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NewsU hosts free webinar on mass shootings reporting [Worldwide]

Journalists interested in best practices in covering mass violence can register for this online course at 2 p.m. EDT May 31.

Workshop covers reporting on Africa [Spain]

This one-day workshop will address some of the essential aspects when reporting on areas of conflict and humanitarian crises in Africa.

Media fellowship for social issues forum available [MENA]

Professional journalists, journalism students and entrepreneurs ages 20 to 35 can participate in this workshop Oct. 29 to 30 in Barcelona, Spain.

CGTN seeks sports journalist [China]

Journalists with sports reporting experience can apply for this position in Beijing.

Longform essay competition open [Worldwide]

Writers ages 35 and younger can compete for the 2018 Bodley Head/Financial Times Essay Prize.

Society of Professional Journalists seeks conference interns [US]

Journalism students can apply to cover the 2018 Excellence in Journalism conference Sept. 27 to 29 in Baltimore.

Funding available for health documentaries [Brazil]

Seven projects, including one animation and six documentaries, will receive BRL85,000 to BRL220,000, in addition to the Fiocruz Video Seal.

Contest highlights reporting on cooperation with EU [Kazakhstan]

Journalists ages 18 to 35 can enter this contest for a chance to participate in a weeklong internship program to study EU institutions and media in Brussels.