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The latest news from the International Center for Journalists.

September
20
2021

এশিয়ার সাংবাদিক ও মানবাধিকার কর্মীদের জন্য অনলাইন নিরাপত্তা বিষয়ক জরিপের জন্য আপনার বিশেষজ্ঞ জ্ঞান আমাদের প্রয়োজন।

ইন্টারন্যাশনাল সেন্টার ফর জার্নালিজম (আইসিএফজে) এশিয়া মহাদেশের সাংবাদিক ও মানবাধিকার কর্মীদের অনলাইন নিরাপত্তা বিষয়ে একটি মূল্যবান সমীক্ষা জরিপ পরিচালনা করছে। সংবাদমাধ্যমের পেশাজীবী ও মানবাধিকার কর্মীরা তাদের অনলাইন নিরাপত্তার জন্য ঝুঁকিপূর্ণ পরিবেশে কীভাবে কাজ করে চলেছেন, এই জরিপ–গবেষণায় তা প্রতিফলিত হবে, যা অত্যন্ত প্রয়োজন।

September
20
2021

Kami Membutuhkan Keahlian Anda untuk Survei Asia tentang Keamanan Daring bagi Wartawan dan Pembela Hak Asasi Manusia

International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) sedang melakukan survei penting tentang keamanan daring bagi wartawan dan pembela hak asasi manusia di Asia. Studi ini akan mengungkap bagaimana para profesional media berita dan aktivis hak asasi manusia di Asia bekerja di bawah kondisi di mana keamanan daring mereka dapat terancam.

September
14
2021

French-Language Resource Will Help More Newsrooms Grow Membership Programs

The International Journalists’ Network (IJNet) today unveiled the French translation of the Membership Guide, an exceptional handbook developed by the Membership Puzzle Project (MPP) to help media professionals implement innovative, effective membership programs.

September
13
2021

We Need Your Expertise for the Asia Survey on Online Security for Journalists and Human Rights Defenders

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) is conducting a valuable survey on online security for journalists and human rights defenders in Asia. This study will shed much-needed light on how news media professionals and human rights activists in Asia are working under conditions where their online security could be at risk.

September
2
2021

A Farewell Message from ICFJ President Joyce Barnathan: Banish Those Dark Scenarios

Before I step down after 15 years of serving as the president of the International Center for Journalists, I want to share a few thoughts with the wide network of journalists around the world I have been so privileged to work with.

September
1
2021

Working with Data? Here's How to Verify Your Sources and Numbers.

The year 2020 wasn’t just dominated by the pandemic. It was also a year of open data. 

Many health-related organizations published daily and real-time updates about the spread of the virus around the world, circulating an unprecedented amount of numbers and figures. The challenge for journalists has been to analyze this information accurately, and communicate their findings to the public effectively.

September
1
2021

For Argentina's Posta, Financial Organization Has Been Key for Media Outlet Growth

Posta was a young podcast production company when selected for the Velocidad media business accelerator program. Even though the organization was founded in 2014, the team behind Posta had not even calculated the company’s first balance when selected for Velocidad in early 2020. Posta founders, Diego Dell’ Agostino and Luciano Banchero, suspected they had a stable startup with a business model that could be improved. They also recognized it would be a challenge to optimize that business model, especially from a financial point of view.

August
27
2021

Understanding the Crisis Journalists Face in Afghanistan

During our online panel, titled Journalists in Afghanistan: An Urgent Crisis, ICFJ Vice President of Content and Community Patrick Butler sat down with former ICFJ Knight International Journalism Award winner and recent Afghanistan bureau chief for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Samiullah Mahdi to discuss the role international media outlets can play to shed light on Taliban rule, the hardships women journalists there now face and the future of the free press in the country. Mahdi also shares advice for how international journalists can help.

August
23
2021

Civil Society Organizations Call on the G7 to Protect and Evacuate Journalists and Media Workers in Afghanistan

Ahead of the G7 summit on the situation in Afghanistan, we, the undersigned organizations, call on G7 countries to make a clear and explicit commitment to taking journalists and media workers as an urgent and immediate priority, ensure their protection and evacuate them and their families.

August
18
2021

Adepa, ICFJ y Facebook Journalism Project Lanzan Impulso Local 2021, un Programa de Apoyo al Periodismo en Argentina

Impulso local es un programa que brinda mentorías y fondos por un total de un millón de dólares estadounidenses a 100 medios de alcance hiperlocal, local y regional de Argentina. Este programa —que promueven la Asociación de Entidades Periodísticas Argentinas (Adepa), el Centro Internacional para Periodistas (ICFJ, por sus siglas en inglés) y el Facebook Journalism Project, y cuenta con la colaboración de la Asociación de Diarios del Interior de la República Argentina (ADIRA)— pondrá a disposición de los medios de todo el país recursos para que desarrollen un proyecto de corto plazo que resulte estratégico para su sustentabilidad, y así continuar sirviendo a sus comunidades con noticias e información de calidad.