Does your story qualify for the contest? How can you make your application stand out? Program organizers will answer these and other questions in a live Slack chat on Tuesday, October 2 at 9 a.m. EST.
The 21st century has seen information weaponized on an unprecedented scale. A new resource published by the International Center for Journalists plots the current crisis on an international timeline.
ICFJ publishes a Spanish-language guide that addresses the challenges reporters and media organizations face in the digital era.
Winners of the 2018 Knight International Journalism Award, Maria Ressa and Joseph Poliszuk, were selected for their digitally-focused, investigative reporting.
Need a letter of recommendation for a job, fellowship or other opportunity? Here are tips to make the process hassle-free for you — and your recommender.
During a program from ICFJ and the United Nations Foundation, 20 journalism students from the Washington, D.C. area gathered for three days to improve their ability to report on development issues.
Kenyan broadcast journalist Mercy Juma discusses her experiences as the first-ever Michael Elliott Award winner — and insights for fellow African journalists hoping to enter the contest.
A new global study from the International Center for Journalists has found that while some news organizations and journalists are making strides in adopting new technologies, even more newsrooms are falling behind.
What should you know before starting an immersive newsroom internship? Recent Back in the Newsroom Fellow Terrance Smith shares his biggest tips.
Ron Taylor, a veteran journalist who mentored ICFJ's Back in the Newsroom Fellowship, shares advice for newsrooms looking to offer more enriching, immersive internships.
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