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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.
Travel fellowship available for new media conference [Tunisia]
Journalism and communication students, writers and bloggers can participate in this conference Nov. 24 to 26 in Tunis.
Fellowship focuses on health policy reporting [Worldwide]
Professional journalists are invited to pitch a story idea for the Health Systems Global (HSG) Media Fellowships Program.
Magazine offers internships, fellowship [US]
Journalism students and recent graduates who want to report on natural resources, the environment and community issues can apply for a stint at the High Country News in Paonia, Colorado.
Documentary film festival accepting entries [Worldwide]
Filmmakers and broadcast journalists can participate in the Northern Character Festival in Murmansk, Russia.
Small grants program open [MENA]
Activists and journalists residing in the Arab region can apply for grants averaging US$4,000.
Agricultural journalism masterclass open [Nigeria]
The Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism (PTCIJ) is accepting applications for its Agricultural Journalism Training Program late October.
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.
National Press Foundation offers training on aging reporting [US]
Journalists interested in the latest data and research on aging can apply for an all-expenses-paid fellowship to attend a four-day seminar in Washington.
The Epoch Times hosts journalism contest [Worldwide]
Journalists are invited to submit inspiring stories for a chance to win up to US$5,000.
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