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Mongabay seeks reporting pitches [Worldwide]

Experienced journalists are invited to submit pitches in English on conservation technology.

Bridgehead Media seeks music journalist [Brazil]

Journalists with three to five years of editing experience can apply for this position in Rio de Janeiro.

Culture Trip seeks freelancers [MENA]

Journalists with at least one year of experience can apply for this freelancing opportunity to write about local stories on travel, food, art, fashion, literature, film, TV, music, architecture, health, sports and more.

BuzzFeed seeks freelance translators [Worldwide]

Experienced translators can apply for this part-time position to translate written and video content in several languages including English, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Korean, Italian, Arabic and more.

Torcedores.com selects team to cover 2018 FIFA World Cup [Brazil]

Budding journalists and students interested in sports reporting must attend a free online course on sports journalism to be eligible.

Crowdfunding platform calls for applications [Worldwide]

Journalists with at least three years of experience in countries without fully free media can apply to join Press Start, a new crowdfunding platform that connects journalists to a global donor community.

Course offers freelancing strategies [Brazil]

BRIO, a consulting service for journalists, presents a video course as part of its "Open Doors" package, which costs BRL49 and gives access to the platform's talent database with freelancing opportunities.

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.

The Globe Post seeks freelancers, interns [Asia, Europe, Middle East, US]

Budding journalists can apply to develop their own story ideas or work on an assignment basis.

São Paulo hosts international journalism festival [Brazil]

The 2017 Piauí GloboNews Festival features talks with renowned journalists about lessons they learned covering the election of Donald Trump in the United States, the rise of Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey and Vladimir Putin's crusade in Russia.

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