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9 March 2019 – New York City
The Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference (JJCHC), co-sponsored by the American Journalism Historians Association and the History Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, is now accepting submissions for their 2019 conference.
11-22 March 2019 - New York, United States
The sixty-third session of the Commission on the Status of Women will take place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York from 11 to 22 March 2019.
13 March 2019 - Johannesburg, South Africa
Article 19, the Right 2 Know Campaign, Hivos and the Campaign for Freedom of Information invite you to attend a discussion on the on three key issues for sustainable development in Africa.
21 March 2019 – New York, United States
GFMD will be co-hosting a media development panel as part of NGO CSW63 to explore the ways in which women are harnessing online spaces to challenge the stereotyping and misrepresentation in the media.
27 March 2019, Washington DC, USA
The Data Privacy Summit will bring together experts to map out the current landscape for privacy and data in the United States, and to chart a path forward for a user-centered data protection framework.
3 - 7 April 2019 - Perugia, Italy
The thirteenth edition of the International Journalism Festival will take place at Perugia, Italy from 03 to 07 April 2019. The programme attempts to cover most of the major issues of current interest in the media and beyond.
7-9 April 2019 – San Paulo, Brazil
Join ESOMAR for their 2019 conference in San Paulo, Brazil. The two-day conference will discuss everything from business to methodologies, having you to make the best from your work.
12-13 April 2019 – Bloomington, Minnesota
Join the Institute for Non Profit News for their 2019 Midwest Journalism Conference, held in Bloomington, Minnesota. The two-day conference invites journalists from across the Midwest to participate in training sessions, awards ceremonies and networking.
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.
16-17 May 2019 – Stockholm, Sweden
SIF 2019 will explore the most recent threats against democracy online and the responses needed to mobilize openness. Around 500 participants from all continents and renowned keynote speakers will take on one of the most acute challenges for democracy of our times.
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.
In the eighth of their series of ‘Ethics in the News’ events at the Frontline Club, Dorothy Byrne, Head of News and Current Affairs at Channel 4, will be speaking to Rana Sabbagh a founder of Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ).Find out more »
In the context of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Summit in Ottawa, the Centre for Law and Democracy together with UNESCO, will hold a session focusing on the three methodologies to assess implementation of SDG Indicator 16.10.2.Find out more »
1-3 June 2019 – Glasgow, Scotland
The World News Media Congress is the annual meeting of news executives, including publishers, editors and owners, of newspapers from all over the world. It is hosted in a different city each year. The 2018 Congress in Portugal drew around 900 people from over 60 countries for three days of conferences, executive meetings, networking and social events. This year, WMNC will look at the many ways to reconnect newsbrands with the people that will influence future societies.
The Global Alliance for Social and Behavior Change will organise a side event at Women Deliver 2019. The event, titled "The Power of Communication for Gender Equality", aims to illustrate how members of the Global Alliance for Social and Behaviour Change use media, communication, and social and behaviour change to challenge and redefine gender relations.Find out more »
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.
UN expert David Kaye discusses his book on internet governance, including what to do about incitement, disinformation, repression, and surveillance. The future of human rights depends on how these challenges are addressed.Find out more »
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.