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ICFJ offers webinar on building structured journalism projects [Worldwide]

Journalists can join a webinar led by ICFJ Knight Fellow Ritvvij Parrikh at 10 a.m. EDT Oct. 30 on the tools that newsrooms can use to build structured journalism projects.

Seminar focuses on how to build sustainable journalism models [Argentina]

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) and the Civil Media Company will host this event for journalists and media entrepreneurs Oct. 26 and 27 in Buenos Aires.

Reporting grant accepting applications [MENA]

Young journalists who live and work in the Arab world can apply for a reporting grant of EUR2,000 (US$2,312) from zenith magazine, the Candid Foundation and the Herbert Quandt Foundation.

Docudays UA hosts training for filmmakers [Worldwide]

Documentarians can apply for this training that will take place March 26 to 29, 2019 in Kiev, Ukraine.

Water Integrity Network launches journalism fund [Worldwide]

Investigative and data journalists, especially those reporting in developing countries, can apply for funding to research the impacts of corruption in the water sector and its subsectors.

Public diplomacy program in Russia open [Europe, US, Canada]

Young leaders from the media, government, academy and private sectors can apply for "Meeting Russia," a three-day program held in Moscow on Russia's foreign policy and its relations with the West.

Conference focuses on data journalism and digital methods [Brazil]

The Brazilian chapter of School of Data, in partnership with the Google News Initiative, organizes Coda.Br Nov. 10 and 11 in São Paulo.

Challenge seeks startups for women inclusion [Africa]

Digital startups that have a positive impact on women's inclusion and the reduction of gender inequalities can enter the AFD Digital Challenge, organized by the French Development Agency (AFD, in French) and Digital Africa.