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Contest on health journalism accepting entries [Latin America]
Radio and digital journalists can compete for the Roche Health Journalism Awards.
Malnutrition Deeply seeks freelancers [Worldwide]
Journalists interested in covering food security issues can submit pitches to Malnutrition Deeply, News Deeply's new platform focused on the global scale of malnutrition.
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.
Photo contest on climate change seeks submissions [Central Asia]
Professional and amateur photographers can submit their work to the competition for a chance to win cameras, tablets and smartphones.
Competition open for Pulitzer Prizes in journalism [US]
Journalists who work for newspapers or websites that publish at least weekly can win US$15,000.
Course focuses on humanitarian journalism [Spain]
The UAM/El País School of Journalism will offer this intensive training Feb. 10, 2018 in Madrid.
Sports film festival open [Worldwide]
Filmmakers are invited to submit their documentaries and feature films to a festival in Moscow.
Journalism contest accepting submissions [Uganda]
Professional and freelance journalists can apply for the Uganda National Journalism Awards.
Earth Journalism Network offers media grants [Asia-Pacific]
Media organizations, journalism networks, universities and schools can apply for grants to support socio-environmental reporting.
Joan Shorenstein Center Fellowship at Harvard open [Worldwide]
Journalists interested in sharing, expanding and researching public policy and political affairs can apply for a US$30,000 fellowship in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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Reuters Institute survey gives insight into why readers distrust the media
“Rebuilding trust will a long-term process and will require the commitment of publishers, platforms and consumers over many years.”
Ricardo Bilton, Nieman Lab | December 15, 2017