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UNESCO launches Instagram photo contest [Africa]
Photographers ages 18 to 28 are invited to submit photos of a World Heritage site in Africa for a chance to win a trip.
Getty Images offers grants for editorial photography [Worldwide]
Photojournalists looking to pursue projects of personal and journalistic significance can apply for a US$15,000 grant.
Summer school for journalists open [Eastern Europe, Central Asia]
Russian-speaking students, journalists, photographers and documentary filmmakers from Russia and neighboring countries can participate in this program in the Tver region.
Grants available for women photographers [Worldwide]
Visual journalists can apply for up to US$10,000 in grants from Women Photograph, Getty Images and Nikon.
Contest seeks photos of human rights issues, anti-corruption efforts [Worldwide]
Professional and amateur photographers can enter the Allard Prize Photography Competition.
Contest highlights city photography [Brazil]
Amateur and professional photographers can send up to two digital photos of cities and everyday life.
National Geographic Traveler hosts photo contest [Worldwide]
Photographers can enter digital photos to earn a US$10,000 grand prize.
FNPI, Oxfam offer photojournalism grant [Latin America, Spain]
The winner will receive US$5,000 to fund a photojournalism project on gender inequality.
Wildlife photo contest open [Worldwide]
Categories include documentary photo, new technologies in wildlife photo, photographer of the year and more. The winner in each category will receive US$10,000. The prize for the photographer of the year is US$20,000.
Lviv Media Forum open [Europe]
Journalists are invited to attend this event May 17 to 19 in Lviv, Ukraine. Topics include media trends, the role of media in global conflicts and media revenue.
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How journalists can avoid being manipulated by trolls seeking to spread disinformation
In a panel at the International Symposium on Online Journalism, researcher Joan Donovan shared four "source-hacking" techniques that trolls use to trick the media into publishing false information.
| April 23, 2018