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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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Contest recognizes economic reporting [Latin America]

Journalists whose works are published or broadcast in Spanish or Portuguese can compete for the Ibero-American Economic Journalism Award, worth US$4,000.

Contest seeks stories on regional integration projects [Africa]

The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) organizes the COMESA Media Awards for works in Arabic, English or French in four categories: print journalism, radio journalism, television journalism and online/new media.

TruthBuzz webinar: learn how to make facts go viral [Worldwide]

Anyone interested in making facts spread wider than falsehoods can attend this online seminar at 10:00 a.m. EST on Thursday, Dec. 7.

Mama Youth Project offers TV training [UK]

Aspiring TV professionals ages 18 to 25 can apply for this free program in Isleworth.

Miroslava Breach Award calls for entries [Latin America]

Media professionals, researchers and activists connected to one of the member centers of the CLACSO Network are eligible for this award that aims to call attention to the impunity for crimes against journalists.

Grants program accepting applications [MENA]

Journalism and communication students can apply for grants from the Arab Council for the Social Sciences.

NYU journalism fellowship open [Worldwide]

Journalists with at least two years of experience and fluency in English and at least one other language can apply for a fellowship at New York University.

Contest seeks videos on Afro-descendant communities [Latin America, Spain]

Anyone residing in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, El Salvador, Spain, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay can enter the contest "Afro-descendant communities: recognition, justice and development."

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