Fund for Authentic Journalism
Link with the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict
"With the generous matching support of the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict for up to $20,000 of smaller contributions to The Fund for Authentic Journalism, Narco News will be able to offer 24 scholarships to a ten-day session of The School of Authentic Journalism, February 3 to 13 on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.
"The theme for the 2010 School will be Journalism and Civil Resistance, with an impressive collection of professors with skills and experiences in every kind of media (consult the confirmed faculty list, here), including internationally respected community organizers and leaders Oscar Olivera of Bolivia, Celeo Alvarez Casildo and Karen Vargas of Honduras, Ivan Marovic of Serbia, former African National Congress organizer Howard Barrell and other professors who will assist the journalism scholars in understanding the dynamics and strategies of social movements...
"Many of the graduates of previous sessions of the School will be returning in 2010 as professors, including Reed Lindsay, US bureau chief of Telesur, and Blanca Eekhout, Venezuela's Minister of Communications and Information, among others." 
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