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Journalism fellowship accepting proposals [UK]

Journalists, writers, documentarians and digital media professionals can apply for the Friends Provident Foundation' Journalist Fellowship to produce work that communicates alternative, economically coherent ideas in an engaging way.

Abraji, Lupa organize free fact-checking workshops [Brazil]

The Abraji-Lupa Circuit consists of online and on-site workshops aimed at training more than 1,000 journalists to cover the 2018 elections in Brazil.

Thomson Reuters Foundation hosts diversity, resilience workshop for journalists [Central, Eastern Europe]

Journalists who have at least a year of professional experience can apply for an all-expenses-paid program to be held Aug. 25 to 31 in Alpbach, Austria.

Fellowship for science conference available [Worldwide]

Journalists and bloggers with at least three years of experience can apply to visit the Falling Walls Lab and attend its conference in Berlin.

Contest for social justice journalism open [US]

Journalists whose projects reflect a concern for social justice can apply for a US$5,000 award, along with a one-month residency in Blue Mountain Lake, New York.

Funding available for investigative projects [Mexico]

Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity will select four investigative projects to receive mentorship and up to MXN25,000 per month.

Contest highlights conflict reporting [MENA]

Journalists reporting in conflict zones can be nominated for the Khaled Alkhateb Memorial Awards.

UN video competition open [Worldwide]

Filmmakers ages 25 and younger are invited to submit films on migration, diversity and social inclusion to the PLURAL+ Youth Video Festival.