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Members of the media from island country members of the Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) can apply to receive financial support to attend the King Tide Festival in Tuvalu from February 26 to 28. Deadline: February 24.
The U.S.-based International Women's Media Foundation is accepting applications for the 2010/2011 Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship, which is open to women journalists whose work focuses on human rights and social justice. Deadline: April 9.
Young journalists of Ibero-American countries whose works defend and promote the values of freedom, equality, justice and human rights can compete in the second edition of ‘La Pepa 1812’ journalism prize. Deadline: March 15. The prize intends to honor the work or accomplishments of journalists younger than 35 years of age. Works in Spanish and Portuguese will be accepted.
The Damascus-based Syrian International Academy for Training and Development (SIA) recently published a list of its 2010 journalism training courses online. The list includes courses in TV anchoring, TV filming and lighting, Radio and TV audio production, news writing and editing, instant translation, media organization management and much more.
Photojournalists and journalists in Saudi Arabia are invited to participate in a training workshop focusing on professional photography which will be held in Jeddah City from February 27 to March 3. Hosted by the Jeddah-based Al-Masar Company for media and public relations, the training will be conducted by the well-known Saudi photographer Salim Basba’ain.
Teams of journalists from around the world whose reporting focuses on human rights can submit works to the KC Kulish International Award for Excellence in Print Journalism. Deadline: March 15 (previously February 15). This year's award theme is “Inclusive Development” – the process of ensuring that all marginalized or excluded groups are included in the development process.
Arab journalists working in print, broadcast and online journalism are invited to apply for a six-week online training course in Investigative Journalism that will be held from May 17 to June 26. The course is offered by the Qatar-based Al Jazeera Media Training and Development Center and the Washington D.C.-based International Center for Journalists (ICFJ).
The U.S.-based Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) is now accepting book, print, online and broadcast entries from around the world for their 2010 Awards for Reporting on the Environment. Entry fees cost between US$15 and $30. Deadline: April 1. There are a variety of categories in all mediums. Cash prizes are up to US$1,000.