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Journalist of the month: Najia Ashar

Pakistani broadcast journalist Najia Ashar has covered many of Pakistan’s most important stories — but her greatest learning experience of all may have been her recent John S. Knight Journalism Fellowship.

Sam Berkhead | December 30, 2015

8 summer journalism internships to apply for over your winter break

Need to find a summer internship? You still have time to apply to one of these eight paid internship opportunities at newsrooms across the U.S.

IJNet | December 10, 2015
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ICFJ Knight roundup: Code for South Africa kicks off new data journalism training program

A new data journalism training program in Africa, tracking government spending in Chile and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.

Jefferson Mok | December 04, 2015

How Metrography aims to bring Iraqi photojournalism to the forefront

Metrography editor in chief Stefano Carini and cofounder Sebastian Meyer discuss the ways in which their organization helps bring local Iraqi photographers' work to the global media.

Abbey Adkison | November 27, 2015

Six worldwide journalism opportunities to apply for in December

Looking to expand your journalism toolkit, take on a new beat or receive recognition for your work? Check out these promising courses, fellowships and competitions with deadlines in December.

IJNet | November 23, 2015

Inside AidInfoPlus, a new training resource for journalists using international development data

This free platform will help journalists, aid workers and others access, fact-check and interpret data related to international development efforts, boosting transparency and accountability.

Sam Berkhead | November 23, 2015

Building great data tools is not enough

ICFJ Knight Fellow Raymond Joseph highlights the importance of outreach and training to introduce new data tools to journalists. 

Raymond Joseph | November 20, 2015

Four free online plagiarism checkers

IJNet rounds up four free tools for journalists who want to avoid the pitfalls of plagiarism.

IJNet | November 17, 2015

WHO offers tips for journalists covering road safety

In line with the Global High Level Conference on Road Safety in Brasilia, Brazil, ICFJ and WHO educate journalists on how to find stories within WHO’s newly-released road safety report.

Sam Berkhead | November 17, 2015

Investigative Reporters and Editors launches on-demand data journalism training site

NICAR-Learn, a new platform for on-demand data journalism learning, offers online tutorials on using Excel, tapping into your command line and more.

IJNet | November 12, 2015

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