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Journalists working or interested in the Ghana Oil and Gas sector are invited to join the Ghana Oil and Gas Online Forum. The group was formed by the International Institute for ICT Journalism, and contains relevant links, news and information on the topic.
The Alliance of Indonesian Radio Journalists (ALWARRI) has been launched in Gorontalo, on Sulawesi island. President Director of Radio Republic Indonesia, Parni Hadi, said the association will be involved with three things: the welfare of journalists, journalist safety, and training.
Caribbean journalists can improve their journalism skills during a week of workshops and seminars that will be held June 14 to 19 at the University of the West Indies (UWI) in Belize City. Registration is ongoing.
Colombia-based organization Consejo de Redacción (CdR) is organizing an investigative journalism meeting on April 30 and May 1 in Bogotá. The meeting will feature international experts who will offer "an overview of what is going on with investigative jornalism in several countries."
Radio journalists in Ecuador can apply for scholarships to attend a workshop on investigative journalism and new media from March 22 to 31 in Quito. Centro Internacional de Estudios de Periodismo para América Latina (CIESPAL), in partnership with Deutsche Welle's DW-AKADEMIE and the Friedrich Ebert Stiffung Foundation, are offering 12 scholarships to news radio producers.
Moroccan radio journalists are invited to take part in a five-day production-oriented training course which will be held in Marrakech, Morocco from March 29 to April 2. The course will be conducted in French.