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Columbia University hosts business journalism fellowships [Worldwide]

Journalists with at least four years of experience can apply for a fellowship in New York.

2018 AAJA Voices program open [US]

The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) organizes this summer-long journalism training fellowship to provide aspiring journalists with skills to succeed in today's media landscape.

Free conference focuses on digital media [Brazil]

The Media, Discourse, Technology and Society research (Midites) group organizes the first Digital Media, Technology and Society Conference on March 22 at the State University of Campinas.

Investigative journalism contest seeks entries [South Africa]

Journalists with investigative works published or broadcast in 2017 can compete for the Taco Kuiper Award for Investigative Journalism.

Peace reporting grant accepting pitches [Worldwide]

Journalists in any medium are invited to submit a story idea on an underreported nonviolent response or peace effort to this competition organized by War Stories, Peace Stories (WSPS) and the Pulitzer Center.

Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship open [US]

Print and online journalists with less than 10 years of experience can apply for a US$75,000 full-time or US$35,000 part-time fellowship.

Certificate program on investigative reporting open [Mexico]

Aspiring investigative journalists can register for this course organized by Periodismo CIDE Feb. 17 to June 30 in Mexico City.

Joint reporting program seeks TV and multimedia projects [Kyrgyzstan]

Journalists fluent in English from broadcast and online media organizations can apply for Media Co-op 2018, a two-week intensive work and travel program in the United States.