European Union of Science Journalists' Associations - EUSJA
Founded in 1971 in Belgium by seven national associations of science journalists, EUSJA now represents more than 2000 science journalists from 25 countries. Following the collapse of the Berlin Wall in 1989 there was an upsurge of interest from Eastern European countries, all of whom now play an active role in EUSJA’s activities. Member countries are (March 2008) Albania, Austria, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK.
Creators' Rights Alliance
The Creators’ Rights Alliance brings together the major UK organisations representing copyright creators and performers throughout the media - particularly, television, radio and the press.
The CRA campaigns to:
- Confront growing abuses of creators' rights in all media, particularly newspapers, magazines and broadcasting
- Defend and improve the intellectual property rights of creators belonging to the member organisations
- Promote greater understanding of creators' intellectual property rights within the industry and among the public.
The Dana Centre
The Science Museum’s Dana Centre is a collaboration between the British Science Association, the European Dana Alliance for the Brain and the Science Museum. They take a fresh, no-holds-barred look at the biggest issues in science today in their stylish, purpose-built venue in London (UK).
The Journalism Faculty at City University London "has accrued legendary status within the media" according to The Independent
British Science Association
The British Science Association (formerly known as the BA) envisages a society in which people from all walks of life are able to access science, engage with it and feel a sense of ownership about its direction. It seeks to achieve that by connecting science with people: promoting openness about science in society and affirming science as a prime cultural force through engaging and inspiring adults and young people directly with science and technology, and their implications.