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RECENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR JOURNALISTS

RECENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR JOURNALISTS

IJNet curates the latest opportunities from around the world to satisfy the training needs of professional and aspiring journalists alike. Filter our collection of fellowships, workshops, online courses and media jobs by region, topic or deadline.

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Photography contest accepting entries [Egypt]

Amateur photographers, who do not receive a major part of their income from photography, are invited to submit photos of their favorite destinations in Egypt.

Contest seeks photos of human rights issues, anti-corruption efforts [Worldwide]

Professional and amateur photographers can enter the Allard Prize Photography Competition.

ICFJ offers program on innovation and entrepreneurship [Latin America]

The International Center of Journalists (ICFJ) is recruiting journalists, digital entrepreneurs and technologists for a monthlong fellowship in the United States.

Deadline approaching: journalism grants [Turkey]

The International Press Institute (IPI) is offering microgrants of up to EUR500 for feature-style journalistic content analyzing the impact that pressure on press freedom in Turkey has on other aspects of society.

Contest for science journalists accepting entries [Russia]

Young journalists, photographers and videographers ages 30 and younger can apply for this contest organized by Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

Fellowship highlights lessons of Holocaust [Worldwide]

Graduate journalism students and recent graduates can apply for a two-week travel fellowship to examine the role journalists played in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust.

Thomson Reuters Foundation seeks social media producer [UK]

Journalists with extensive social media experience apply for this position in London.

Abraji offers online course on investigating fraud, corruption [Brazil]

Journalists and journalism students interested in investigating corruption can register for this three-week course organized by the Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism, beginning Nov. 13.

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