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08/05/2013

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Global Integrity hiring journalists in Africa for two-month project

Research focused non profit organization is contracting journalists based in All African countries for two-month project reporting on anti-corruption and development issues in their countries for the African Integrity Indicators. Journalists from all countries are welcome, but those from Lesotho, Guinea Bissau, Congo-Brazzaville, Botswana, Sudan and South Sudan are particularly encouraged to apply.

Deadline extended: Journalists can enter a US$10,000 story contest for best coverage of infectious diseases [US, Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa]

Journalists from the United States, Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa can win international reporting trips worth up to $10,000 for submitting the best stories on infectious diseases.

New Opportunities by Region

Worldwide

Thomson Foundation hosts journalism competition [Worldwide]

Journalists ages 30 and younger working in developing countries are eligible.

Deadline: 08/28/2016

Environmental film festival seeks entries [Worldwide]

Filmmakers, producers, TV journalists, authors and editors can submit their work to a festival in Germany.

Deadline: 09/30/2013

Data visualization course offered online [Worldwide]

Beginning journalists can take this free online course to be held Aug. 12 to Sept. 15.

Wildlife photo contest open [Worldwide]

Categories include documentary photo, new technologies in wildlife photo, photographer of the year and more.

Deadline: 06/30/2017

UN organizes journalism competition [Worldwide]

Journalists who cover the United Nations, including its agencies and field operations, are eligible for prizes totaling over US$60,000.

Deadline: 09/01/2017

Fellowships available for investigative journalism conference [Worldwide]

Journalists in developing or transitioning countries can apply for a fellowship to attend the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Deadline: 05/15/2017

Science journalism fellowship open [Worldwide]

Experienced journalists with a demonstrated interest in covering complex systems can apply for a residential fellowship in New Mexico.

Deadline: 08/02/2014

Africa

Essay competition on education open [Nigeria]

High school and university students can submit essays in English to compete for cash prizes.

Deadline: 08/16/2013

Reporting grants available [Africa]

French-speaking African journalists can apply for a grant from the Wits China-Africa Reporting Project to examine the relationship between China and francophone African countries. 

Deadline: 03/30/2017

Asia Pacific

Competition for agriculture journalism open [Philippines]

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

Deadline: 09/01/2017

Europe

Investigative journalism grants available [Europe]

Journalists with ideas for cross-border stories can apply for research grants.

Deadline: 05/01/2017

Internship program for journalists open [Eastern Europe, Caucasus]

Journalists from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine can participate in a program funded by the National Endowment for Democracy.

Deadline: 08/15/2013

Contest open to student journalists [UK]

Journalists and photographers with under two years of experience are eligible.

Deadline: 09/20/2014

Science seminar for journalists available [Germany]

Experienced journalists without a scientific background but interested in learning about science can apply for this program in Stuttgart.

Deadline: 08/13/2013

Latin America

Online Spanish-language course on investigative journalism tools open [Latin America]

The course will teach participants basic and advanced searches, the functionality of social networks and refined searches of government documents.

Deadline: 10/13/2013

Prize honors sustainabilty reporting [Brazil]

Journalists can compete for prizes totaling BRL$107,000 (about US$50,000) for reporting on sustainability issues.

Deadline: 09/05/2013

Latin American photo conference open [Brazil]

São Paulo's third Latin American Photo Forum will feature free workshops, exhibits, panel discussions and more.

Deadline: 08/16/2013

Middle East

Arab Camera Festival seeks entries [MENA, Europe]

Filmmakers with an Arab background can submit films to this festival in the Netherlands.

Deadline: 08/31/2013

US and Canada

Prize for creative citizenship announced [US]

A US$100,000 award will honor an individual who has challenged the status quo through a distinctive, courageous, imaginative and socially responsible work of significance.

Deadline: 08/30/2013

Business reporting seminar open [US]

The National Press Foundation offers scholarships to a four-day seminar in Philadelphia to expand journalists' knowledge of business.

Deadline: 08/30/2016

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