The International Center for Journalists is partnering with the Facebook Journalism Project to administer two programs designed to support local media outlets by developing new ways to connect with the public and to create sustainable business strategies.
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.
TruthBuzz recruited five full-time Fellows to work in newsrooms in some of the most populous nations: Brazil, India, Indonesia, Nigeria and the United States. The Fellows will help reporters adopt compelling storytelling methods that improve the reach and impact of fact-checking and help “inoculate” audiences against false or misleading information.
The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) in partnership with the United Nations Foundation, has designed a special reporting program February 23-25, 2018, that will offer 15-20 student reporters an unprecedented opportunity to learn about and report on the UN’s agenda to achieve social and economic equity by 2030.
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.
Minority women entrepreneurs are on the rise, and it’s about time. Women-owned businesses increased by 27% and minority-owned businesses increased by 38% between 2007 and 2012, according to 2012 U.S. Census Data.
The program will give seven U.S. journalists the opportunity to travel to Tanzania for a five-day study tour. Journalists will come away with a deeper understanding of what strategies have led to the progress on malaria, and what it will take to end the disease for good.
The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) invited young journalists from Russia to take part in the “Journey of Shared Discovery for Russian and American Journalists” exchange program. Fourteen journalists, who were selected in competition, came to the United States for a program from Tuesday, May 17, to Monday, June 6. Applicants needed to speak English.
We are helping journalists in India comprehensively cover gender, not out of obligation, but as a core concern.