ICFJ Programs in All Topics

  • Covering Immigration: Establishing Links Between U.S. and Latin American Media

    This training program on coverage of immigration brought together journalists from U.S. community-based Spanish- and English-language media and Latin American media for a hands-on training workshop on covering immigration issues, followed by several days of reporting on the issue under the guidance of experienced trainers. It took place in Washington, D.C., April 16-24.

  • Mexico: New Investigative Journalism Unit Exposes Corruption

    Knight Fellow Ana Arana worked with reporters and editors at the daily El Universal and the magazines Gatopardo and Expansión. She helped them build a new joint investigative unit and databases to produce exposes such as a story on illegal land transfers.

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  • At El Universal, reporters produced a series on corruption in soccer club management.

  • Egypt: Journalism Training (2007)

    Knight International Journalism Fellow Craig Duff completed nine months in Egypt in 2007, partnering with the Adham Center for Electronic Journalism.

  • Egypt: Journalism Training (2007)

    Knight International Journalism Fellow Stephen Franklin completed four months in Egypt in 2007.

  • Armenian School of Journalism

    ASJ's class of 2006 with program administrators Aram Mkrtchyan and Mario Scherhaufer in Yerevan during graduation ceremonies Sept. 28.

    The Armenian School of Journalism, a two-year international master's degree program at Yerevan State University, aimed to promote free, independent and professional media in Armenia through quality Western-style educational and training programs in journalism and media management.

    Students were trained to assume news and management positions at newspapers, news agencies, broadcast outlets and Web-based publications.

  • Building Better Media in Timor-Leste

    The International Center for Journalists’ project in Dili, Timor-Leste, is working to develop a strong, professional and sustainable media sector.

  • Journalism Training in Dominican Republic, El Salvador and Honduras

    Knight International Journalism Fellow Deborah Kirk completed three months of journalism training in the Dominican Republic, El Salvador and Honduras in 2002, partnering with El Colegio Dominicano de Periodistas.

  • Journalism Training in Ecuador

    Knight International Journalism Fellow Mary Walton completed six months of journalism training in Ecuador in 2001, partnering with El Centro Internacional de Estudios Superiores de Comunicación para América Latina (CIESPAL).

  • International Journalism Exchange

    For decades, the International Center for Journalists’ International Journalism Exchange has brought experienced newspaper, broadcast or online editors from the developing world to the U.S. to observe how media are managed here.

  • Call for Entries: Reporting Fellowship on Migration and Climate for Nigerian Journalists

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    Nigerian journalists are invited to apply for a reporting fellowship aimed at improved coverage of migration due to conflict or instability and the resulting impact on climate and economic prospects.

    The program focuses on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals 10 and 13, which aim to “reduce inequality within and among countries” and “take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts” by 2030.

    The ICFJ-United Nations Foundation Reporting Fellowship will give up to 40

  • वैश्विक स्वास्थ्य रिपोर्टिंग प्रतियोगिता 2017

    हम अब आवेदन स्वीकार नहीं करते

    जॉनसन ऐंड जॉनसन वैश्विक स्वास्थ रिपोर्टिंग प्रतियोगिता (ग्लोबल हेल्थ रिपोर्टिंग कॉन्टेस्ट) आईसीएफजे के प्रमुख कार्यक्रमों में से एक है। इस प्रतियोगिता ने दुनिया के विभिन्न देशों में स्वास्थ्य से संबंधित अहम् मसलों पर न्यूज कवरेज की मात्रा और गुणवत्ता को बढ़ाया है।

    अब अपने इस चौथे वर्ष में आईसीएफजे वैश्विक स्वास्थ्य रिपोर्टिंग प्रतियोगिता का मकसद है पिछले वर्षों के कार्यक्रमों की सफलता के क्रम को जारी रखते हुए ब्राजील, चीन, भारत, रूस और अफ्रीकी सहारा क्षेत्र के अग्रणी हेल्थ रिपोर्टरों का एक स्थानीय नेटवर्क त

  • Всемирный Конкурс по Теме «Здоровье» 2017 года

    Мы больше не принимаем заявки.

    Всемирный Конкурс по теме «Здоровье», осуществляемый при поддержке компании Johnson & Johnson, является одной из ведущих программ Международного Центра для Журналистов. Благодаря конкурсу улучшилось качество и расширились рамки освещения ключевых вопросов по здравоохранению в странах и регионах, журналисты из которых принимали в нем участие.

  • 2017 全球医疗报道比赛

    我们不再接受申请。

    强生全球医疗报道比赛(Johnson & Johnson Global Health Reporting Contest)是美国国际记者中心(ICFJ)的旗舰项目,该项目不断提升了全球目标国家和地区重要医疗健康问题报道的质量和数量。

    今年,比赛迎来了第四个年头。ICFJ的2017全球医疗报道比赛旨在持续过去多年来的成功经验,加速巴西、中国、印度、俄罗斯和哈撒拉以南非洲地区的顶尖医疗记者网络的发展。今年,项目将为过去的获奖者提供报道奖金,旨在鼓励对医疗相关话题的高质量报道。

    来自目标区域的记者将有机会参加在美国的12天学习之旅,并获得现金奖励,以表彰记者对母婴健康、以及其它突发健康问题——例如埃博拉病毒和疫苗接种——的高质量报道。

    想要参赛,报道必须关注记者所在区域的医疗健康主题,并限于2017年2月1日至2016年7月31日在巴西、中国、印度、俄罗斯和非洲的报纸、广播电视、网络媒体发表的相关新闻报道。申请截止日期为2017年7月31日。

  • Concurso Global de Reportagem de Saúde 2017

    Já não aceitamos aplicativos.

    O Concurso Global de Reportagem de Saúde da Johnson & Johnson, um dos principais programas do ICFJ, tem aumentado a qualidade e a quantidade da cobertura de notícias sobre as principais questões de saúde nos países-alvo e regiões em todo o mundo.

    Agora em seu quarto ano, o Concurso Global de Reportagem de Saúde 2017 do ICFJ pretende continuar a construir com base no sucesso dos anos anteriores, catalisando redes locais de repórteres líderes de saúde no Brasil, China, Índia, Rússia e África Subsaariana.

  • Concours de reportages sur la santé mondiale 2017

    Nous n'acceptons plus les applications.

    Le Concours de reportages sur la santé mondiale de Johnson & Johnson, l’un des programmes phares du Centre international pour les journalistes (ICFJ), a contribué à accroître la qualité et le volume de la couverture médiatique sur les questions clés de la santé dans des pays et des régions ciblés à travers le monde.

  • 2017 Global Health Reporting Contest

    The application deadline for this program has passed.

    The Johnson & Johnson Global Health Reporting Contest, one of ICFJ’s flagship programs, has increased the quality and quantity of news coverage on key health issues in targeted countries and regions across the globe.

    Now in its fourth year, ICFJ’s 2017 Global Health Reporting Contest seeks to continue building on the program’s previous years’ successes by catalyzing local networks of leading health reporters in Brazil, China, India, Russia, and sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Back In The Newsroom 2017

    ICFJ launched the Back in the Newsroom program in collaboration with the Gannett Foundation and Morgan State University’s School of Global Journalism and Communication. An incubator for young journalistic talent, the program aims to improve newsroom diversity through partnerships with historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).

  • Global Business Journalism Master’s Program at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China

    The global economic order is rapidly changing, and China, with the world’s second-largest economy, is becoming an increasingly important player. As U.S. international policy shifts under a new administration, China is aggressively seeking to bolster its leadership role in the world’s interconnected global economy on trade and other business issues.

  • Call for Entries: Early Childhood Development Reporting Fellowship

    Applications for the second round of Early Childhood Development Reporting Fellowships are now closed.

    Interested in becoming an influencer and leader for children’s development in your country? If producing high quality reporting and solution-orientated stories about nutrition and early childhood development issues is one of your passions, then apply to this year-long fellowship, which will include two international reporting trips as well as continuing mentoring and several virtual webinars.

  • Hands Across the Water: An Opportunity for U.K. Journalists to Report on the U.S. Presidential Election and Political System

    “Hands Across the Water: An Opportunity for U.K. Journalists to Report on the U.S. Presidential Election and Political System” is a reporting tour for ten journalists selected from the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. The project will take place in Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia; Richmond, VA, and Detroit, MI.

    British journalists in Washington, D.C., to cover the 2012 Presidential Election.

    The participants will have an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the U.S. electoral process, current issues and candidates through meetings, site visits and public and political events as well as reporting opportunities.

  • Improving Data-Journalism Skills in Morocco

    In October 2016, the International Center for Journalists, in partnership with Code for Africa, will bring together 75 journalists, editors, technologists, civic watchdogs and digital designers in Casablanca, Morocco, for an intensive, three-day data boot camp.

    Modeled on previous ICFJ and Code for Africa data boot camps, this program will give citizen journalists, media professionals and civil-society activists strategies and tools to access data.

  • 2016 Global Health Reporting Contest

    The Johnson & Johnson Global Health Reporting Contest, one of ICFJ’s flagship programs, has increased the quality and quantity of news coverage on key health issues in targeted countries and regions across the globe.

    In its third year, ICFJ’s 2016 Global Health Reporting Contest aimed to build on the program’s previous years’ successes by catalyzing local networks of leading health reporters in Brazil, China, India, Russia, and sub-Saharan Africa.

  • The use of digital tools in public service reporting

    The International Center for Journalists is offering an online course on the use of digital tools in public service reporting, which will be held from March 15 to April 25.

    The online course is the first part of a program that will bring together professional and citizen journalists with civil society actors from Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, West Bank/Gaza and Yemen. The six-week online course will guide 60 participants from these countries to work on ideas for multimedia public service journalism projects.

  • ICFJ offers online course on covering conflict for Egyptian journalists

    The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) is offering a six-week online course on covering conflict: challenges, opportunities and best practices for Egyptian journalists. The course will be held from November 18, 2013, to December 29, 2013. The deadline to apply is November 8, 2013.

  • ICFJ Anywhere offers webinar on mobile- and digital-security for journalists facing danger

    ICFJ Anywhere is offering the first in a series of webinars, supported by Dow Jones. Digital and mobile security is critically important for journalists and bloggers who work in challenging conditions. This webinar will highlight a combination of new and classic tools to protect journalists in the digital era.