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Freedom of the Press Foundation seeks reporter/researcher [US]

Journalists with at least two years of reporting experience can apply for this position in San Francisco or New York.

World Bank hosts Youth Essay Competition [Egypt]

Individuals ages 30 and younger are invited to write about social entrepreneurship for a chance to win a cash prize.

SAJA reporting fellowship available [South Asia]

Freelancers and staff journalists in any medium who have demonstrated experience in completing high-level, comprehensive journalistic projects can apply for the South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA) fellowship.

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.

Contest recognizes LGBT reporting [US]

Print, broadcast and online journalists who covered LGBT issues can compete for an award from the National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA).

Contest on coverage of transportation technology open [Brazil]

Journalists who work for print or digital media can compete for a prize offered by Brazil's Society of Engineers.

Reporting grants available [Africa]

French-speaking African journalists can apply for a grant from the Wits China-Africa Reporting Project to examine the relationship between China and francophone African countries.

School of Data offers fellowships [Worldwide]

Data journalists, developers and leaders can apply for this nine-month fellowship.