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IPD's capacity-building activities are designed to assist governments and their citizens acquire the ability and skills to engage in substantive internal policy debates and deal effectively with the international financial community.

Our Journalism Program helps strengthen journalists' economic literacy and equip them to report and write about the major economic issues confronting developing economies such as banking reform, privatization, trade agreements, financial crises, labor issues and globalization and the role of international financial institutions. Journalists learn from experts in these areas, including academics, World Bank officials and NGO representatives. They also receive training in critical and analytic journalism, reporting fairly on diverse views, investigative reporting, and computer research skills from experienced journalists.

See below for information on other journalism resources:

Fellowships

The Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism offers qualified journalists the opportunity to enhance their understanding and knowledge of business, economics and finance in a year-long, full-time program administered by the Columbia University journalism school in New York.

Training Materials

The International Center for Journalists in Washington DC has a variety of training materials for journalists, from those who are new to the profession to veterans who want to expand or refresh their skills.

Training Programs

The International Institute for Journalism (IIJ) in Berlin offers advanced training and dialogue for print and news agency journalists as well as for online journalists.
The Thomson Reuters Foundation (TRF) in London provides Reuters Training Programmes for journalists around the globe.