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Texas A&M photojournalism program accepting proposals [Worldwide]
Undergraduate and graduate students can apply for a US$5,000 grant to travel to a conflict-affected country to cover issues that nation faces using photography.
9mobile photo contest open [Nigeria]
Budding photographers can compete for a Canon camera and Samsung phone.
Photo contest highlights Sustainable Development Goals [Worldwide]
College students are invited to submit photos that depict elements of the SDGs in their community.
Youth photojournalism contest open [Worldwide]
Photographers under age 24 and full-time photography students can compete to win GBP3,500 (US$4,581) and international recognition.
Documentary photography workshop open [Colombia]
Participants will learn creative steps to tell compelling stories through photography at Escuela Zona Cinco in Bogotá.
Press photo competition open [Uganda]
Photographers and photojournalists can compete for the Uganda Press Photo Award.
Photojournalism contest offers investigative grant [Worldwide]
The winner will receive support in the implementation, production and promotion of an in-depth project on threats to the Arctic.
Workshop focuses on photojournalism for beginners [Mexico]
The Citizen Institute for Democratic Governance (ICGD, in Spanish) organizes an intensive introductory workshop on digital photojournalism July 29 and 30 in Mexico City.
TED2018 fellowships open [Worldwide]
Media entrepreneurs, human rights activists and photographers can apply for a fellowship to attend "The Age of Amazement" conference in Vancouver, Canada.
MediaShift hosts webinar on Google Apps for journalism [Worldwide]
The hourlong webinar will cover cheap and effective tools to improve newsroom workflow at 1 p.m. EDT on July 26.
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