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Nikon photo contest open [Worldwide]
Professional and amateur photographers can compete for prizes including Nikon cameras and lenses.
Photo contest highlights water issues [Worldwide]
Professional and amateur photographers are invited to submit images that help show the impact of poor governance and/or integrity in water and wastewater management.
Wikimedia Foundation hosts photo contest [Africa]
Professional and amateur photographers are invited to contribute photos to Wikimedia Commons for use on Wikipedia and other project websites of the Wikimedia Foundation.
Contest highlights human rights photos [Mexico]
Photojournalists, filmmakers, human rights advocates and photographers residing in Mexico are invited to submit images about the promotion or the violation of human rights.
Photo contest seeks entries [MENA]
Professional, amateur and student photographers can compete in the "Face of Alexandria" contest.
Photo contest highlights Arab cultural heritage [MENA]
Professional and amateur photographers can compete for the Fujairah Photography Award.
Nominations open for Knight International Journalism Awards [Worldwide]
The International Center for Journalists seeks pioneering journalists whose work has made an impact on the lives of people in the developing world.
Courage in photojournalism contest open [Worldwide]
Female photojournalists who reported in dangerous environments can be nominated for an award from the International Women’s Media Foundation.
National photography contest open [Brazil]
Photographers ages 18 and older can compete for the Pierre Verger Photography Prize.
Photo competition highlights science, technology [Argentina]
The "Science in focus, technology in focus" contest will award images related to scientific research and its technological and industrial applications.
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