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THREE QUESTIONS: KEITH W. JENKINS

Keith W. Jenkins, the chair of the 2013 multimedia contest jury talks about his expectations for the upcoming contest.

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Three Questions: Gary Knight

The chair of the 2013 photo contest jury talks about his expectations for the upcoming contest.

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Rural Visual Journalism Network launched in Bangladesh

Drik launches the Rural Visual Journalism Network, supported by the Academy partnership program in Bangladesh.

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Article 19 security and survival workshop for photojournalists

The second security and survival workshop for photojournalists organized by Article 19 and World Press Photo took place from 25-27 October.

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Announcing the participants selected for the Reporting Change basic technical skills workshop

A selection committee chose 36 promising photographers to take part in the first Reporting Change workshops, which aim to improve their technical, journalistic, and storytelling skills.

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Making issues visible with the Dutch Postcode Lottery

Femke Rotteveel explains what the Dutch Postcode Lottery is all about — and why it is funding a joint project of World Press Photo and Human Rights Watch.

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Multimedia program opens in Ateneo

Quezon City, May 31 - The Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University (ACFJ) formally launches its multimedia journalism program in ceremonies at the Ateneo Art Gallery on Friday 01 June.

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Pedro Meyer Foundation offers Diploma on Visual Storytelling and New Media

In 2011, World Press Photo joined forces with the Pedro Meyer Foundation (Fundacion Pedro Meyer, FPM) in Mexico to improve production and distribution skills of visual journalists.

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Samuel Aranda returns to Yemen

When Samuel Aranda's photograph was announced as the World Press Photo of the Year 2011 on 10 February, the identities of the two figures depicted in his photo were unknown.

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Security training with Article 19 Mexico

In 2011, World Press Photo joined forces with Article 19 in Mexico to strengthen the knowledge and skills of visual journalists in Mexico with regards to security issues.

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