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Grants program accepting applications [MENA]
Journalism and communication students can apply for grants from the Arab Council for the Social Sciences.
Poynter offers fact-checking fellowships [Worldwide]
Fact-checkers who want to spend time embedded at a fact-checking organization in another country can apply for a US$2,500 fellowship.
Science journalism contest seeks entries [Russia]
Science journalists can submit works on modern biology to this contest organized by website biomolecula.ru.
Course focuses on reporting on vulnerable children [US]
Journalists with at least five years of experience can apply for an all-expenses-paid workshop organized by the Thomson Reuters Foundation in either New York or San Francisco.
Contest awards human rights reporting [Brazil]
Professional journalists can apply for the Vladimir Herzog Journalism Prize for Amnesty and Human Rights.
Climate Tracker sends journalists to climate change conference [Worldwide]
Young journalists are invited to write inspiring stories and publish them in a media outlet for a chance to win a trip to the Conference of Parties (COP23) in Bonn, Germany.
Contest for reporting on new technologies open [Russia]
Print, online and broadcast journalists can apply for cash prizes from the Association of Innovative Regions of Russia.
Robert Bosch Foundation promotes film cooperation [MENA, Germany]
Young filmmakers, students and recent graduates from film and media academies in Germany and the Arab world are eligible for cash prizes.
Wilson Center hosts public policy fellows [Worldwide]
Journalists, scholars and public officials can apply for a nine-month residential fellowship in Washington.
Contest seeks stories on mental illness [Brazil]
Print, broadcast and online journalists can compete for cash prizes from the Brazilian Association of Psychiatry.
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