Follow MDI


Reporting Religion in the Populist Era


MDI Against Religious Intolerance



MDI Regional Offices


Reporting Ethnicity & Religion Study


South Sudan People’s Voice


Sign Up for Newsletter

To join the mailing list for the MDI newsletter send your email address, with the email subject 'Newsletter', to:

Email With Border v1.6


News & Events
Competition seeks short videos on defining democracy PDF Print

Deadline: 31 January 2010

Region: Worldwide

Video producers around the world that are at least 18-years-old can submit a video that completes the phrase “Democracy is…” for the chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C., New York and Hollywood in the U.S. Deadline: January 31, 2010.

For more information, go to

Knight Fellowships at Stanford University PDF Print

Deadline: 15 December 2009

Location: Worldwide

A year to study and research, removed from the dailiness of newsroom deadline pressures, in the company of other accomplished journalists at Stanford University, one of the top research and innovation institutions in the world.

Applicants sought for Knight journalism fellowships PDF Print

Posted: 02 October 2009

Region: Africa, Asia

The International Center for Journalists is seeking outstanding applicants for its Knight International Journalism Fellowships program. Fellowships, which last for a minimum of one year, are currently available in Malawi, Indonesia, Malaysia and Zambia.

Become a multimedia journalist at the International Media Institute of India ... in just six months! PDF Print

Posted: 13 October 2009

Region: Asia

Join the International Media Institute of India at Noida and learn to produce high quality content for blogs, newspapers, podcasts, online news sites and SMS in English and Hindi.

How can reporters deal with post-traumatic stress? PDF Print

Posted: 11 October 2009

Region: Worldwide

Journalists around the world that expose violent and tragic events often suffer from post-traumatic stress, marked by symptoms that can include anxiety, nightmares, insomnia and depression.

Film 'Burma VJ' sheds light on media in a repressive environment PDF Print

Posted: 06 October 2009

Region: Asia and the Pacific

Independent media in the junta-run Union of Myanmar, the Southeast Asian nation know formerly as Burma, is nearly a misnomer. But a new documentary, "Burma VJ," is devoted to telling the story of those who risk it all to report the truth.

<< Start < Prev 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 Next > End >>

Page 210 of 220