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2-3 May 2019, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
On 3 May 2019, UNESCO will celebrate the 26th edition of World Press Freedom Day in almost 100 countries. This year’s theme is “Media for Democracy: Journalism and Elections in Times of Disinformation”.
3-5 May 2019, Columbia, Missouri
The RJI at the University of Missouri is hosting their annual "Women in Journalism Workshop" in May 2019 at the Smith Forum. The two-day workshop will focus on self-care and first-aid training, as well as virtual reality and preparing for violent breaking news coverage.
23 May 2019, Philadelphia, USA
This year’s Media Impact Forum will explore the intersection between the arts, culture, and media, and will focus on the impact of creative expression through media. In particular, we’ll take a close look at the connection between radio and community, and how this format continues to promote civic dialogue to the broadest audiences possible.
4-6 June 2019 – Geneva, Switzerland
Join the International Press Institute for the 2019 World Congress Event in Geneva, Switzerland. The World Congress two-day conference will discuss issues relating to media freedom and quality journalism, gathering more than 300 leading media professionals each year.
5-7 June 2019, Berlin, Germany
Proposals are invited to make submissions on the three themes: Data Governance, Digital Inclusion and Security, Safety, Stability & Resilience.
11-14 June 2019 – Tunis, Tunisia
RightsCon is the world’s leading conference on human rights in the digital age, brought to you by Access Now.
13-15 June,2019 – Athens, Greece
GEN Summit 2019 is shaping up to address issues about the future of journalism while exploring themes around Voice, Visual Journalism and Verification.
19 - 20 June 2019 - The Hague, Netherlands
The European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG), an open multi-stakeholder platform to exchange views about the Internet and how it is governed will take place on 19 – 20 June 2019 at the Word Forum, The Hague.
19-21 June 2019 – Lisbon, Portugal
The annual GEN Summit 2019 will feature key speakers at the forefront of journalism and technology giving you the skills and tools to bring about change of global newsrooms.
4-6 July 2019 – London, UK
The CIJ Summer Conference is the UK’s only journalism training event with an emphasis on teaching investigative skills. They offer a mixture of talks, demos, and hands-on classes which are designed to equip journalists and anyone interested in investigations with the up-to-date investigative methods and tools.
9-11 July 2019 – Paris, France
Join the World Journalism Education Congress in Paris, France, in July 2019. The conference will focus on digitalisation, teaching methods, curricula, and how journalism schools could be on the verge of radically changing the way they teach journalism.
12-15 July 2019 – Brno, Czech Republic
The 25th International Conference of the International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies (IAICS) seeks proposals.
19-21 July 2019, Toronto, Canada
The International Conference on Social Media & Society (#SMSociety) is an annual gathering of leading social media researchers from around the world."
21-23 August 2019, Malmo, Sweden
NordMedia 2019 will be held on 21st-23rd August at Malmö University in Sweden. The theme of the conference is Communication, Creativity and Imagination: Challenging the Field.
The conference will address the field’s past and current trends, and to envisioning new avenues for creation and collaboration. It will examine media and communication studies at the nexus of global shifts, and how it will affect and be reflected in academia.
5-7 September 2019 – San Antonio, Texas
The Excellence in Journalism Conference (EIJ) will be held in San Antonio, Texas, in 2019, and requests for submissions, proposals, and ideas are now being accepted.
25-29 September 2019 – Hamburg, Germany
The Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) and Netzwerk Recherche (NR) are hosting the International Journalism "Go Deeper" Conference in Hamburg, Germany, in 2019.
26-28 September 2019, Bonn, Germany
The Communications and Media Studies department of the University of Bonn, Germany is hosting a conference on "The Future of Democracy in the Digital Age."