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Free online course on investigative journalism available [Worldwide]

Columbia University, through the edX platform, is offering the five-week course "Global muckraking: investigative journalism and global media," starting Feb. 8.

Contest for reporting on media industry open [US]

The 2017 Mirror Awards honor reporters, editors and teams of writers who hold a mirror to their own industry for the public's benefit.

Earth Journalism Network offers grants for reporting on climate change [Pacific]

Journalists and other expert media practitioners who want to cover climate change in the Pacific Islands can apply for grants of up to US$500.

Grants available for research, internships, workshops [MENA]

Journalists whose work focuses on Arab societies can apply for a grant from the Arab Council for the Social Sciences (ACSS).

DW Akademie has 10 full scholarships for journalists [Worldwide]

Young journalists, media managers and communication professionals from Africa, Asia, Latin America or Eastern Europe who speak English and German can apply for a master’s program in Germany.

Journalism competition on women's issues seeks entries [US]

The Jane Cunningham Croly Award for Excellence in Journalism honors a journalist whose work demonstrates a concern for the rights and the advancement of women.

ICFJ launches Early Childhood Development Reporting Fellowship [Africa, Asia, Brazil]

Journalists covering issues of child health and development in Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania are eligible for a yearlong program that includes training, mentoring and financial support.

MBA for journalists open [Brazil]

Journalists interested in specializing in financial journalism can apply for this course in São Paulo.