The two largest minority journalist organizations in the United States are joining forces to offer unequalled opportunities for face-to-face networking and professional development at a joint annual convention in Washington, DC.
The 26th annual convention in Las Vegas includes plenary sessions, panel workshops, seminars, a Presidential Candidate Town Hall and other activities with interactive discussions about industry and community issues, as well as a career fair.
Scientists, regulators and practitioners from all over the world will come together in the Czech Republic to discuss ethical issues related to radiation and chemical protection, epidemiology, biomonitoring, risk management, emergency preparedness and related areas.
The International Association for Impact Assessment's seminar in Lincoln, UK aims to advance a multidisciplinary discussion about the challenges and opportunities associated with the management of water-related impacts across investment sectors and more.
Several hundred journalists from Asia, the Pacific and the United States will gather in New Delhi, India, to discuss the increasing links between South and East Asia, and to share the latest information on the global news industry.
The Native American Journalists Association (NAJA) will partner with the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) and the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) at the 2016 Excellence in Journalism Conference in New Orleans.