Journalists in every corner of the world will come together once per week in March to learn tools and strategies for elevating truthful information above the tide of misinformation, as part of ICFJ’s second annual Empowering the Truth Global Summit.
The International Center for Journalists is excited to open applications for the 2024 ICFJ Knight Fellowships, marking the fellowship’s 30th year of fostering innovative journalism practices across the globe. The fellowships are made possible by the longtime support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
Media leaders from an investigative journalism organization in Peru, a multilingual news outlet covering human rights and more in Ukraine, and a news organization tracking global health policy from Geneva are among those that will receive grant funding from the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) to strengthen their businesses.
Carrie Budoff Brown, senior vice president for politics at NBC News, has been named chair of the International Center for Journalists’ board of directors, ICFJ announced at its annual Tribute to Journalists.
Seventeen iconic images – from a sultry Marilyn Monroe to a pensive Louis Armstrong sitting backstage to the famous punch delivered by boxer Joe Frazier to Muhammad Ali’s face – will be featured at ICFJ’s annual photo auction during the Tribute to Journalists 2023 on Nov. 2.
Media leaders from across the world will develop innovative ways to use artificial intelligence to fight disinformation and spread trustworthy news, as part of an opportunity from the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ). Applications are open until Sept. 3.
We exposed corruption and human rights abuses working in a cross-border network supported by ICFJ.