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Namibian newspaper The Caprivi Vision is organizing a series of training workshops for aspiring Namibian journalists on writing, news gathering, reporting, graphic design and marketing in order to reinforce the human capacity of community newspapers.
Media development organization Frayintermedia invites African journalists to participate in a three-day modular course on interactive social marketing tools, to be held in Johannesburg from June 8 to 10.
Arab journalists are invited to a conference on children's TV in the Arab world, to be held June 4 at the University of Westminster, London. The conference will bring together executives, scholars and other experts from all parts of the children's television landscape, including broadcasters, producers, educators, policy-makers, regulators and advisors.
Journalists and journalism students interested in pursuing post-graduate studies in social communication can apply for a scholarship to attend the IE School of Communication in Spain. Deadline: May 30.
Iraqi journalists and photojournalists are invited to attend a training workshop on hostile environments and first aid, to be held in the northern city of Erbil from May 30 to June 6. The workshop is organized by the Baghdad-based Journalistic Freedoms Observatory (JFO) and the Institute of War and Peace Reporting (IWPR).
From August 17 to 20, journalists will gather in Malaysia to discuss the way to reach new audiences through social media, blogs and online newspapers. The seminar, "Professional Online Journalism: Chances and Challenges," will gather online journalists from several Asian and European countries.