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Journalism fellowship focuses on labor migration [MENA]

Media professionals in Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates who are passionate about human rights, migration and labor issues can apply for this fellowship from the International Labor Organization.

Free webinar focuses on trust in the media [Worldwide]

News University, the Poynter Institute e-learning project, is offering the course "Hooked on junk news: breaking bad habits and rebuilding trust in the media" at 2 p.m. EDT April 26.

North American Guild of Beer Writers offers grant [US]

The Diversity in Beer Writing Grant will provide US$1,000 to a writer who showcases diversity and inclusion within the beer industry.

Conference focuses on women's visibility in the media [Nigeria]

The African Women in the Media 2018 Conference, organized by Stringers Africa, will take place June 21 and 22 in Ibadan.

Internews hosts contest for professional journalists [Kyrgyzstan]

Digital and TV journalists with works published or broadcast in 2017 can enter the Aspiration contest.

Clean Energy Wire organizes media tour in Germany [Worldwide]

Journalists who cover energy, environmental or climate policy can apply to attend this free program to be held April 22 to 23 and learn about Germany's decentralized, citizen-owned energy system.

Fellowships available for writing retreat [US]

Women of color working on a book project can apply for a fellowship to attend Jack Jones Literary Arts' retreat at Blue Sky Retreat in Taos, New Mexico.

Earth Journalism Network offers biodiversity, conservation fellowship [Latin America]

Journalists with experience reporting on scientific and/or environmental topics can apply for a fellowship to attend the Latin America and Caribbean Congress for Conservation Biology in Trinidad and Tobago.