Training Courses
Free Course on Reporting on Indigenous Communities in Asia and Africa PDF Print

Deadline: 26 April 2015

Region:  Worldwide

Bangladesh_Protest_2011Minority Rights Group International (MRG) is organising a free online course on how to report on exclusive stories about minorities and indigenous peoples in Africa and Asia. Participants will have an opportunity to participate in a face-to-face training and to travel to Cambodia, Nepal, Thailand or in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda.

The course, 4 May – 7 June 2015, is open to journalists, photo-journalists, editors and journalism students from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Slovakia with a proven interest including a record of published articles on foreign policy issues and a commitment to extend their professional expertise. Deadline to apply is 26 April 2015.

 
Free Online Advocacy Course PDF Print

Deadline: 1 February

Region: MENA (Middle East & North Africa)

MRGI_Minority Rigths Group International announces a new online, free advocacy training programme on minority rights, freedom of religion, regional and international mechanisms for the protection of human rights and advocacy strategies, running from February - April, 2014.

Eligible participants are staff members of human rights NGOs, journalists and activists for religious minority rights from the Middle East and North Africa region.

 

 
Multimedia Reporting Training for South Asian Journalists PDF Print

Deadline: 1 January

Region: South Asia

Screen_shot_2013-12-11_at_16.45.29Journalists ages 21 to 30 from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and the Maldives can apply for a multimedia reporting training. It aims to connect media professionals from South Asia to cover migration, women and young people stories.

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) has organised this course that will train journalists on investigative journalism and responsible reporting in the digital age.

 
Diversity of the Stavropol Region to be Reflected in Regional Media PDF Print

Dates: 8-13 November 2013

Country: Russia, Stavropol

stavropol_trainingCan a journalist with no experience produce two stories in two days and both of them to be good? The questions was debated among young journalists and journalism students who  joined a workshop  organised by the Media Diversity Institute (MDI) in partnership with the Russian Union of Journalists (RUJ) and the Union of Journalists of Stavropol region.

After lots of nodding and moaning, doubts and fiery  persuading,  and 2 days of theory, the group was set up to do the production ending the 5-days workshops with producing 27 stories.

 
Free Training on New Media Tools to Combat Discrimination PDF Print

Dates: 8- 10 November 2013

Region: Black Sea area

birn2Journalists from the Black Sea area (Bulgaria, Moldova, Romania, Turkey or Ukraine) are invited to participate in a free media training organised between 8-10 November in Bucharest. The participants will learn during 3 days about the use of new media tools, how to create your own online platform and what is fair reporting on ethnic/religious issues.

The training, called ‘New Media Tools in Combating Discrimination’, is organised by Balkan Investigative Reporting Network-BIRN Romania. This organisation is a group of editors, journalism trainers and reporters, dedicated to creating a strong, professional, independent media in Southeast Europe.

 
Free Media Training for NGOs Representing Vulnerable Groups PDF Print

Event date: 25-27 October 2013

Location: London, UK

vg photo2The Media Diversity Institute is seeking participants for a media relations training for Civil Society Organisations/NGOs who are involved in combating discrimination and championing the rights of vulnerable groups, to be held in London on 25-27 October 2013.

The goal of this workshop is to raise the capacity of NGOs to communicate their messages to and through the media. It will be run by an experienced media relations trainer and journalist, and will consist mainly of hands-on practical and interactive exercises, including on-camera interview practise. Topics to be covered will include: what journalists want, selecting media friendly aspects of NGO work, clarity of language and message creation and presentation.

 
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