Journalists from independent news organizations in Latin America can now apply for a three-week fellowship in the United States offered by the International Center for Journalists. Read more »
The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard has announced the creation of a new project-based fellowship that is not restricted to practicing journalists and is intended for shorter visit terms. The foundation is now receiving applications. Read more »
Digital platform created by Knight International Journalism Fellow will use open data to monitor Amazon rainforest
There is already enough public data available to follow the destruction process of the largest rainforest in the world, but what is missing is a way to aggregate all of the available information and make it easier for the public to understand what is happening to the Amazon. Read more »
Winners announced for prestigious Harvard Nieman Fellowships and John S. Knight Fellowships at Stanford
Winners have been announced for two of the most prestigious fellowships for journalists: the 75th class of Nieman Fellows at Harvard and the John S. Knight Journalism Fellows at Stanford University. Read more »
The International Center For Journalists (ICFJ) has announced the newest recipients of the Knight International Journalism Fellowships. Among the fellowship recipients are Argentine journalist Sandra Crucianelli and Brazilian journalist Gustavo Faleiros, both of whom will be focusing their fellowships on data journalism. Read more »
Female journalists interested in human rights coverage can apply now for 2012-2013 Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship
The International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF) announced a call for applications for the 2012-2013 Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship, open to all female journalists around the world that work with human rights and social justice coverage, according to the organization's website. The deadline for applications is April 30. Read more »
World Press Institute offering international fellowship for journalists to spend 9 weeks in the U.S.
The World Press Institute (WPI) is accepting applications for the 2012 WPI Fellowship. The fellowship brings 10 print, broadcast, and online journalists from around the world to the United States for a nine-week program.
Searching for ways to improve your journalism skills? Looking to get experience reporting abroad? The list of upcoming journalism fellowships for 2012 compiled by the International Center for Journalists might be exactly what you were looking for. Read more »
Q&A: Colombian journalist Carlos Huertas discusses developing transnational journalism as a Harvard Nieman fellow
Colombian journalist Carlos Eduardo Huertas is the investigations editor for the political magazine Semana and the founder of the Newsroom Council, which promotes investigative journalism. In his career as a journalist Huertas has specialized in themes like corruption, human rights and the environment. He has also been involved in many of the magazine's award-winning projects, including the King of Spain in 2008, the Press and Society Institute's Best Corruption Investigative journalism in Latin America and the Caribbean award, and Transparency International's award for investigating the connections between paramilitaries and Colombian politicians. Read more »