Nordic Journalism Training Association
1998 – 2001 European coordinator of the EU-USA program funded project Journalism without Stereotypes
1996 - ERASMUS Institutional Coordinator for Danish School of Journalism, and DMJX
1996 – 2004 Project management of Danida Free Press projects in Zambia and Tanzania
1991 3 month Nordic Council of Ministers scholarship at Uppland County Norway working with tourism and business development
1986 – 96 Regional Development Executive, Viborg County, Denmark
1982 - 83 Junior officer in the Danish Ministry of Environment, Copenhagen Denmark
1981 - 85 Assistant lecturer Economic Geography, Aarhus University Denmark
1979 – 82 Part time assistant at the residential home for elder people Sct. Oluf in Aarhus, Denmark
1977 – 78 Working at the Rudolf Steiner Residence for handicapped children Ringwood, England
1973 – 79 Working during holidays at the Egg Packing Factory Danæg in Thorning, Denmark
1960 - Unpaid work at the family farm Ungstrup, Denmark
1998 - Journalism courses (further education diploma courses)
1997 - Diploma courses in Logical Framework Analysis, Danish Foreign Ministry (Danida); International affairs, Business Development, Interregional network programs, Project Management
1986 Cand.scient, BA and MSc in Social Geography, Aarhus University, Denmark
2009 - 10 Member of the Danish Educational Ministry internationalisation working group
2006 - Advisory member of the Board of the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA)
2006 - Member of the Aarhus Municipality Globalization working group
2003 – 2006 Board member (General Secretary) of the European Journalism Training Association (EJTA)
1997 - Board member of the International Student Centre, Aarhus
1997 – 2007 Head of and financial manager for the DMJX Social staff Club.
1990 – 96 Admin. Coordinator of the Viborg County membership of the North Sea Commission and Assembly of European Regions
Lectures and publications
2016 Coming 2016 in the journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies, Special issue: Inclusive journalism: How to shed light on voices traditionally left out in news coverage: Global interaction as a learning path towards inclusive journalism by Tom Moring, Verica Rupar, Asbjørn Slot Jørgensen, Inger K. Larsen, Donald Matheson, Inger Munk, Gregory Treadwell and Kim Zilliacus
2016 Presentation at the WJEC in Auckland NZ of the IJI and WORLDREP projects.
2015 Workshop at the EAIE in Glasgow, Scotland “Partner or Perish”
2009 Paper “Developing collaborative teaching and curricula in Environmental Journalism” with Wendy Bacon et al at the Global Dialogue Conference in Aarhus Denmark
2004 - Presentation of the Erasmus Mundus Master's in Journalism in DK and internationally
1998 - Presentation of the projects supported by the EU-US, EU-Canada, EU-Australia and EU-NZ programs
1997 - Introduction week for international programs at DMJX
1990 Case on Tourism and regional planning in Nordic seminar and workreports 1991:550, Nordic Council of Ministers, Copenhagen.
1985 Co editor of "Ka' Kvinder gå på vandet" KRIGSPLAN 1985, Aarhus
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