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Media contest for integration, diversity open [Europe]
The CIVIS Media Foundation is accepting entries for its annual media awards in five categories.
Investigative journalism contest seeks entries [Worldwide]
The Sidney Hillman Foundation is seeking nominations for its prizes recognizing journalism produced, published or broadcast in 2016.
Contest seeks multimedia content on the Balkans [Europe]
Aspiring travel journalists can compete for cash prizes from Balkanvibe.com.
Radio competition open [South Africa]
The Liberty Radio Awards recognize the best of national and community radio talent.
One World Media hosts competition [Worldwide]
The One World Media Awards honor stories on social, political or cultural life in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America, the Middle East or the former Soviet republics.
Contest highlights human rights photos [Mexico]
Photojournalists, filmmakers, human rights advocates and photographers residing in Mexico are invited to submit images about the promotion or the violation of human rights.
UNESCO World Press Freedom Prize seeks nominations [Worldwide]
Journalists, organizations or institutions that promote press freedom can be nominated for a US$25,000 award.
Contest honors reporting on immigrant issues [US]
Media outlets, journalists, community and issue advocacy groups, and others concerned with ethnic issues can apply for the New America Award.
Journalism contest for university students open [Brazil]
Journalism and communication students in the state of Paraná can apply for the Prêmio Sangue Novo.
Reporting contest on development initiatives open [Brazil]
Stories in one of Brazil's nine northeastern states, northern Minas Gerais and northern Espírito Santo are eligible for cash prizes.
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