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Venezuela: less freedoms, more journalism

Venezuela's digital media landscape is becoming stronger by the day. An overview of the innovative and award-winning reporting of the South American country.

Nilsa Varela Vargas | September 21, 2017

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR JOURNALISTS

Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library hosts photo contest [Russia]

Photographers who take pictures abroad and foreigners who photograph life in Russia can submit their images.

Course on sustainable development and migration open [Colombia]

The Thomson Reuters Foundation, in partnership with the United Nations Foundation, is offering an intensive workshop Oct. 26 and 27 in Bogotá.

Crowdfunding Match Program for fact-checkers open [Worldwide]

Fact-checking initiatives conducting a crowdfunding campaign can apply for funding from the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN).

Grants fund investigative journalism [Worldwide]

The Fund for Investigative Journalism offers up to US$10,000 reporting grants for journalists whose stories have a U.S. angle, involving American citizens, government or businesses.

Doctors Without Borders seeks communications officer [Ireland]

Media professionals can apply for this position in Dublin.

Travel photography contest open [Worldwide]

Professional and amateur photographers can compete for the Travel Photography of the Year Awards.

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Nigerian journalists are invited to apply for a reporting fellowship aimed at improved coverage of migration due to conflict or instability and the resulting impact on climate and economic prospects.

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