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12 November – Paris, France
Join the media development stakeholders attending the 2018 Internet Governance Forum (IGF) for an afternoon symposium to discuss strategies for our sector to increase engagement and overall impact in global internet governance processes.
13 November, London, England
The Beyond Conference 2018 will bring you leading thinkers and practitioners from the world of media and the creative arts. Beyond will explore the relationship between research, academia and business innovation, bringing together business leaders, creatives, researchers, policy makers, journalists, funders and anyone with an interest in the future.
14 Nov - 16 Nov, 2018, Bogota, Colombia
Digital Media LATAM 2018 brings to you a concise, carefully-tailored, rich and relevant programme along with a perfect mix of business, editorial and technology topics. It will deliver a series of sessions from the world's best speakers brought to LATAM, on a wide range of topics including innovation in newsrooms, digital journalism storytelling, audience monetisation and data science for media companies.
14-15 Nov 2018, Brussels, Belgium
Now in its 8th year, AidEx is established as the leading platform for the international aid and development community to come together and improve the efficiency of aid.
14-15 November – Edinburgh, UK
Tickets are now available for the annual two-day News XChange conference, which focuses on the key ideas, opportunities and challenges with in today's international media industry. News XChange draws 600+ reporters, bloggers and start-up entrepreneurs from all around the world to share, discuss ideas and learn from one another.
15 Nov - 17 Nov, 2018, Prague, Czech Republic
Prague Media Point is a series of annual international conferences, dedicated to discussing the changing media landscape in a professional, political, economic, and social context. These events gather leading academics, journalists, media executives, and experts from around the world to exchange experiences, establish new relationships, and debate challenges facing both traditional and new media. The topic for this iteration of conference is Media and Technology: Innovative Journalism in a Contested Political Space.
15 November – Washington, D.C.
We know that behavior science can be used to the spread of misinformation and disinformation. Join Media Impact Funders for a webinar to learn how funders are trying to stop it.
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Scientists play a crucial role in connecting science and scientific thinking to many audiences, and communications training can help scientists prepare for a myriad of interactions.
19 November – London, UK
Join The Frontline Club for an evening with award-winning photojournalist and author Lynsey Addario as she shares her latest book "Of Love and War" – a collection of 200 photographs by Addario from across Africa, the Middle East and South-East Asia across her 20 year career covering conflict.
22-23 November – Berlin, Germany
The 2018 FoME Symposium will address media capture, and to what extent this expanding strategy influences democracy, pluralism and freedom of the press and how to prevent “The Silent Takeover” of the free media.
23 November – London, UK
The Guardian Education Centre is hosting a one-day conference, mainly for English and Media teachers on to find out how an international news organisation works and gain experience, skills and resources that can be used in the classroom.
26-30 November – Grahamstown, South Africa
The Highway Africa Centre, part of the School of Journalism and Media Studies at Rhodes University (Grahamstown, South Africa), is offering fellowship training programs to practicing journalists at its Highway Africa Conference.
29-30 Nov, 2018, Grahamstown, South Africa
The Highway Africa Conference is a project of Rhodes University (Grahamstown, South Africa). The 22-year old event is supported by a variety of partners including Government, corporate South Africa and development agencies.
30 Nov to 2 Dec, 2018, Dead Sea, Jordan
More than 450 media professionals and investigative reporters will meet to recharge their skills, learn new tools, and get acquainted with latest trends in investigative reporting.
3 December – Berlin, Germany
The EJC is holding their annual News Impact Summit in Berlin. With guest leading guest speakers in journalism and academia, the summit will focus on management and leadership as well as collaboration and the cultural organisation of news.
7 December – Toronto, Canada
Join the McLuhan Salons series and the Reuters Philippine correspondent, Manny Mogato, for a presentation on: “Journalism under attack: The phenomenon of fake news and challenges of accountability in the new media” in which he discusses the spread of fake news in the Philippines and how this undermines the news media’s role.
10 December – London, England
The former BBC journalist Sue Lllewellyn is hosting a workshop on "Mastering the art of Instagram" with Journalism.co.uk.
13 December – Washington, DC
Join CIMA this December for a conference on "Reading the Charts: What Data Can Tell Us About Defending The Information Space"
13 December – London, UK
The University College London Political Science Department (UCL) is hosting a talk lead by former journalist for The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger, titled: Breaking News: The Future of Our Media.
14 December – Prague, Czech Republic
ECPMF's NEWSOCRACY event will focus on new forms and shapes of media ownership, and the implications media ownership concentration has on local and regional journalism.