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Mobile journalism contest accepting entries [Worldwide]

Anyone age 18 and older can submit works using a mobile device for a chance to win a mojo kit and attend the Mojofest conference in Galway, Ireland.

Grant available for reporting on abortion, health and human rights [Brazil]

Journalists interested in investigating abortion-related issues can apply for up to BRL10,000 from Instituto Patrícia Galvão, Abraji and Global Health Strategies.

Overseas reporting fellowship open [US, Germany]

The McCloy Fellowships, sponsored by the American Council on Germany, provide journalists with the opportunity to travel to Europe or the United States to conduct on-site research and pursue stories of their own design.

Environmental photo contest open [Worldwide]

The winner of WorldEcoPhoto contest will receive an expedition to the Arctic for two people.

Knight Center hosts free online course on trust and verification [Worldwide]

Anyone interested in the dynamics of trust and transparency in digital journalism and how to verify and debunk online misinformation can attend this course April 9 to May 6.

Scholarships for journalism bootcamp available [Europe, US]

University students who are citizens of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, United Kingdom and the United States can participate in this summer program in Prague.

Gabriel García Márquez journalism contest open [Americas, Spain, Portugal]

Journalists with works in Spanish and Portuguese can compete in four categories: features, images, news coverage and innovation.

Thomson Reuters seeks bureau chief [Iraq]

Experienced journalists who reported in sensitive or hostile news environments can apply for this position in Baghdad.