HacksLabs Transparency & Accountability Challenge 2014

Latin America’s first data journalism accelerator today launches the HacksLabs Transparency & Accountability Challenge 2014 with US$75,000 in investment and support for partnerships of media organizations, technology groups and civil society organizations.

IJNet | October 31, 2014

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Student journalism competition open [US]

University students can apply for the Hearst Journalism Awards Program. Winners will receive scholarships, with matching grants for their schools.

Associated Press seeks reporter [Senegal]

Journalists fluent in French with at least four years of experience can apply for the position in Dakar.

Magnum Foundation offers photography fellowships [Worldwide]

Photography students and experienced professionals can apply for this summer program at New York University.

Columbia University, BuzzFeed offer minority fellowship [US]

The selected fellow will receive funding for one year to conduct in-depth, investigative reporting and audit courses.

Photography contest open [UK]

Professional and amateur photographers can submit works to the Picture Editors' Guild Awards.

Fellowships for journalism professors available [US]

The Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism is organizing a seminar in Phoenix, Arizona, on how to teach an undergraduate course in business journalism.


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Each year, 20 journalists are selected to spend 10 months at Stanford exploring potential solutions to journalism challenges they identify. The deadline is Dec. 1, 2014.

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