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ICFJ offers webinar on leading cross-border data journalism projects [Worldwide]
Journalists can join a webinar led by ICFJ Knight Fellow Jacopo Ottaviani at 10 a.m. EDT Sept. 26 on the tools and strategies newsrooms can use to lead cross-border data journalism projects.
Culture Trip seeks data journalist [UK]
Data journalists can apply for this position in London.
First Amendment Coalition hosts contest [US]
Journalists, bloggers, lawyers, news organizations, software developers and community activists can submit nominations for the FAC Free Speech and Open Government Award.
CFPD hosts online workshop on digital storytelling, data journalism [Latin America]
The Center for Digital Journalism at the University of Guadalajara will offer this online course Nov. 5 to Dec. 16.
Internews offers grants for content creation [Central Asia]
Journalists and media and civil society organizations can apply for grants of up to EUR5,000.
Journalism contest focuses on Russia [Worldwide]
Russian and international journalists can be nominated for this award from Open Russia.
Grant available for data-driven news production [Europe]
The European Commission is accepting proposals for reporting on European issues.
Online workshop covers gender issues, data journalism [Latin America]
The training will offer provide tools to take part in ongoing social and political debates from a gender, data-based perspective.
Knight Center hosts MOOC on data journalism [Worldwide]
Journalists and others interested in harnessing data for stories can participate in the free course "Intro to R for journalists: how to find great stories in data" July 23 to Aug. 26.
Knight Center hosts free online course on data visualization [Worldwide]
Anyone interested in data visualization can participate in the MOOC “Data visualization for storytelling and discovery” June 11 to July 8.
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