Wednesday, March 26, 2008


World Journalism Institute to Hold Pan-African Workshop

New York, N.Y.-The World Journalism Institute has announced that it will
hold the first ever pan-African workshop for African Christian journalists
January 17 - 23, 2009.

The weeklong workshop will be held on the campus of the African Bible
University ( outside of Kampala,

Open to all African Christian journalists, the workshop will comprise of
lectures, seminars, discussion and individual attention for the
participants. The institute will bring America journalists and educators to
ABC for the workshop. As teachers are arranged, information will be posted
on the institute web site (

The workshop fee is $100 (USD), and includes housing and meals on campus,
workshop materials and tuition. Attendees are responsible for transportation
to and from ABU.

Applicants must be proficient in English and complete the application
requirements as listed on the institute website.

WJI Director Robert Case said, "For years we have been getting inquiries
from African Christian journalists for training and encouragement. The time
seems right for us to go to Africa and offer our program in an accessible

For more information:
Kimberly Collins
World Journalism Institute
350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1500
New York, NY 10118

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