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Deadline extended: ICFJ offers program on innovation and entrepreneurship [Latin America]
The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) is recruiting journalists, digital entrepreneurs and technologists for a monthlong fellowship in the United States.
Ion Ratiu Democracy Fellowship open [Worldwide]
Journalists, academics and activists who work on behalf of democracy can apply for a fellowship at the Wilson Center in Washington.
Public diplomacy program in Russia open [Europe, US, Canada]
Young leaders from the media, government, academy and private sectors can apply for "Meeting Russia," a three-day program held in Moscow on Russia's foreign policy and its relations with the West.
ACSS offers postdoctoral fellowship program [MENA]
Media scholars who graduated from a Ph.D. program in the past three years can apply for a nine-month fellowship program offered by the Arab Council for the Social Sciences (ACSS).
Grist Fellowship Program open [US]
Budding journalists interested in environmental issues can apply for news, justice and video fellowships in Seattle.
Journalism scholarships in Germany available [Europe, US]
The International Center for Journalism at the Freie Universität offers two types of journalism scholarships in Berlin.
Solutions Journalism Network offers fellowship [US]
Journalists interested in solutions journalism can apply for this virtual program to spotlight high-caliber journalism and engage communities around solutions-focused and results-oriented news stories.
Grant available for travel abroad [US]
Graduating seniors from 40 partner colleges can apply for the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, a one-year program for purposeful, independent exploration outside the United States.
ICFJ seeks Knight International Journalism Fellow with focus on development [India]
Experienced journalists with a background in health, gender and development-focused journalism can apply for this fellowship.
Residency program to investigate human rights in Brazil [Worldwide]
Foreign reporters who speak Portuguese or Spanish can apply for accommodations and mentorship in Rio de Janeiro.
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