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Contest focuses on coverage of labor migration [Worldwide]
Professional journalists are invited to submit a written article, photo, audio or video to this contest organized by the International Labor Organization.
Andrei Sakharov journalism contest accepting entries [Russia]
Newsrooms and individuals can nominate works that present the life views of their authors to a RUB500,000 competition.
Photo contest highlights Sustainable Development Goals [Worldwide]
College students are invited to submit photos that depict elements of the SDGs in their community.
Media contest on cultural diversity open [Eastern Europe]
TV journalists and film directors from Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine working on films, news reports or videos can compete to participate in a two-day workshop in Yerevan, Armenia.
Youth photojournalism contest open [Worldwide]
Photographers under age 24 and full-time photography students can compete to win GBP3,500 (US$4,581) and international recognition.
Contest for social entrepreneurship reporting open [Brazil]
Journalists and students can compete for cash prizes.
Contest highlights coverage of infertility [East Africa]
Journalists and students can compete for the Merck More than a Mother Media Recognition Awards.
Film festival seeks journalism entries [Russia]
Filmmakers and broadcast journalists who work at national and regional television newsrooms and journalism students are invited to compete in this festival in Moscow.
Innovative journalism contest accepting entries [Russia]
Journalists and media outlets can compete in the 2017 Tech in Media contest.
Eurasian Development Bank hosts journalism contest [Russia, Central Asia]
Business journalists from Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Russia can submit works on Eurasian integration and development.
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