Health Journalism

Want to tell better health stories? We have a range of resources that Health Journalists can use in the newsroom, plus training programs that are beneficial to your work

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Conflict Sensitive Journalism

The role played by community and vernacular radio stations in the run up and post election 2007 period cannot be ignored. Hence the need for Internews' response.

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Electoral Journalism

As we approach the general elections it is important that journalists Understand and report professionally on the electoral process

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Netherlands Broadcast Journalism Fellowship for Good Governance

Date Posted : Wednesday, 14 Mar 2012

RNTC’s Good Governance and the Broadcast Journalist Course to be held from 4 February - 26 April 2013 (12 weeks) has fellowships to support participants to attend it. The fellowship is provided through the Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) - a demand-driven fellowship programme designed to foster capacity building within organisations by providing training and education to their mid-career staff members. The Broadcast Journalism course is designed to strengthen the capacity of broadcast journalists to research and report for broadcast and new media in an effective and ethical way on issues to do with good governance. Mid-career broadcast journalists with at least three years experience in the field of broadcast news and current affairs can apply to participate in the course. The deadline to submit application for the fellowship is 1 May 2012.

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