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02/14/2011

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How social media is changing the Arab world [Interview]

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Egyptian blogger Amr Magdi says the era of fear is over [Interview]

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Report shows press freedom under attack [Southeast Asia]

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New Opportunities by Region

Worldwide

Investigative journalism competition accepting entries [Worldwide]

The Daniel Pearl Awards recognize and reward excellence in international investigative reporting. The deadline has been extended to July 15.

Street paper competition seeks entries [Worldwide]

The International Street Paper Awards celebrate the impact of street papers as independent social media and advocates for justice. There are six award categories and one award for a mainstream media outlet that has advocated for the rights of homeless people.

Deadline: 03/01/2011

Learn photojournalism in 5-day boot camp [Prague]

The Photojournalism Course aims to provide an introduction to taking, editing and selling photographs.

Deadline: 03/31/2011

Foreign correspondent course offered [Prague]

This boot camp for aspiring foreign correspondents provides an introduction to international reporting and hands-on training from international trainers.

Deadline: 03/31/2011

Europe

Deadline approaching: journalism fellowships [EU]

The Nico Colchester Journalism Fellowship will place reporters at the Financial Times and The Economist.

Deadline: 03/31/2017

Seminar on poverty for EU journalists [Brussels]

The seminar will bring together 30 journalists from the EU-27 with EU officials and independent experts. They will discuss issues pertaining to the EU’s effort to combat social exclusion and promote social justice and fundamental rights.

Latin America

Investigative journalism competition accepting nominations [Latin America, the Caribbean]

The Latin American Investigative Journalism Award is given to individuals and groups that have contributed to greater transparency in the public, business, media or social sectors.

Deadline: 05/14/2011

Middle East

Web site offers free video training workshops [Arab world]

Web site Aramram is offering a free video production workshop to people from Arab countries.

Deadline: 04/14/2011

US and Canada

Civic engagement competition open to journalists [US]

Journalists or media organizations based in the US that have encouraged or enhanced civic engagement can enter a competition.

National Press Club competition seeking entries [US]

Professional journalists can submit entries in a wide variety of categories, such as consumer reporting, political reporting, geriatric writing and freedom of the press.

Deadline: 04/01/2017

Deadline approaching: national security fellowship for journalists [US]

The Medill National Security Journalism Initiative aims to produce actionable research on topics of national security, defense and civil liberties. It also hopes to inform journalistic practice and increase public engagement on these topics.

Deadline: 02/14/2011

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