Workshops and Fellowships

October 4, 2023

SWCC Webinar: The Lure of the Preprint — The Risks and Opportunities of Un-Peer-Reviewed Science

Preprints offer an opportunity to cover research when it is very fresh. But they also come with risks. This virtual workshop, 12:00 PM, EDT, is hosted by Science Writers and Communicators of Canada. It will not be recorded or available online afterwards. $15 for members and $30 for non-members.

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October 22, 2023

DEADLINE: IWMF Gwen Ifill Mentorship Program

The International Women's Media Foundation invites applications from US-based, women and nonbinary journalists for this annual program. The nine-month fellowship is designed to address the lack of diversity in leadership positions across newsrooms in the U.S. Apply by Oct 22, 2023.

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October 28, 2023

NAHJ Workshop in Chicago: Breaking Boundaries for Media Equality

The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) invites midwest-area journalists to attend a free half-day, in-person training at DePaul University. Keynote is 'Fact-checking isn't just for fact-checkers,' with presenter Monique Curet, assistant editor at PolitiFact.

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November 30, 2023

CJF/Google News Lab Digital Tools for Journalists Workshops

These Google News Lab/The Canadian Journalism Foundation virtual training sessions, Thursdays at 1:00 p.m. ET, are free to attend. Sign up for as many as you like: Student Newsroom Essentials, Tackling Misinformation, Pinpoint for Investigations, Advanced Search, Election Tools for Newsrooms and YouTube for News.

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October 5, 2023

IJ4EU Workshop: How To Analyse, Mitigate and Prevent Online Attacks

Join Investigative Journalism for Europe for an analytical and hands-on online workshop on tackling online hate and smear campaigns.

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October 4, 2023

DEADLINE: Dart Center Documentary Film Fellowship

This program, Feb 11-17, 2024 in Grand Cayman, is for senior and mid-career filmmakers to deepen their knowledge of emotional trauma and psychological injury, delve into documentary ethics and craft challenges and enrich their professional engagement around violence, conflict and tragedy. Apply by Oct 4.

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October 1, 2023

DEADLINE: East-West Center's Melvin M.S. Goo Writing Fellowship

The East-West Center will award US$10,000 in financial support to an individual journalist, author, or writer from the United States or China for a project that will promote better understanding between the people of the two countries; focus on underreported feature topics; and reach a broad audience. Deadline: Oct 1, 2023.

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October 9, 2023

DEADLINE: Cross-Border Reporting on Climate Change Workshop

The East-West Center's second cross-border journalism workshop and collaborative reporting series takes place Jan 7-13, 2024, in Kathmandu, Nepal for 10 Pakistani and 10 Indian journalists experienced in reporting on climate issues. Apply by Oct 9.

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October 5, 2023

DEADLINE: FT Africa Journalism Fellowship With One World Media

This fellowship is for a mid-career journalist from, based in and covering Sub-Saharan Africa, to tell an ambitious written story for a global audience and the Financial Times, one of the world’s biggest newspapers. Includes a reporting grant of £1,000. Deadline to apply is Oct 5, 2023.

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September 28, 2023

Online Workshop: Achieving Safe and Sustainable Food Packaging — Where Are We Now?

This annual gathering, hosted by Switzerland-based Food Packaging Forum, brings together a diverse group of international stakeholders from government, industry, food service, retail, academia, civil society, and beyond. Journalists can participate for free, either in Zurich, Switzerland or online.

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