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Please email information about your events for journalists to Marcela Kunova marcela at journalism.co.uk

Africa Media Summit 3.0

Dates: 28 - 29 July 2022

Details: How African news publishers continue to grow audience, revenue, and brand as publishers make the difficult transition from print to digital will be the focus of the INMA Africa Media Summit. Over two days and nearly eight hours, hear directly from peers throughout Africa on their best practices in the face of societal and business challenges. INMA will focus African participants on the business of news media: audience development, advertising, the smart use of data and insights, and emerging digital models that work for emerging markets.

Venue: TBC

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SRCCON

Dates: 22 - 23 June 2022

Details: SRCCON events are for people who want to transform the ways journalism and tech work in their organisations and communities. They organise the schedule around hands-on sessions, conversations, and workshops focused on the practical challenges that news technology and data teams encounter every day.

Venue: Minneapolis, USA

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INN Days 2022

Dates: 13 - 15 June 2022

Details: This event, organised by the Institute of Nonprofit News (INN) will bring together a network of innovative news leaders, funders, journalists and researchers to explore the most relevant and challenging questions we are facing in the nonprofit news field.

Venue: Alexandria, Virginia, USA and online

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2022 Collaborative Journalism Summit

Dates: 19 - 20 May 2022

Details: This year’s Collaborative Journalism Summit be held in person in Chicago, IL. You’ll be treated to two and a half days of lightning talks, workshops and participatory discussions about a wide array of #collaborativej topics and projects.

Venue: Chicago, IL, USA

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World Congress of News Media

Dates: 5 - 26 May 2022

Details: The INMA World Congress is the news media industry’s pinnacle for what is happening next, the latest strategies, and emerging best practices in subscriptions, data, advertising, newsrooms, and product/tech. As the news industry fully emerges from the pandemic, what has permanently changed and what is the growth path? This 92nd Annual World Congress of News Media is curated by INMA CEO Earl J. Wilkinson.

Venue: TBC

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Solutions Journalism Summit

Dates: 5 - 8 May 2022

Details: The Solutions Journalism Summit is the Solutions Journalism Network‘s (SJN) annual gathering of roughly 70 unbelievably smart and fun journalists from around the world. Over two-and-a-half days, we explore everything tied to reporting on how people are responding to social problems (aka “solutions journalism”) — best practices, new ideas, and potential collaborations among the attendees.

Venue: Utah, USA

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Women in Journalism Workshop 2022

Date: 8 - 10 April 2022

Details: The Women in Journalism Workshop is an annual workshop by the Reynolds Journalism Institute that focuses on challenges and issues specific to women in the journalism industry today. We want to help build safer, more diverse and innovative newsrooms to serve our communities worldwide. You will learn how to innovate the way you cover stories, the management of newsrooms and teams, and be trained in emerging skills and tools.

The WIJ Workshop is committed to being an inclusive, supportive, private, positive and diverse space for discussion, collaboration and learning.

Venue: Missouri, USA

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International Journalism Festival 2022

Date: 6 - 10 April 2022

Details: The International Journalism Festival is one of the landmark annual events in the calendar for the journalism community. After cancelling the event for the past two years due to the coronavirus pandemic, the festival has returned for 2022 for an in-person and online event which is, as usual, free for all attendees, without tickets and without registration.

IFJ invites you to submit using this form for 2022 session proposals. Deadline 31 December. Please note that proposals accepted for the (cancelled) 2020 festival will not be carried forward to 2022. If your 2020 session proposal was accepted and you wish it to be included also in the 2022 programme, kindly submit the proposal again.

Venue: Perugia, Italy, and online

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Priorities for tackling fake news and improving media literacy

Date: 31 March 2022

Details: This conference, organised by Westminster Media Forum, will address current progress, looking at the relationship between platforms, regulators, and governments, the effective defining of parameters and accommodating free expression, and priorities for improving media literacy among businesses, younger people, and across the wider user base.

Venue: TBC

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The R.E.S.T. Summit

Dates: 21 - 25 March 2022

Details: The R.E.S.T. Summit will provide a safe, inclusive, and inspiring virtual space for nonfiction film and video storytellers to collectively lower their protective shields, be vulnerable, and find more balance while reporting on real-world events. Using a community-driven and grassroots approach, this summit is made by creators for creators—to dive into sensitive, often overlooked topics around mental health and safety. Apply before 18 February 2022 to participate.

Venue: Online

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News Product Alliance Summit 2022

Date: 10 - 11 March 2022

Details: The News Product Alliance Summit is a hands-on conference, where everyone who attends actively participates throughout the event. For more information on what to expect as a participant, check out the 2021 participation guide.

It features two programming tracks: Support and Practice. In the Support track, you will form deep connections with peers and discuss topics like navigating a unique career path, confronting challenges in your work, and building your confidence as a leader and changemaker. In the Practice track, you will have the opportunity to learn news product management skills, share case studies and insights, and collaborate to define best practices for news product management.

Venue: Online

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#NICAR22

Dates: 3 - 6 March 2022

Details: Investigative Reporters and Editors' NICAR22 offers something for everyone, from beginners to those on the cutting edge of digital reporting. They offer everything from the basics on using spreadsheets, databases and online mapping to data visualisation and the latest technological advances. You will come away with story ideas, plenty of inspiration and tools to help you overcome typical data hurdles.

Venue: Atlanta, USA

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How Newsrooms Can Creatively Use and Report on XR

Date: 13 December 2021 - 7 February 2022 (every Monday)

Details: In this free six-part Webinar series from INMA and the Meta Journalism Project, we speak with experts in immersive media to help us truly understand what extended reality (XR) is, how we get started, how to report on it, and where the business opportunities lie.

Venue: Online

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