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A three-day workshop in Johannesburg will focus on interactive social marketing tools (such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube), providing an overview of the tools and effective ways to utilize them. The workshop will be held June 8 to 10.
U.S.-based watchdog organization Global Integrity is seeking experts to assist in the publication of their 2010 Global Integrity Report, on corruption around the world. Deadline: June 1. The report will examine corruption in numerous countries based on on-the-ground reporting, quantitative data, government accountability and anti-corruption mechanisms. Writers will be compensated.
Registration is ongoing for the Spain's Balboa Program, intended for young Latin American journalists with professional experience. Applicants should be 32 years old or younger. Fellows will learn about Spanish and European institutions that contribute to the development of multilateral relations among Latin America and Europe.
Journalists in the Arab world are invited to participate in a panel discussion on digital journalism, which will be held in Dubai, UAE on May 24. At the panel, the event's organizer, the SAE Institute, will launch the region's first Diploma in Digital Journalism.
The Tunis-based African Center for Training of Journalists and Communicators (CAPJC) is offering a variety of journalism training workshops for Tunisian journalists this year. Workshops will discuss topics such as news editing, business reporting, newsletter writing, digital journalism, graphic journalism, radio reporting, TV reporting and more.
Chicas Poderosas' project, El Poder de Elegir, tackles misinformation on WhatsApp, one of the most-secretive social platforms, to help ensure that Colombian voters are making their decisions based on facts.