The International Center for Journalists runs practical, hands-on programs and events for journalists around the world. From courses and workshops on the latest digital trends, to conferences that gather top international journalists to discuss important issues, there are a range of ways for journalists to get involved.

  • 10/22/2014

    Now accepting applications from Pakistani journalists! Visit USEFP for more information and to apply.

    "This program is possibly the most important we have in Pakistan, really interesting to see America through their eyes, makes me proud to be an American and hopeful about Pakistan." -- Dr. Stephen P. Cohen; Sr. Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies Program, The Brookings Institution

    A multi-year program will bring 230 Pakistani media professionals to the United States and send 70 U.S.

  • 08/27/2014

    Applications are closed for this opportunity.

    The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) will select 15 Burmese journalists to come to the United States during the 2014 mid-term elections. The program will combine training, meetings and site visits with venues in Washington, D.C., as well as North Carolina and Louisiana. The mingling of training exercises and site visits in the nation’s capital and the opportunity to be on the front lines with their U.S.

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    Latin America and the Caribbean is the world´s most crime-ridden region. Its 2012 murder rate of nearly 24 per 100,000 citizens is amongst the world´s highest. One in five Latin Americans report having been victim of a robbery over the past year. The cost of crime varies from 2 percent of GDP to over 10 percent.

  • The ICFJ Awards DInner honors colleagues whose passion and work have helped improve societies around the world.

  • At our 30th Anniversary Awards Dinner, the International Center for Journalists will honor the achievements of colleagues whose outstanding news reports or media innovations have made a huge impact. For one inspiring evening, U.S. headliners join overseas journalists to showcase the power of quality information.

    ICFJ’s hands-on programs combine the best professional practices with new technologies.

  • 11/17/2014

    This 18-month, multi-phase program is for 28 Latin American professional fellows from Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, and 10 of their U.S. counterparts. ICFJ and its selected partner organizations in each country will recruit professional and citizen journalists, media business managers, digital entrepreneurs and technologists to create media business models that harness the power of digital tools to generate sustainable new revenue. Applicants must be fluent in English.

    The fellows will be matched with expert U.S.