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IJNet | July 31, 2015

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Center for Investigative Journalism seeks bilingual producer/reporter [US]

Journalists who are fluent in English and Spanish and have two years of radio reporting experience can apply for the position in Emeryville, California.

Innovation contest seeks entries [Middle East]

Journalists, writers, media specialists and developers from the Arab world can compete for a chance to win cash prizes.

NewsU offers webinar on building online communities [Worldwide]

Journalists who want to foster loyal and engaged audiences can participate in this online seminar with Jennifer Brandel, founder of Curious City.

Startup accelerator Media Factory accepting applications [Latin America]

Small teams of journalists working on digital media projects can apply for mentorship and US$75,000 in funding.

Public outreach fellowship open [Worldwide]

The Open Society Foundations seek candidates with innovative approaches to social issues like human rights and access to information.

Free training seeks to strengthen civil society [MENA, Europe]

Individuals ages 18 to 30 from the Mediterranean region can apply for this program as part of the University on Youth and Development in Molina, Spain.


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Journalists – both experienced and at the start of their careers – are invited to apply for the International Journalism MA at City University London. Places are available starting in September 2015.

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