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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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Open Society offers grants for independent journalism [Worldwide]

Organizations, networks, startups and informal groups involved in the production of journalism under difficult circumstances, investigative reporting or freedom of expression and the protection of journalists are eligible for support.

Journalism competition open [Uzbekistan]

Print, online and broadcast journalists can compete in a contest celebrating World Press Freedom Day, May 3.

Contest highlights coverage of food sustainability [Worldwide]

The Thomson Reuters Foundation and the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition launched the Food Sustainability Media Award to encourage journalists to report on food sustainability and today’s food paradoxes.

Climate Tracker launches journalism program [MENA]

Aspiring journalists are invited to write two articles for a chance to win a trip to a UN climate change conference in Bonn, Germany.

Legal training program seeks journalists [Central and Southeastern Europe]

Journalists, civil society advocates and media lawyers from Central and Southeastern Europe can apply for an all-expenses-paid program that combines online and offline training in Belgrade, Serbia.

Mongabay seeks story proposals on conservation [Madagascar]

The reporting initiative is commissioning stories that aim to explore the effectiveness of conservation spending and interventions in Madagascar.

Photo contest seeks entries [Worldwide]

Professional, amateur and student photographers can enter a contest with a US$10,000 grand prize.

Investigative reporting conference offers fellowships [US]

Investigative journalists and college students can apply for fellowships to attend the IRE conference in Phoenix, Arizona.

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