Nine journalists, including two from Egypt and Iraq have been named the Alfred Friendly Press Fellows (AFPF) for 2007 and arrived in the United States 16 March to begin six months of journalism training in American news organizations.
Arab media managers and supervisors will have a unique opportunity this fall to enhance their leadership skills and find innovative solutions to the challenges they face in media management through a comprehensive six-week fellowship.
International Center for Journalists is currently accepting
applications for its nternational Journalism Exchange program. The
program will select ten principal editors of daily newspapers from
countries outside Western Europe and North America and with a minimum
experience of five years.
The US Office of the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) is offering up to seven grants for independent media in the North Africa and Middle East region. Amounts will range between 100,000 to 1,000,000 USD.
journalists around the world can submit their applications for the
Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship, which provide an opportunity to spend an
academic year in a program that combines access to MIT’s Center for
International Studies and other Boston-area universities and two
newspapers, The Boston Globe and The New York Times.
The launch of
the Edward R. Murrow Journalism Fellows Program was announced by the US
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. The program will bring 100
journalists from around the world to the USA for study and training.
Integrity, an US–based independent and non-profit organization, is
looking for journalists to contribute to its 2006 Integrity Report.The NGO is looking for
journalists specialized in covering corruption and government. Applicants must demonstrate independence from corporate or governmental influence and work in the country they want to report on.