Journalist of the month: Kamilia Lahrichi

Journalist of the month Kamilia Lahrichi has worked everywhere from Hong Kong to the Middle East to South America. She discussed her experiences with IJNet.

Sam Berkhead | May 26, 2016

Connect with IJNET


International Women's Media Foundation organizes trip to Uganda [Worldwide]

Women journalists with at least three years of experience and excellent English skills can apply for a reporting trip to Uganda.

Workshop for young journalists open [Europe]

Journalists ages 18 to 26 from European countries, especially Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Belarus, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia, can participate in this workshop in Potsdam, Germany.

Photography on climate change contest open [Latin America]

Works must reflect the impact of climate change in Latin America or the Caribbean. The winner will receive US$2,000.

Earth Journalism Network offers grants for reporting on climate change [Worldwide]

Journalists and other expert media practitioners who want to cover climate change in the Pacific Islands can apply for grants of up to US$1,000.

National Geographic Traveler hosts photo contest [Worldwide]

Photographers can enter digital photos to earn prizes including a photo expedition to Manitoba, Canada.

Online course focuses on gender and human trafficking for journalists [Latin America, Spain]

The Anne Frank Human Rights Corporation, Stop Human Trafficking Network and the Documentation Center on Human Trafficking offer the course "Gender perspective and media representations in the struggle against human trafficking" in Spanish.


For rates or to place your advertisement here, call +1 202-349-7625 or email us.

ICFJ will bring two Indian journalists to Washington, D.C., and to the News Corp headquarters in New York City to learn the key elements of a digital newsroom. Deadline is June 5.

All through May 2016, .PRESS Domains will raise funds to contribute toward freedom of the press.

Recent tweets

Follow @IJNet on Twitter