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Scholarships available for journalism conference [Worldwide]
Undergraduate and graduate students ages 18 to 25 who are committed to a career in journalism can apply to attend Future News Worldwide 2018 July 5 and 6 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Abraji seeks panel ideas, speakers [Brazil]
Journalists interested in investigative reporting are invited to help plan the annual conference of the Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji, in Portuguese).
Journalism teaching conference calls for papers [Brazil]
Journalism professors and students will gather at the 17th National Meeting of Journalism Teachers April 18 to 20, 2018 in Palmas.
Conference focuses on data journalism and digital methods [Brazil]
The Brazilian chapter of School of Data, in partnership with Google News Lab, organizes Coda.Br Nov. 25 and 26 in São Paulo.
Society of Professional Journalists offers conference fellowship [US]
Journalists of color, from the LGBTQ community and/or with disabilities can apply for the Dori Maynard Diversity Leadership Program to attend the Society of Professional Journalists' annual conference in Anaheim, California.
Communication conference open [Brazil]
Media academics, students and professionals can participate in an event that will be held in five cities.
El Salvador to host journalism forum [Latin America]
The 2017 Central American Journalism Forum (ForoCAP) will feature conferences and debates on the state of journalism in the region.
Dataharvest conference open [Europe]
Investigative journalists and data specialists are invited to a conference in Mechelen, Belgium.
Symposium focuses on journalism, editing and translation [Brazil]
Journalists and translators are invited to attend this event on Dec. 14 and 15 in Florianópolis.
Seminar focuses on media and education [Brazil]
Journalists, academics and students interested in the role of the media in education can attend this free event on Dec. 6 and 7 in Rio de Janeiro.
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