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21 December – London, UK
Now in its seventh year, it has become a true tradition at The Frontline Club, to join friends and former colleagues from Kabul for a catch-up at the annual Afghanistan Christmas Drinks in "the Club."
8-12 January 2019 – Honolulu, Hawaii
"This Is Not A Drill," lead by a Atomic Reporters and the Stanley Foundation, is hosting a unique five-day workshop, looking at reporting on nuclear weapons and crisis response journalism.
13 January 2019 – Leeds, England
The Centre for Research in Social Sciences and Humanities (CRSSH) is hosting an international journalism conference "Who Creates the News?" in Leeds, England, at the Queen's Hotel.
16-17 January 2019 – Cancun, Mexico
The Latin American region is growing in terms of fleet growth and modernization. As aircraft equipped with the latest technology enters into service, maintenance organizations are facing the need to upgrade capabilities to support and accommodate these new technologies.
16 January 2019, Brussels, Begium
The folk at Media Diversity Institute are hosting their 20th anniversary event. Join them for an evening of debate and celebration as they assess the challenges of reporting on religion in the current media landscape.
1-2 April 2019 – Vienna, Austria
Featuring panel discussions, intimate Q&As and extensive networking opportunities, DME'19 is set to examine solutions to the issues facing publishers in this period of rapid change.
18 January 2019 – Geneva, Switzerland
Registration is now open for the 2nd Global Constructive Journalism Conference 2019, hosted by Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva.
22 January 2019 – London, UK
Becky Gardiner, senior lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London, and former Comment editor for the Guardian will lead a three-hour master class in how to pitch a story to editors. Everything from how to write the perfect pitch email to an editor, to how to increase your chances of getting recommissioned.
24 January 2019 - London, United Kingdom
Ethical Journalism Network along with WAN-IFRA are hosting an event at the Frontline Club, to mark the 8 year anniversary of the Tahrir Square protests in Cairo that began on 25th January 2011.
29 January 2019 – Brussels, Belgium
The EU Commission is holding a conference in Brussels, Belgium, tittled "Countering Disinformation: Towards a More Transparent, Credible, and Diverse Digital Media Ecosystem."
31 January - 1 February 2019 – Berlin, Germany
Join the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) for their 2019 "UNCOVERED: Investigative Journalism for Europe Conference" in Berlin, Germany.
31 January - 1 February – Berlin, Germany
The ECPMF will hold its event "UNCOVERED" in Berlin, Germany. The conference will explore digital self-defence, and give you to the opportunity to network with practitioners and politicians, learning about the impressive investigations of the IJ4EU grantees.
31 January 2019 - Stirling, Scotland
Following MisinfoCon summits in Boston, London, Kyiv and Washington DC, Hacks/Hackers Scotland are teaming up with Mozilla to offer a full-day unconference around misinformation and ‘information disorder’.
1-2 February 2019 – Miami, Florida
The Computation + Journalism Symposium 2019 at the University of Miami will celebrate the work of journalists and researchers in exploring new and exciting ways to tell stories.
2 February 2019 – London, UK
Women in Journalism will host freelance journalist Sue Donna in London to give a workshop on "How to Write the Perfect Pitch"
1-3 June 2019, Glasgow, United Kingdom
The World News Media Congress is a unique gathering of chief editors, publishers and CEO´s, passionate about media freedom and taking action to ensure a sustainable news industry. Join in Glasgow for the 71st World News Media Congress.
14 May 2019, San Francisco, USA
This workshop aims at bringing together researchers, practitioners, and educators in computer science, journalism, communication studies, information science and systems, law and public policy, psychology, and political science in order to explore four themes. Preference will be given to studies that take computational and/or data-driven approaches to the challenge.
7-11 July 2019, Madrid, SpainFind out more »
9 February 2019 – London, UK
The Guardian is holding a masterclass with one of their award-winning journalists Will Storr on long-form journalism and storytelling. The class covers the essential skills of feature writing – from pitching story ideas to editors to crafting compelling articles for different publications.
14-15 February 2019 – Vienna, Austria
ECREA is hosting a Journalism Studies Conference in Vienna in 2019. The conference aims to explore media ecologies, coupled with shifts in public discourse, which are challenging received assumptions about journalism, and therefore also raising fundamental questions for journalism scholars.