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Reporting the Border: An Investigative Reporting Project for American Journalists

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) is offering a new program for U.S.-based reporters, focused on reporting on issues that span the U.S.-Mexico border, including human rights violations, immigration, corruption and drug trafficking.  

During this program, six U.S.-based reporters will work with ICFJ and the Border Center for Journalists and

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Social Media Solutions Training for Journalists in the Middle East and North Africa

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) is partnering with the Facebook Journalism Project to train thousands of journalists across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) on using social media to support quality journalism. 

Participants in the Social Media Solutions program will learn practical skills in four key areas: verification,

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Abriendo Datos Panamá

En los años recientes, el gobierno de Panamá ha aumentado la disponibilidad de datos para los ciudadanos. Pero este acto solo no puede transformar el gobierno. La participación de los medios y la sociedad civil tiene que ayudar a abrir el potencial de los datos abiertos, para hacerlos claros y útiles

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Open Data Panama

In recent years, Panama’s government has increased the availability of data to citizens. But this alone cannot transform governments. Media and civil society engagement must help unlock the potential of open data, make it clear and useful for citizens, and reveal information that can expose and prevent abuses of power.

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Anti Viral Media Squad Moldova - ProFact Moldova Network

ICFJ is launching a new program in Moldova designed to strengthen local networks of media creators to counter disinformation in the country. This program will empower journalists, media professionals and civil society activists with products they need for engaging and creative storytelling based on fact-checking and social media monitoring.

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Reporting Tour for Arab Journalists

In recent years, Eastern European countries have been overrun with propaganda and disinformation, resulting in a decline of public trust in the media. As the misinformation crisis expands rapidly across borders, it’s more important than ever for journalists of different backgrounds to come together to find solutions.