Training Courses
Workshops on covering poverty in Tanzania, Botswana and Malawi PDF Print

Date: Tanzania - November 24 to 25; Botswana - January 19 and 20; Malawi - January 26 and 27, 2010

Region: Tanzania, Malawi, Botswana

A two-day training course on covering hunger and poverty is available to journalists in three African countries, and will be held in Tanzania from November 24 to 25, in Botswana on January 19 and 20 and Malawi on January 26 and 27, 2010.

ICFJ offers online course on freedom of expression in the digital age PDF Print

Deadline: November 27, 2009

Region: Worldwide

Journalists from across the Arab world, North America and Europe are invited to participate in an online training course entitled Freedom of expression in the digital age, which will be held December 4, 2009 to January 22, 2010. Deadline to apply: November 27.

Workshop for women media trainers to take place in Cambodia PDF Print

Date: October 26 to November 6, 2009.

Region/Country: Cambodia

Women media practitioners in Cambodia who have at least five to seven years work experience are invited to join a media workshop for trainers in Phonm Phenh, Cambodia, from October 26 to November 6. Participants will learn about the methodologies and applications of media development which can assist them as professional media trainers. Applicants can have experience in radio, television and/or print media, and should have good knowledge of English.


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Media Diversity Institute supports Egyptian academics in the development of Reporting Diversity Curricula PDF Print

Date:  2009

Region/Country: Egypt

Three academics from Cairo University, and three from other Egyptian academic institutions are currently being mentored in the development of Reporting Diversity Curricula, by Naomi Sakr and Rasha Abdullah, two prominent academics from the UK and Egypt respectively.

Egyptian journalists to produce articles on diversity PDF Print

Date:  7-16 November 2009

Region/Country: Cairo, Egypt

Ten young Egyptian journalists will participate in a production orientated training event, organised by the Media Diversity Institute. With help from experienced UK and local tutors, they will produce articles on diversity issues, to be placed in leading Egyptian newspapers.

Inclusive Journalism course for young Moroccan journalists PDF Print

Date:  2-4 November 2009

Region/Country: Morocco

Young journalists in Morocco will be trained in inclusive journalism, by Richard Cookson, a journalist working for UK TV Channel 4, and Moroccan journalist Mounia Belafia, who contributes to France 24. Topics to be discussed include: the importance of giving voices to all segments of society, not only the mainstream; the importance of alternative sources (not only official ones); basic principles of reporting diversity; managing prejudice, avoiding stereotypes and the use of language; and the importance of building bridges with civil society.

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