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Fellowship for mental health journalism available [US]

The Carter Center organizes the Rosalynn Carter Fellowship For Mental Health Journalism, which aims to train reporters covering mental illness.

Gender-based journalism workshop open [Spain]

The UAM/El País Journalism School organizes a workshop focusing on journalism and gender March 10 in Madrid.

Open Society offers media grants [West Africa]

Local organizations can submit proposals that promote investigative journalism and free, quality and independent media.

Sohu seeks journalist [China]

Journalists with one to two years of experience in print media can apply for this position in Tianjin.

Journalism competition open [Uzbekistan]

Print, online and broadcast journalists can compete in a contest celebrating World Press Freedom Day, May 3.

Contest highlights coverage of women's issues [MENA]

Tunisia's Center of Arab Women for Training and Research (CAWTAR) and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) organize a competition for the best journalistic works on women's issues in the Arab region.

Contest seeks documentary projects [Lusophone countries]

Documentarians from Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, Mozambique, Portugal, São Tomé and Príncipe and Timor-Leste can compete for funds from the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries.

Photo contest highlights international relief, development efforts [Worldwide]

InterAction is accepting entries for its annual photography contest in three categories: best youth potential photo, best women's empowerment photo and best photo taken with a mobile phone.