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Climate Change Media Partnership COP29 Reporting Fellowship

Climate Change Media Partnership COP29 Reporting Fellowship

The Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP), led by Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) and the Stanley Center for Peace and Security, is pleased to announce the CCMP COP29 Reporting Fellowship Program for journalists interested in covering the 29th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP29). Hosted this year by Azerbaijan, the conference is […]

Constructive journalism training

Training Programme in Constructive Journalism

As part of the Media Connect initiative, the EU Neighbours -South programme and the Maharat Foundation are organising a regional training programme for constructive journalism. Selection criteria: Be a journalism student Be no more than 23 years old Be a national of Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine or Tunisia and a resident of […]

The “Global Network” and “Idea Zone” program for training in investigative journalism

unique program specifically tailored for all reporters and journalists with little to no experience in investigative journalism.

In a world where information flows rapidly and boundaries between truth and misinformation blur, investigative journalism stands as a cornerstone for fostering transparency, accountability, and an informed citizenry. From exposing corruption to unveiling systemic injustices, investigative journalists serve as societal watchdogs, scrutinizing the powerful and amplifying the voices of the marginalized. Global Investigative Journalism Network […]

“Qarib” opens applications for the 2024 Journalism Prize

Qarib is funded by the French development agency AFD and implemented by the French media development agency CFI.

The “Qarib Media” program announced the start of receiving applications for the 2024 Journalism Prize. The award aims to honor journalists from Iraq, Palestine, Jordan and Lebanon who courageously report on vital issues. Categories include: Best coverage of women affected by conflict and crisis Best reporting on finance and economy by female journalists Best reporting […]

(ONA) opens registration for the Electronic Journalism Awards

The 2024 Online Journalism Awards open on Thursday, April 4. Submissions close on Thursday, May 9 at 11:59 p.m. EDT (3:59 a.m. UTC). Finalists will be announced in early August. Winners will be honored in two phases — during a virtual event in mid August and during the Online Journalism Awards banquet at ONA24 on September […]

Turkish Army’s Unauthorized Seizure: Land Grabs and Unfulfilled Lease Contracts in Northern Syria

The investigation delves into the Turkish army’s encroachment on private property in northern Syria. This occurred as Turkish bases and observation points were established on agricultural lands. Many landowners signed lease contracts expecting compensation, but received nothing. Others had their lands seized forcefully without any financial recompense, leading to significant economic losses for both individuals […]

Hypothesis in investigative journalism

Most journalists, including experienced journalists, find it difficult to write a journalistic investigation hypothesis, and the reason is that this style of journalistic work touches the patterns of scientific research in its concept and tools, and intersects with them in many aspects, and it also needs a deep understanding of the topic at hand, with […]

An investigative report reveals ISIS crimes in “Mansoura Prison” in Raqqa

An investigative report revealed that the “Islamic State” (ISIS) organization has a close connection to a mass grave discovered near the most important prisons, ISIS used it in Raqqa (northeastern Syria), and it may contain the remains of some of the victims who were detained inside the prison. The report published by “Syrian Justice and Accountability […]

German police are investigating the theft of Syrian antiquities

German police arrested a person in possession of a group of artifacts that disappeared from Syria years ago, including a cuneiform tablet (an ancient Archaeological Rakeem) that is thousands of years old. Deutsche Welle (DW) reported that investigators in the southwestern state of Baden-Württemberg believe that the tablet (Archaeological Rakeem), inscribed with one of the […]