Training Opportunities
 
Internships at allAfrica
Journalists from North Africa are welcome to apply for an internship at allafrica.com, the US-based news and information website. More
24 May 2007
 
Reuters Organizes Course on International News in Beirut
Journalist from any Middle East country can now apply for a Writing International News course to be held in Beirut from 25 to 29 September. The course is organized by the Reuters Foundation in partnership with the Stanley Foundation.
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Newsletter No 31
11 July 2006
 
One-week Training on Economics for Journalists in Prague
Arab journalists are encouraged to apply for a one-week seminar to study the basic structure and functions of market economics to be held at the European Journalism Institute in Prague, Czech Republic, in 22-29 July.
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Newsletter No 22
14 March 2006
 
Free Online Course in ICT Journalism
The international Institute for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Penplusbytes is organizing a three-month online course that focuses on how to use ICT’s tools to generate and publish news content.
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Newsletter No 21
07 March 2006
 
Course on Language of Reporting in Dubai
The Dubai Press Club in cooperation with the Zayed University Media Center (ZUMC) and supported by the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) is organizing a two-days workshop on “Language of reporting” starting on 22 February. Registration is currently open
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Newsletter No 18
14 February 2006
 
Arab Journalists Encouraged to Apply for Training Program in Sweden
Experienced journalists from Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Tunisia are encouraged to apply for a training program on “journalism and democracy” to be held in Sweden between 5-23 June.
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Newsletter No 14
17 January 2006
 
Trainig Program for Newspapers Executives
The International Newspaper Marketing Association (INMA) and the University of Antwerp (Belgium) are accepting final applications for the “Newspaper marketing for success” executive training program. More
Newsletter No 2
06 October 2005