Capacity building in Latin America: journalism and technology beyond the screen
UNESCOs course Beyond the screen journalism and technology will provide journalists in Latin America with new tools and perspectives to tell more thorough critical and quality stories about the vast world of technology and the Internet
Over 15.000 Judicial Operators will be trained on Freedom of Expression, Access to Public Information and the Safety of Journalists!
On 20 April 2020 the MOOC on freedom of expression access to public information and the protection of journalists for judicial officers begins
Open Online Course: Internet Journalism and Technology: how to cover its impacts beyond gadgets
UNESCO and the Knight Center are inviting media journalists and other interested parties to participate in a training focused on technology and internet news coverage to be held from 27 July to 23 August 2020
The Largest Investigative Journalism Meeting in Latin America Begins
With the support of UNESCO Montevideo the 15th ABRAJI International Congress will take place on the 11th and 12th September of 2020 with free registration for all
Meet the winners of the Marcelo Jelen Award!
The journalists who received the distinction are Julieta NúñezTomas for her article No vale Copiar published on the website Sala de Redacción and Cecilia ÁlvarezSandar for her report Hijos Privados printed in the La Diaria newspaper in Uruguay
Uruguay: call to the Marcelo Jelen National Written Press Award 2021
We invite journalists who work in Uruguay to submit their articles to the 6th Edition of the Marcelo Jelen National Written Press Award before February 10 2022 The event is organized by Cotidiano Mujer with the support of the Uruguayan Press Association APU UN Women and UNESCO