Female journalists from Europe, Africa or the Middle East interested in attending tech conferences can apply for a grant.
Google offers Women in Tech Conference and Travel Grants for female
computer scientists, as part of its ongoing commitment to encourage
women to excel in computing and technology.
Journalists, designers, developers and public information officers can register for this free online course.
The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas
has brought together five experts, including practitioners from The New
York Times, ProPublica, NPR and the Houston Chronicle, to teach the
Massive Open Online Course (or MOOC) in English, “Data-Driven
Journalism: The Basics.”
Research focused non profit organization is contracting journalists
based in All African countries for two-month project reporting on
anti-corruption and development issues in their countries for the
African Integrity Indicators. Journalists from all countries welcome,
those from Lesotho, Guinea Bissau, Congo-Brazzaville, Botswana, Sudan
and South Sudan are particularly encouraged to apply here
(English) and here
Three journalism/photojournalism contests are currently open. Read More...
There are three new courses open for journalists: one on women's issues that will be held in London, England; a Red Cross reporting course held in São Paulo, Brazil; and an online course on journalism and creativity.Read More...
Three fellowships/ scholarships are open for entries. Journalists who qualify are encouraged to apply for the Fellowships for Reporting on Conflict, Violence; Journalism Fellowship for Women in India; and The Ian Parry Scholarship.
The process of being a writer is never finished because there are always ways to improve and learn.Thankfully there are a number of great resources available to help you hone your craft. Click here
for an extensive list of sites dedicated to helping students, bloggers, and professional writers improve their techniques while also becoming better editors and researchers. Read More...
Japanese women who are journalists or artists are eligible for this award.
The Yayori Journalist Award focuses on women journalists and artists
(individuals or groups) who vividly describe and transmit the situation
of women in the world with a gender perspective. Any genres of
expression such as films, writings or printed material will be
considered, but nominees must submit the works that show their