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Logan Nonfiction Program open [Worldwide]

Journalists, documentarians, photographers and multimedia producers working on longform, deeply reported nonfiction projects can apply for a fellowship in Rensselaerville, New York.

Council for the Advancement of Science Writing hosts contest [US]

Journalists ages 30 and younger who cover scientific issues can apply for the Evert Clark/Seth Payne Award.

UNESCO launches Instagram photo contest [Africa]

Photographers ages 18 to 28 are invited to submit photos of a World Heritage site in Africa for a chance to win a trip.

Documentary contest seeks entries [Russia]

Documentarians can compete for a RUB100,000 cash prize from the Center Festival, an annual film festival about urban culture and contemporary society.

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.