Journalists who plan to collaborate with other journalists or wish to expand on a previous investigation are invited to apply for this grant from the International Center for Journalism (ICFJ)'s Investigative Reporting Initiative in the Americas.
The International Center for Journalists is hiring a full-time project coordinator, data researcher/editor, part-time editor, part-time data visualization editor and part-time editor/mentor. Positions can be based in any location.
Journalists can join a webinar led by ICFJ Knight Fellow Pedro Burgos at 12 p.m. EST Nov. 27 on strategies that any newsroom can use to understand how their work affects society in a more direct way than traffic and social media buzz.
The winners of ICFJ’s Early Childhood Development Reporting Contest will talk about how they developed their story ideas and the health-and-development challenges children in their countries face during a webinar at 2 p.m. UTC on Tuesday, Jan. 17.