The European Jounalirm Centre has published its new reporting grants and useful resources for journalists:

 

New call for applications for our global health reporting grants
The European Journalism Centre has recently opened the final call for applications for its Global Health Journalism Grant Programmes for Germany and France. 20 grants worth €15,000 on average each will be awarded to freelance or staff journalist working on topics such as health, science, development cooperation or international affairs, reported from developing countries. Deadline is 5 February 2020.
Learn more and apply here!

 

 

 

Last chance to register: event on identity & inclusion in journalism
The News Impact Summit is going to Munich this week and you can still register! Together with experts from BBC, Hostwriter, Oxford University, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Neue Deutsche Medienmacher and others, we will explore and showcase best practices around diversity and inclusion in the newsrooms and the news.
When? Friday 6 December 2019
Where? Munich, Germany
How much? Free of charge. You can register here to save your seat.

 

 

 

Hot off the press! New articles from DataJournalism.com
This month, we have published two new publications that will help you dive deep into the world of data journalism. “The dos and don’ts of Predictive Journalism” by G. Elliott Morris explores the strengths and weaknesses of using data-driven predictions and how we can minimize forecasting errors. “Data journalism: a guide for editors” by  Maud Beelmn and Jennifer LaFleur will equip you with all the skills necessary to edit data-based investigations.

 

 

 

Free templates and resources for engaged journalism
The Engaged Journalism Accelerator has published a collection of free resources (templates, examples and exercises) from its latest event, Engagement Explained Live: Building resilience. They include a toolkit to help you assess reader revenue opportunities in your organisation,  a canvas to map out ways to involve your community, as well as slides and main takeaways from the event. 

 

 

 

New report on artificial intelligence and journalism
A new report on AI and journalism has been published by Polis in collaboration with the Google News Initiative. Written by Charlie Beckett, New powers, new responsibilities. A global survey of journalism and artificial intelligence is based on a global survey of 71 news organisations in 32 countries and explores the current applications and future implications of AI technologies for journalism. 
You can download it here