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Registration opens for UNESCO World Press Freedom Prize 2011

Nominations are open for UNESCO's World Press Freedom Prize 2011, awarded to a person, organization or institution for making significant contributions to the protection and promotion of press freedom, especially in high-risk areas.

Deadline: 02/15/2011

Fellowships available for reporting on women, LGBT rights [Worldwide]

Professional journalists who have reported for influential media outlets can apply for a fellowship from the International Reporting Project (IRP).

Deadline: 03/24/2017


Africa business reporting awards accepting entries

Journalists from around the world who have covered Africa -- whether the 2010 FIFA World Cup or one of the 16 countries on the continent that celebrated 50 Years of Independence -- are invited to submit work for the 2011 Diageo Africa Business Reporting Awards.

Deadline: 03/21/2011

Asia Pacific

NYU reporting fellowship available for journalists working in Asia

One or two selected fellows will have the opportunity to develop their business and economic reporting skills, by enrolling in a three-semester masters program at NYU’s journalism school.


Live chat to discuss style manual project for the Internet in Spanish

Journalists, students, teachers and bloggers interested in creating a style manual for the Internet in Spanish can sign up for an upcoming live chat on the project.

Deadline: 02/02/2011

Latin America

Deadline extended for IAPA scholarships

The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) is accepting applications to its scholarship program until March 1.

Deadline: 03/01/2011

New prize for health journalism launched in Brazil

Journalists in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, can send their work about health to a new journalism prize organized by a local medical association, AMRIGS.

Deadline: 03/31/2011

US and Canada

New Zealand public policy fellowship open to American journalists

The Ian Axford Fellowships give participants the opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge of public policy in New Zealand, including reforms and management of the government sector.

Deadline: 03/01/2011

Deadline approaching: environmental journalism competition

The Grantham Prize honors the best environmental journalism of the past year published in the US or Canada.

Deadline: 02/04/2011

Deadline approaching: API seminar fellowship accepting applications

The American Press Institute (API) fellowships give participants the opportunity to attend an API seminar in 2011.

Deadline: 02/01/2011

Editors’ reporting trip to Indonesia accepting applications

Senior US editors and producers can apply for a two-week reporting trip to Indonesia. The world’s fourth largest country in population and the world’s most populous Muslim country, Indonesia exerts a growing influence as a democratic Islamic state.

Deadline: 03/11/2011

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