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South China Morning Post seeks interns [Asia]

College juniors, seniors and graduates with excellent English can apply for this internship in Hong Kong.

Photojournalism grant available [Worldwide]

The Alexia Foundation seeks applicants for its professional and student photography grants, which aim to help photographers produce stories that further the foundation's goals of promoting world peace and cultural understanding.

Contest seeks human interest reporting [US]

Print, broadcast and digital journalists can compete for the Meyer "Mike" Berger Award, administered by Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.

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 (Abraji, in Portuguese).

Entrepreneurship program accepting applications [Africa]

The Tony Elumelu Foundation offers 12 weeks of intensive online training, seed capital, mentorship and networking.

Fact-checking contest calls for innovative projects [Worldwide]

Fact-checking organizations and teams of journalists, designers, developers or data scientists can compete for a US$50,000 fund from the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN).

Social journalism workshop open [Ecuador]

Digital magazine La Barra Espaciadora organizes the workshop "Off the record," which focuses on how to look for alternative sources when covering gender violence and rights violations, Feb. 7 to 9 in Guayaquil.

Contest seeks stories on corruption [Eastern Europe, Central Eurasia]

TV and online video journalists from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine can apply for EUR250 to EUR8,000 in funding.