Training Courses
News University and Poynter Offer Free Online Course for Journalists Covering Islam PDF Print

reporting_islamPublished: 24 november 2011

Region: Worldwide

Journalists looking to improve their coverage on Islam can enrol in a free online course.

News University, the Poynter Institute e-learning project, announces "Covering Islam in America."

Reporting Gender Based Violence in Southern Africa PDF Print

genderlinksphotoPublished: 18 November 2011

Region: Southern Africa

Gender Links is running a series of training workshops for the media in the Southern African Development Community. This training is a part of larger efforts to improve media's coverage on gender-based violence. The training was taking place just a few weeks before the commencement of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence, complements the media centres for gender in the media project that offers thematic training for media in the region.

‘What’s Up’ Training Programme is Calling for Applications PDF Print

whatsup2Deadline: 18 November 2011

Country: UK

MAMA Youth Project (MYP) is calling for applications for ‘What’s Up’ training programme. The programme provides TV production training and development opportunities for disadvantaged young people between 16 to 25 years old.

Minority Rights Group Global Advocacy Training Programme PDF Print

minorityrightsDeadline: 24 October 2011

Countries: Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkey & Ukraine.

The Minority Rights Group is opening application for Global Advocacy Training Programme for people working in NGOs on the topic of human rights in Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Macedonia, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkey and Ukraine.

Asian Journalists Offered Free Course On Reporting Poverty PDF Print

trustmediaedDeadline: 21 October 2011

Region: Asia

Journalists in Asia interested in more accurate reporting of poverty issues can apply to attend a four-day course in Dhaka, Bangladesh that will sharpen their reporting of the continuing crisis in many rural communities.

Free online course trains journalists to cover religion in the digital age PDF Print

ICFJ1Deadline: 12 April 2011

Region: Worldwide

A free six-week online course aimed at helping international journalists cover religion in the digital age will be held from May 1 to June 15, 2011. It aims to critically examine effective ways of reporting on religion using traditional and new media platforms. Participants will develop collegial and mentoring relationships, engage in live chat with social media leaders, and examine and debate critical ideas.

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