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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.
The International Press Institute (IPI) will hold its annual World Congress in both Austria and Slovakia this year. The event, also celebrating the 60th anniversary of IPI, is titled "Thinking the Unthinkable--Are We Losing the News?" There is no registration deadline, but those who register before July 1 receive a discount.
The UAE-based Twofour54 Tadreeb is offering training courses in all aspects of media content development for media professionals.The courses include broadcast technology, television production, digital media, news room management, television news reporting, radio journalism and media business. The academy is located in Abu Dhabi.
The Nile River flows through 11 countries, and news coverage is largely fragmented. InfoNile is a new geojournalism project that uses data and mapping to better cover water-related issues in the region.