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Weekly Bulletin
03/21/2011

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Online course on writing for the web offered in Spanish [Worldwide]

The Digital Journalism Center at the University of Guadalajara in Mexico offers online training in Spanish for citizen and professional journalists.

Deadline: 07/01/2011

UN video competition accepting entries [Worldwide]

Filmmakers ages 25 and younger are invited to submit films on migration, diversity and social inclusion to PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival.

Deadline: 06/04/2017

Beirut documentary film festival competition open [Worldwide]

The Beirut International Documentary Festival called Docudays invites filmmakers, producers and distributors from all over the world to submit their latest work for the 2011 edition.

Deadline: 07/01/2011

Online course on reporting in high-risk situations offered in Spanish [Worldwide]

A five-week online course about reporting in high-risk situations is being offered in Spanish. Topics include journalism ethics, safety protocols and working with sources in dangerous environments.

Deadline: 05/20/2011

Fellowship on Korean affairs seeks applicants [Worldwide]

The Pantech Fellowships, sponsored by Stanford University, provide three mid-career journalists the opportunity to engage and resolve issues related to Korea.

Deadline: 04/01/2011

European Publishers Award for Photography contest open [Worldwide]

The 18th edition of the European Publishers Award for Photography, open to all nationalities, is accepting nominations.

Deadline: 04/29/2011

News site seeks freelancers [Worldwide]

International journalists, editors and translators are encouraged to submit freelance work to a new media organization.

Africa

Reuters offers free course on economic reporting [Western Africa]

Journalists from Western Africa can apply for a free economic reporting course sponsored by the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Deadline: 04/04/2011

Peacebuilding awards honor radio broadcasters [Africa]

The Radio For Peacebuilding Africa Awards recognize the best African radio broadcasters whose programs contribute to peace.

Deadline: 03/25/2011

Asia Pacific

UNICEF video competition for young filmmakers [Worldwide]

Aspiring journalists between 12 and 21 years old can enter an open video competition. The video must be no longer than one minute.

Deadline: 06/01/2011

Europe

Work exchange program seeks journalists [Britain, Germany]

The George Weidenfeld Bursary is an exchange program for British and German journalists aged 23-39.

Deadline: 06/30/2011

US and Canada

Multimedia editing program offered [US]

U.S. journalists can apply for a multimedia editing program in Reno, Nevada.

Deadline: 04/15/2011

Immigration and multimedia training offered [US]

Journalists in the U.S. can apply for a fellowship on immigration and multimedia.

Deadline: 05/02/2011

Environmental center offers journalism fellowships [US]

The National Center for Atmospheric Research fellowship gives journalists the opportunity to learn about topics such as climate change, severe weather, renewable technologies and applied science.

Arts and culture fellowship program seeks journalists [US]

U.S. journalists interested in theater and the arts can apply for an 11-day fellowship sponsored by the University of Southern California.

Deadline: 03/29/2011

Visual storytelling workshop offers scholarships [US]

The Kalish Workshop is a five-day training program on visual communication across a variety of platforms, such as mobile, tablet, web and print.

Deadline: 04/01/2017

First Amendment award seeks nominees [US]

Journalists and organizations that published stories on First Amendment issues are eligible for a US$10,000 award.

Deadline: 06/22/2013

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