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Representatives of Article 19, the Committee to Protect Journalists, and Reporters Without Borders participated in the presentation of the ebook.

NGOs propose measures to improve protection of journalists in Latin America during launch of Knight Center/UNESCO multilingual ebook on the subject

Given the failure of protection mechanisms for journalists, members of the press must strengthen self-protection, solidarity within the profession and links with civil society, said representatives of Article 19, Reporters Without Borders and the Committee to Protect Journalists.

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Advanced data journalism - Doing more with R

Grow your data journalism toolkit with Knight Center course on R programming language

“Advanced data journalism - Doing more with R” runs from Sept. 5 to Oct. 2, 2022 and is taught by Andrew Ba Tran, investigative data reporter for The Washington Post. Registration is now open.

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Three journalists in center surrounded by seals on safety

Knight Center to launch ebook on journalist safety in Latin America and Caribbean during webinar

Join the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas Tuesday, Aug. 2, for a free webinar as we launch a free multilingual ebook on journalist safety in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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How to cover the climate crisis - and fight disinformation

Learn to cover climate change and combat disinformation in a new Knight Center course. Sign up now. It’s free!

Stories showing the impact of climate change are in the news every day. Even still, not every journalist is prepared to tell them. For this reason, the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas is offering the free multilingual online course "How to Cover the Climate Crisis — and Fight Disinformation,” thanks to support from Google […]

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mapping

Add mapping skills to your journalist toolkit with new online course from the Knight Center

Maps are a powerful visual tool for journalists to analyze geographical data, identify patterns, and make sense of an overwhelming amount of data. We’ll explore their practical application in our new course, “Hands-on Mapping for Journalists: How to use geographical data to improve your stories” which runs for four weeks from July 7 to Aug. 11, 2022. Registration is open now!

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Curso Autodirigido Periodismo Empreendedor

Successful MOOC on entrepreneurial journalism wraps up after reaching 5,500 students; now available as self-directed course

Nearly 5,500 students from 59 countries seized the opportunity to learn how to start and sustain their own journalism ventures in a free online course from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, Ajor and SembraMedia.

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