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Thomson Reuters seeks macroeconomics reporter [Brazil]
Experienced journalists fluent in Portuguese can apply for this position in São Paulo.
MOOC focuses on reporting on vaccines controversy [Worldwide]
The World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) is launching its first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) "A science journalism approach to controversies: the case of vaccines" Nov. 1.
Africa Check seeks deputy editor and health researcher/community manager [Nigeria]
Experienced journalists interested in fact-checking can apply for one of these positions in Lagos or Abuja.
Photography contest accepting entries [Egypt]
Amateur photographers, who do not receive a major part of their income from photography, are invited to submit photos of their favorite destinations in Egypt.
Contest for science journalists accepting entries [Russia]
Young journalists, photographers and videographers ages 30 and younger can apply for this contest organized by Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.
Fellowship highlights lessons of Holocaust [Worldwide]
Graduate journalism students and recent graduates can apply for a two-week travel fellowship to examine the role journalists played in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust.
Film project seeks proposals on migration [Africa]
The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung African offices will help in the creation, production or continuation of 10 short documentaries offering an alternative point of view on migration and refugees.
FNPI offers nonfiction workshop [Latin America]
Journalists with at least three years of experience writing nonfiction, literary journalism pieces, profiles and/or reportages can apply for this workshop in Panama City.
Production fund accepting applications [UK]
Budding journalists and filmmakers can apply for funding to cover stories in the developing world.
ARIJ hosts investigative reporting contest [MENA]
Journalists from Arab countries who have produced investigations through the Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism (ARIJ) or investigated an issue can compete.
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Diversify Photo hoping to add fresh perspectives to photography
Diverisfy Photo, a database that connects photographers of color with editors across the US, is hoping to offer new perspectives in photography. Here are some tips for editors using the site.
| October 19, 2017