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A course on sub-editing essentials at the University of Technology in Sydney will cover proofreading, layout and design for print publications. The course will take place July 20 to 23, and again November 16 to 19.
Investigative journalists and those interested in investigative journalism in East and West Africa can attend one of two conferences hosted by the Forum for African Investigative Reporters (FAIR). The conferences will showcase regional investigative journalism and discuss struggles faced by investigative journalists. Each will include a boot camp aimed at skill-building.
The Training and Research Center of Hamshahri publications in Tehran is offering journalism workshops in online journalism, multimedia journalism and photojournalism. Each course is offered over 12 sessions.
A range of courses are available for journalists around the world through TOL Training. Courses will be held in Prague. The following courses will be offered throughout the next two months: Investigative Journalism (July), New Media for NGOs (July), Foreign Correspondent training course (July), Photojournalism (August). The cost of courses varies.
Members of the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) are invited to attend ABU’s news group meeting in Thailand on August 5 and 6. Attendees will participate in a discussion around ABU’s daily news exchange, Asiavision, as well as other ABU news activity.
Iraqi radio journalists are invited to participate in a radio journalism workshop in Baghdad in early July. During the course, participants will practice their writing and prepare radio reports. They will also learn how to read the news on-air. Participants who pass successfully will receive graduation certificates.