Journalists residing in Latin America with two to three years of newsroom experience and knowledge of data and investigative journalism can apply for this program.
As part of its Investigative Reporting Initiative in the Americas 2013-2020, in association with Connectas, the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) organizes the workshop "El futuro del periodismo: desafíos a la libertad de expresión e interrupción digital" (The future of journalism: challenges to the freedom of expression and digital interruption).
The workshop will take place Dec. 1 to 3 in Panama City.
Participants will receive training on data visualization tools, collaborative journalism, digital security protocols, in-depth news with short videos, and more. They will also work on the prototype of a digital project that can be developed after the conference. The best project will receive an award of US$3,000 and additional online training.
Selected candidates will receive roundtrip tickets, accommodation and meals.
The deadline to apply is Oct. 22.
For more information (in Spanish) click here.