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South China Morning Post seeks editor [China]

Journalists with at least three years of experience in a news operation can apply for this position in Hong Kong.

Freelance, local journalism contest open [Worldwide]

The Kurt Schork Awards in International Journalism honor exceptional freelance journalists, local reporters and news fixers in developing countries.

BBC offers journalism traineeship [UK]

Journalists with some experience who want to broaden their broadcasting skills can apply for this program in London.

Investigative journalism grants available [Africa, China]

Journalists interested in investigating Africa-China relations can submit a proposal to the Africa-China Reporting Project at Wits Journalism.

Global Reporting Institute focuses on early childhood [Worldwide]

Midcareer journalists can apply to attend an all-expenses-paid reporting institute organized by the Dart Center in New York. Up to six participants will also receive US$500 to US$1,000 to produce stories on one or more of the institute topics.

AP-NORC Center organizes fellowship on aging workforce [US]

Journalists with at least five years of experience can apply to spend 10 months at the University of Chicago researching and reporting on the economics of aging and work in the United States.

Summer school for filmmakers open [Worldwide]

Students in film direction, cinematography, animation, multimedia and computer graphics can participate in this summer school in Russia.

Thomson Reuters seeks reporter [South Africa]

Experienced journalists can apply for this position in Johannesburg.