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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.
The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas is offering an online course on the coverage of drug trafficking, designed for Latin American journalists. Deadline: February 21, 2010. The course, which will take place March 8 to April 11, intends to provide students with a deeper knowledge of drug trafficking and help them develop the techniques necessary for news coverage.
The Kuwait News Agency recently published a list of journalism training courses that will be held in Kuwait City throughout 2010. The list includes courses in covering press conferences, the basics of news writing, investigative reporting, business and economic news writing, covering breaking news and conducting interviews.