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A two-day training on covering hunger and poverty is available to journalists in three African countries, and will be held in Tanzania from November 24 to 25, in Botswana on January 19 and 20 and Malawi on January 26 and 27, 2010.
Citizen journalists from across the globe are encouraged to enter a contest that will send one individual to the December 12 to 19 UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen, which will seek consensus from world leaders on how to improve environmental policy. Deadline for application submission: November 29.
European journalists can volunteer to work the 2010 International Journalism Festival in Perugia, Italy from April 1 through 5, 2010. Only a limited amount of applicants will be selected to cover the event, and interested persons should apply as soon as possible.
Argentine journalists can compete for the Córdoba award, which will recognize science journalism in mediums including TV, radio, graphics and the Internet. Deadline: December 4. Contestants may submit up to three articles on science journalism that have been published or broadcast in national or international media outlets.
Aljazeera English recently launched “Your Media,” a citizen journalism Web site where people from around the world can share news and opinions with the network. “We want to hear about the reaction to global news events where you are and about the stories you would like us to feature,” according to a statement on the network's Web site.
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.