I am best known for this personal blog – euroblog.jonworth.eu – that is one of the best known and longest running blogs about EU affairs. I am not paid to blog, but I have nevertheless amassed more than 2200 blog entries and 700000 words over the more than 15 years years I have been blogging. That’s enough text for 4 books! I am also used to be one of the most active users of Twitter to debate EU politics – @jonworth. My Twitter account was the third most followed non-politician account among Brussels decision makers – according to Hill + Knowlton. Today I am active on Mastodon instead.
All of my writing about transport policy can be found on the separate website jonworth.eu
A full archive of all the articles I have published elsewhere and are available online can be found here. This includes columns written for LabourList (42 pieces), Politico Europe, Guardian Comment is Free, Left Foot Forward, Progress, LSE EUROPP, Social Europe Journal, WEF Forum Blog, Policy Network, IPPR, techPresident and openDemocracy.
I have also written the chapter of the book Geschlossene Gesellschaften? Beteiligungsprozesse, Medien und Öffentlichkeiten in Europa, Limburg & Grätz (eds), published by Deutsche Welle, ifa and Steidl – my chapter is entitled Europa im Internet: Unerfüllte Hoffnungen, vorsichtiger Optimismus. The contents page of the book is here – PDF, and it is available on Amazon here.
I am the author of a chapter entitled Working with the Media and Social Media in the EU in How to Work with the EU Institutions: A Practical Guide to Successful Public Affairs in the EU, edited by Alan Hardacre and published by John Harper Publishing in October 2020. The book can be ordered here.
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