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Portrait photography contest open [Worldwide]

The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize encourages photographers to portray people with an emphasis on their identity as individuals.

Online course focuses on access to information [Brazil]

Anyone can attend this free, 20-hour course in Portuguese.

CNN London offers internships [EU]

Recent broadcast journalism graduates or graduates from a related field seeking a career in journalism can apply for internships ranging from newsgathering to special feature programs, digital and sports.

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Bloggers who focus on the environment can enter this contest for a chance to win a two-week internship at Deutsche Welle in Germany, among other prizes.

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The Digital Journalism Center of the University of Guadalajara will host an online course on mobile photojournalism June 12 to July 23.

Contests highlights reporting on rule of law [Worldwide]

Journalists whose work has contributed to increased awareness of the foundational importance of the rule of law can be nominated for a US$10,000 prize.


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