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Media coalition pushes to increase safety for freelance journalists

A coalition of news companies and journalist organizations is aiming to increase awareness of global safety standards for freelance journalists with a new website. 

Elyssa Pachico | June 28, 2016

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR JOURNALISTS

Competition for agriculture journalism open [Philippines]

Print and broadcast journalists who cover agricultural issues can apply for the Bright Leaf Awards.

Inside Climate News seeks journalists [US]

Positions include features, long-form and investigations editor; political reporter; clean energy reporter; environmental justice and activism reporter; reporters with expertise in agriculture, water and nuclear energy; and audience development and engagement director.

Redford Center offers documentary grant [Worldwide]

Filmmakers who want to inspire positive change in the world can apply for a US$15,000 grant and more.

The Intercept seeks editorial fellow [US]

Aspiring investigative journalists can apply for this paid, fall fellowship in New York.

InfoCongo Feature Stories Fund open [Central Africa]

The geojournalism platform of Internews' Earth Journalism Network in the Congo Basin is commissioning stories on forests, water, climate change, wildlife, extractive industries, conflicts and crimes.

Council for the Advancement of Science Writing hosts contest [US]

Journalists ages 30 and younger who cover scientific issues can apply for the Evert Clark/Seth Payne Award.

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