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Undergraduate journalism or communications students from around the world who intend to pursue careers in journalism can apply for the chance to come to Washington, D.C., to work at the Scripps Howard News Service from January to April, 2010. Deadline: November 20.
Journalists in Latin America and the Caribbean have until December 1 to enter works to the competition "Hunger will be history," sponsored by Agencia EFE and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) for the United Nations.
Mexican journalists can attend a seminar on access to public information, scheduled for November 26 and 27 in Mexico City. This year's event will cover topics including: new trends in transparency; the right to access public information; and the role of technology, society, and politicians.
The Second World Journalism Education Congress, a discussion on the development of journalism education worldwide in Grahamstown, South Africa, is seeking papers. The event will be held July 5 to 7, 2010. The conference will include networking, peer-review of research papers on journalism education issues, and discussion on global journalism education.