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Training for young film critics offered [Worldwide]

Journalists younger than 30 can apply to cover the International Film Festival Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

Workshop focuses on media law [US]

The Media Law Resource Center Institute is hosting "Media Law for Journalists," an all-day event on Oct. 17 at Boston University.

Workshop prepares journalists to cover UN conference on housing, urban development [Ecuador]

The International Center for Higher Communication Studies for Latin America (Ciespal, in Spanish) is organizing the workshop "What future awaits us in the world we live in?" Oct. 13 and 14 in Quito.

Initiative for diversity in investigative reporting on social justice launched [US]

Women and journalists of color working in any type of media can apply for a reporting fellowship from the Fund for Investigative Journalism and the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism.

Journalists turned authors eligible for book award [US]

Practicing journalists who authored a book can be nominated for the Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism, a US$15,000 award.

Wilson Center offers public policy fellowships [Worldwide]

Journalists, scholars and public officials can apply for a nine-month residential fellowship in Washington.


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