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BBC seeks journalists [China]
Broadcast journalists can apply for several positions in Hong Kong.
Malmö Arab Film Festival accepting submissions [MENA]
Documentarians from the Arab world are invited to submit their works to a film competition in Sweden.
Summer school for filmmakers open [Worldwide]
Students in film direction, cinematography, animation, multimedia and computer graphics can participate in this summer school in Russia.
National Film and Video Foundation offers international bursaries [South Africa]
Aspiring filmmakers can apply for a scholarship to study abroad.
Journalism 360° Challenge launched [Worldwide]
The Knight Foundation, in partnership with Google News Lab and the Online News Association (ONA), seeks immersive journalism ideas for a chance to win a share of US$250,000.
Documentary writing workshop open [Spain]
Journalists, writers and students can register for this workshop in Madrid.
UN video competition accepting entries [Worldwide]
Filmmakers ages 25 and younger are invited to submit films on migration, diversity and social inclusion to PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival.
Journalism competition open [Uzbekistan]
Print, online and broadcast journalists can compete in a contest celebrating World Press Freedom Day, May 3.
Gender sensitive journalism contest accepting entries [Ukraine]
Journalists can submit their works in print, online and video formats to this contest organized by the Regional Press Development Institute (RPDI), with the support of the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine's Media Development Fund.
Knight Center hosts MOOC on immersive journalism [Worldwide]
Journalists and others interested in virtual reality in nonfiction storytelling and journalism can participate in this free course March 6 to April 9.
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How journalists can get started with GitHub
Former ICFJ Knight Fellow Miguel Paz recently released a free guide to GitHub for Spanish-speaking journalists. He spoke with IJNet about how GitHub can benefit journalists of all languages.
| March 27, 2017