IJNet curates the latest opportunities from around the world to satisfy the training needs of professional and aspiring journalists alike. Filter our collection of fellowships, workshops, online courses and media jobs by region, topic or deadline.


Writing residency accepting applicants [MENA]

Fiction and nonfiction writers, journalists, critics or curators, artists and academics can apply for a writing residency in Brussels, Belgium.

Online panel to share engagement strategies [Worldwide]

DigitalEd, MediaShift's online training series, will webcast "How to get better engagement metrics" at 1 p.m. EDT on April 18.

Knight Center, IWMF offer free online course on journalists' safety [Latin America, Spain]

The course “Risk and safety in journalism in Latin America: practical steps for self-protection" will take place March 26 to April 22.

Wildlife photo contest open [Worldwide]

Categories include documentary photo, new technologies in wildlife photo, photographer of the year and more. The winner in each category will receive US$10,000. The prize for the photographer of the year is US$20,000.

Open Society Foundations seek photography projects on migration [Worldwide]

Photographers and media makers who document migration issues can submit their work to the "Moving Walls 25" exhibit and compete for a US$30,000 to US$$60,000 fellowship.

National Press Club contest open [US]

Journalists can enter a contest featuring 14 categories with prizes ranging from US$750 to US$1,000.

East-West Center organizes seminar for senior journalists [Asia, US, Canada, Europe, MENA]

Journalists from the U.S. and countries with substantial Muslim populations can apply for this study program and travel to Washington, Detroit and Honolulu as well as Yangon, Myanmar and Tunis/Djerba, Tunisia.

Grant available for reporting on abortion, health and human rights [Brazil]

Journalists interested in investigating abortion-related issues can apply for up to BRL10,000 from Instituto Patrícia Galvão, Abraji and Global Health Strategies.