Journalism and technology training brought together more than 600 reporters in Latin America
Organized by UNESCOs Regional Science Office for Latin America and the Caribbean the course gathered more than 600 journalists from 13 countries in the region to improve understanding research and coverage of technology and internet issues and make them more relevant to their audiences
More than 3.000 journalists from the region applied to obtain the Diploma in Human Rights
The second edition of the course offered by the InterAmerican Court of Human Rights together with UNESCO Montevideo the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the InterAmerican Institute of Human Rights ended with a very high level of reception and interest in the subject
Knight Center course on COVID19 vaccines is available in Guarani
As part of the WHOfunded project CoronavirusFacts Addressing the infodemic by empowering journalists and citizens UNESCO Montevideo launched in video format and translated into Guarani the webinar that offers international perspectives for journalists covering COVID19 vaccines
Meet the winners of the Marcelo Jelen Award!
The journalists who received the distinction are Julieta NúñezTomas for her article No vale Copiar published on the website Sala de Redacción and Cecilia ÁlvarezSandar for her report Hijos Privados printed in the La Diaria newspaper in Uruguay
How to improve governance through electronic resources?
The 13th International Conference on Electronic Governance begins Promoted by ICEGOV the United Nations and the University of the Aegean and Harokopio in Athens the conference aims to strengthen the use of new technologies
Open Online Course: Internet Journalism and Technology: how to cover its impacts beyond gadgets
UNESCO and the Knight Center are inviting media journalists and other interested parties to participate in a training focused on technology and internet news coverage to be held from 27 July to 23 August 2020