Specialty Journalism

We give journalists the expertise to cover complex topics.

ICFJ provides reporters with the skills to cover topics such as health, the environment, early childhood development and business. As a result, people are able to make smarter decisions in their daily lives – and that means healthier and more prosperous societies.

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2018 Covering the U.S. Presidency Reporting Program

The “Covering the U.S. Presidency Reporting Program” will help visiting journalists report on and illuminate for their audiences the political path taken by President Donald Trump and the reaction of the public in the American heartland to his presidency.

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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 participants had 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.

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Covering Global Religious Conflict

“Covering Global Religious Conflict,” a six-week seminar offered by the International Center for Journalists from Oct. 10 to Nov. 18, will critically examine effective ways of reporting on religious conflicts.

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S&P Global Periodismo Financiero de Datos

En un mundo que está cada vez más dependiente de tecnología y de datos masivos, los periodistas necesitan estar actualizados en las últimas herramientas, entender cómo encontrar y usar bases de datos y tener una base sólida en las prácticas modernas de negocios.

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HIV Prevention Reporting Fellowship

The world has made major progress on HIV, notably in sub-Saharan Africa, where the HIV burden is greatest. Increased access to lifesaving treatment and prevention options has led to a steady decline in AIDS-related deaths and HIV incidence. Efforts are underway to build on these gains and expand access to proven tools, including approaches that protect vulnerable populations by preventing new HIV infections.