‘Salama’ app helps to keep journalists safe

ICFJ Knight Fellow Jorge Luis Sierra created Salama, a free risk assessment app, to help journalists mitigate digital and physical security threats.

Jorge Luis Sierra | February 17, 2017

Connect with IJNET


Nominations open for Knight International Journalism Awards [Worldwide]

The International Center for Journalists seeks pioneering journalists whose work has made an impact on the lives of people in the developing world.

The Wall Street Journal seeks junior reporter [China]

Journalists fluent in Chinese can apply for this position in Shanghai.

Writing conference offers scholarships [Worldwide]

Scholarships will cover at least part of the tuition to attend the Wesleyan Writers Conference in Middletown, Connecticut.

Fellowship to study in Canada open [Latin America]

Journalists with at least seven years of experience can apply for a two-semester program in Toronto.

Contest honors reporting on immigrant issues [US]

Media outlets, journalists, community and issue advocacy groups, and others concerned with ethnic issues can apply for the New America Award.

Cultural journalism program accepting applications [Russia]

Journalists ages 20 to 30 can apply for free training in Moscow and Krasnoyarsk.


For rates or to place your advertisement here, call +1 202-349-7625 or email us.

U.S.-based minority journalists travel abroad to cover compelling yet underreported international stories, increasing the diversity of voices in global news.

Journalists from Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania who cover child health and development can apply for this reporting fellowship.

Recent tweets

Follow @IJNet on Twitter