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RECENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR JOURNALISTS

RECENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR JOURNALISTS

IJNet curates the latest opportunities from around the world to satisfy the training needs of professional and aspiring journalists alike. Filter our collection of fellowships, workshops, online courses and media jobs by region, topic or deadline.

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The Epoch Times hosts journalism contest [Worldwide]

Journalists are invited to submit inspiring stories for a chance to win up to US$5,000.

Grants for journalism training available [UK]

The Journalism Diversity Fund offers grants to budding, diverse British journalists planning to attend courses accredited by the National Council for the Training of Journalists.

Young peacebuilder program open [MENA]

Journalists ages 18 to 25 with the potential to shape opinion and engage their communities can apply for this program organized by the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC).

ICFJ offers webinar on strategies for making digital news startups profitable [Worldwide]

Journalists interested in best practices and trends for digital media in Latin America can participate in a free webinar at 1 p.m. EDT in English and then repeated at 2:30 p.m. EDT in Spanish Aug. 15.

Mongabay Reporting Network seeks story proposals [Asia]

Journalists can apply for a paid reporting initiative to investigate lesser-known issues facing the eastern Indian and western Pacific oceans.

NewsU at Poynter hosts free webinar on data journalism tool [Worldwide]

The course "Find stories in data faster and collaborate better with data.world: a digital tools tutorial" will be broadcast at 2 p.m. EDT Aug. 31.

Southern Environmental Law Center organizes journalism contest [US]

Journalists who focused on environmental issues in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia can compete for the Reed Environmental Writing Award.

Abraji offers online course in data journalism [Brazil]

Journalists who want to learn how to access and analyze public data can enroll in this four-week course from the Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism.

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