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Fellowships available for workshop on aging issues [US]

The Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center and the Columbia School of Journalism organize the 2017 Age Boom Academy "Exploring inequities in health, work and retirement" June 8 to 10 at Columbia University in New York.

Press freedom contest accepting entries [MENA]

Journalists from the Middle East, Mediterranean and Gulf regions can apply for the Samir Kassir Award for Freedom of the Press.

Workshop focuses on eco-journalism [Nigeria]

Journalism or mass communication students from the Niger Delta region can apply to attend this workshop in Lagos.

World Conference of Science Journalists offers travel fellowships [Worldwide]

Journalists and students interested in science journalism can apply for a fellowship to attend a conference Oct. 26 to 30 in San Francisco.

Harvard Medical School hosts media fellows [US]

Science journalists can apply for a weeklong educational immersion in Boston.

Contest on labor rights reporting seeks entries [Brazil]

Web, print and broadcast journalists can apply for cash prizes totaling BRL400,000.

Data journalism training open [Asia]

Media organizations from ASEAN countries can apply for a training program that includes three workshops taking place between May and October.

Poynter's NewsU hosts free course on fact-checking [Worldwide]

Journalists and others who want to learn basic fact-checking skills and best practices can attend this self-directed course at any time.