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Journalism Education

Communication conference open [Brazil]

Media academics, students and professionals can participate in an event that will be held in five cities.

Deadline approaching: journalism exchange fellowship [US, Austria]

Print, broadcast and freelance journalists ages 21 to 38 can apply for a seven-week fellowship in Austria or the United States.

Investigative journalism program open [Eastern Europe]

Journalists ages 20 to 35 from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine can apply for this program in Riga, Latvia.

Fellowships to attend women symposium open [US]

The Journalism & Women Symposium will bring women journalists to its Conference and Mentoring Project (CAMP) in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Registration open for Latino Media Summit [Latin America, US]

Journalists, news media industry leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs focused on U.S. Latino journalism and the larger Spanish-language world will host this event next June in New York.

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.

Rosalynn Carter Fellowships available [UAE]

Journalists with at least three years of professional experience can apply for a fellowship with a focus on mental health reporting.

Scholarships available for summer school on transparency [Europe]

Senior students, graduates and young professionals, including journalists, ages 35 and younger who want to learn about corruption are encouraged to apply for this training in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Journalism training accepting applicants [Central Eurasia]

Journalists ages 30 and younger are invited to compete for a chance to attend a 10-week certification program in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

El Salvador to host journalism forum [Latin America]

The 2017 Central American Journalism Forum (ForoCAP) will feature conferences and debates on the state of journalism in the region.

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