The Fund for Investigative Journalism’s Board of Directors meets three times each year to consider grant applications for investigative projects.
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The East-West Center is accepting applications for the 2017 Senior Journalists Seminar which will bring together 12-16 international journalists for an immersive 22-day dialogue, study, and trav Read more
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The 2017 Visura Grant aims to support the production and development of a personal photography project. Visura awards one winner with a $5000 cash prize. Other photographers are recognized with Read more
The Centre for Excellence in Journalism (CEJ), Karachi is accepting applications for a training course in TV Talk Show Production.
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The Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship provides academic and professional opportunities to advance the reporting skills of women journalists who focus on human rights and social justice.
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The Thomson Reuters Foundation is looking to make it easier for journalists in Pakistan to cover sensitive stories.
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The 10th Global Investigative Journalism Conference (GIJC) will be held in Johannesburg, South Africa, from November 16 to 19. It is being co-hosted by the Global Investigative Journalism Networ Read more
Journalists with at least five-year experience can apply for the Reuters Institute's Google Digital News Fellowships to pursue a three, six or nine month’s research program.
The Express Tribune, November 9, 2016
We all have favorite daydreams. The ones we reel off on the megaplex screen in our minds at 2:00 am when sleep has done the disappearing act and we are either cricket champions bringing home the World Cup or celebrity singers belting out big hits to an audience of thousands or Oscar winners giving 'thank you' speeches or pre ...Read more...
Edited by Shorish Kashmiri, weekly Chattan was closed down on 22 April 1968 under the Defence of Pakistan Rules.
A summary military court sentenced the editor of Kaenat, Bahawalpur, Waliullah Ahad, and its reporter, Bashir Anwar, for 15 and nine months’ rigorous imprisonment respectively and fined them Rs10,000 each, on charges of “spreading hatred and dissatisfaction against the government.” On vigorous agitation by PFUJ and CPNE, the Ayub government ordered their release after three months.