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South Africa Writers’ College offers an array of online one-on-one courses for those wishing to hone their journalistic skills. Journalists of all levels are encouraged to participate, and may have a chance to have their final works published.
Journalists from Asia and Europe are invited to participate in a professional online journalism course that will discuss the chances and challenges facing online journalists. The seminar, held by the Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University, will take place August 17 to 20 in Malaysia.
The Media Cultural Center in Tehran is offering training workshops and courses on journalism, media and art, and information technology. The courses cover a range of different topics such as photojournalism, reporting, interview techniques, and blogging. The courses are taught by professional academic trainers. Both both and advanced levels are offered.
The United Nations Information Center in Mexico (CINU, in Spanish) is looking for volunteers and journalists to work in communications and administrative capacities. In addition to collaborating with CINU, candidates can participate in other UN programs, funds and agencies in Mexico, through the Economic Comission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC).
An online course will explore literary journalism with Spanish critics and writers Antonio J. Rodríguez and Luna Miguel. The course is being organized by Spanish bookstore Un Cuarto Propio. The course will begin on June 24, to be held for eight Thursdays. Registration costs EU€120 (about US$100), which can be paid in two installments.