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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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Webinar focuses on strategies for visual storytelling [Worldwide]

The National Press Foundation hosts the hourlong webinar "How to use technology in visual storytelling" at 12 p.m. EDT Aug. 23.

InSight Crime seeks bilingual editors [Latin America]

This investigative think tank focusing on organized crime in the Americas is looking for English and Spanish language editors willing to relocate to Medellín, Colombia.

Contest for video on popular science accepting entries [Russia]

Video bloggers, journalists, scientists, students and anyone interested in popularization of science can compete for a chance to be featured on the Russian TV channel Science.

Initiative for diversity in investigative reporting on social justice seeks candidates [US]

Women and journalists of color in any type of media can apply for a reporting fellowship from the Fund for Investigative Journalism and the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism.

Media contest on cultural diversity open [Eastern Europe]

TV journalists and film directors from Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine working on films, news reports or videos can compete to participate in a two-day workshop in Yerevan, Armenia.

Grants for Arab culture projects available [MENA]

Journalists and others whose projects are related to contemporary Arab culture can apply for funding.

Stigler Center hosts Journalists in Residence Program [Worldwide]

Journalists who have some years of media experience and are proficient in English can apply for this all-expenses-paid program March 19 to June 9 in Chicago.

Journalists turned authors eligible for book award [US]

Practicing journalists who authored a book can be nominated for the Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism, a US$15,000 award.

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