Central Eurasia

U.S. Media Immersion Program for Central Asian Broadcast Journalists

Broadcast media professionals from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan are invited to apply for one of two programs this summer aimed at sharpening their broadcast journalism skills and immersing participants in cutting-edge digital journalism in the United States.

For one program, ICFJ will select six English-speaking broadcast journalists for a four-week fellowship. The program will start in Washington, D.C., with an intensive orientation that will expose participants to U.S.

The Regional Investigative Journalism Network (RIJN)

This program challenges the development community to build citizen demand to reduce corruption, fraud, and other criminal activities through increased exposure to professionally-produced investigative journalism. The RIJN program has four objectives:

Central and Eastern Europe: Journalism Training (1998)

Knight International Journalism Fellow Jean Garner completed three months of journalism training in Central and Eastern Europe in 1998, partnering with the Center for Independent Journalism.