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Nominations sought for Percy Qoboza Award

NABJ is inviting nominations for its annual Percy Qoboza Award, which honors the groundbreaking, and sometimes life-threatening, work done by foreign journalists covering the Diaspora. The award is named for the late Percy Peter Tshidiso Qoboza, editor of The World … Continue reading

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Nominations sought for Sadiq press award

AHMEDPUR EAST –  The Rural Media Network Pakistan (RMNP) has invited nominations for its annual Sadiq Press Freedom Award. This year, RMNP Sadiq Press Freedom Award has been instituted with the support of journalists, media consultant and former director of … Continue reading

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East-West Center hosts fellows

https://www.eastwestcenter.org/ewc-in-washington/visiting-fellows/asia-studies-fellowship The East-West Center (EWC) accepts applications from scholars and analysts who wish to undertake research and writing on topics of relevance to contemporary US-Asia policy. We are particularly interested in proposals regarding key challenges in U.S.-Asia relations and possible … Continue reading

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Fellowships send journalism students abroad

DEADLINE:  Thursday, December 1, 2016 Graduate and undergraduate students, studying at American colleges and universities or Americans studying abroad, who aspire to become foreign correspondents, are invited to apply for one of 15 scholarships or fellowships to be awarded by … Continue reading

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NABJ-WSJ Panel on how to become a foreign correspondent

Thanks to everyone who came out to our panel on how to become a foreign correspondent hosted by the Wall Street Journal. And special thanks to our panelists Eugenia Harvey, Rebecca Blumenstein and Kimberly Johnson. You can watch our Facebook … Continue reading

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Scholarship available for public radio conference

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The Trace Is Looking for A Digital News Fellow

The Trace is a new nonprofit digital magazine dedicated to daily, in-depth coverage of guns in America. Our founding staff of writers and editors have joined the team after tours at the New York Times, The New Yorker, The New … Continue reading

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Audio of the 2016 NABJ Global Affairs Task Force Meeting

  PBS sponsored the Annual Meeting of the NABJ Global Journalism Task Force at the NABJ/NAHJ Joint Convention in Washington, D.C. The forum’s title was: The World Is Small: Increasing the Number of Minority Foreign Correspondents/ Telling the Story of a … Continue reading

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2016 NABJ Global Affairs Task Force Meeting

PBS sponsored the Annual Meeting of the NABJ Global Journalism Task Force at the NABJ/NAHJ Joint Convention in Washington, D.C. The forum’s title was: The World Is Small: Increasing the Number of Minority Foreign Correspondents/ Telling the Story of a Changing … Continue reading

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Staff of The Post in Zambia receives Percy Qoboza Award

NABJ bestowed the Percy Qoboza Award for courage in pursuit of truth to Fred M’membe, editor of The Post of Zambia and his staff. The Zambian government shut down the newspaper to obstruct its ability to cover this week’s elections. … Continue reading

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