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Associated Press Media Editors offers workshop [US]

Journalism professionals, academics and students can attend a two-day NewsTrain workshop in Greenville, South Carolina.

NewsU hosts free webinar on fact-checking [Worldwide]

News University, the Poynter Institute e-learning project, will present the webinar "Fact-check it: digital tools to verify everything online" at 2 p.m. EDT July 11.

Investigative journalism program seeks trainers [UK]

Journalists who are confident using technology and have investigative reporting experience can apply to become a trainer for the Access to Tools program organized by the Centre for Investigative Journalism and the Google News Initiative.

Online course focuses on social media strategies for institutions [Latin America]

The University of Guadalajara's Centro de Formación en Periodismo Digital will offer this course Aug. 20 to Sept. 30.

Call for papers on social issues [MENA]

Journalists, academics and students from the Arab world are invited to submit their papers to the Winter Experimental Social Sciences Institute (WESSI) Workshops at American University of Beirut and New York University Abu Dhabi.

Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism accepting applicants [Worldwide]

Graduates and midcareer professionals in journalism, technology, business and design can apply for this program to develop their own media startup in New York.

Film festival on human rights open [Worldwide]

Filmmakers can submit documentaries produced in 2017 to 2019 to this festival in Prague.

CGTN seeks editor/proofreader [China]

Journalists with more than four years of experience in copy editing can apply for this position in Beijing.