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Knight News Challenge focuses on elections [Worldwide]

Nonprofits, for profits or individuals of any age can submit innovative ideas and projects that better inform and inspire voters, as well as make the election process more fun and accessible for individuals.

Fellowship on digital media and learning available [US]

Researchers can apply for a yearlong fellowship at the Sesame Workshop in New York.

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty seeks journalist [Europe]

Experienced journalists who are fluent in Ukrainian and English can apply for the position in Prague.

Junior Scholars Book Development Workshop open [MENA]

Post-PhD and pre-tenure scholars who have a book manuscript on the contemporary politics of the Middle East can apply for this workshop at Princeton University.

Data visualization competition open [Worldwide]

The United Nation's Human Development Report Office (HDRO) is inviting submissions based on its human development data.

ICFJ seeks program managers

Professionals with at least two years of experience in media, international development and/or project management may apply for these positions in Washington.

IDB launches MOOC on pensions and regional economy [Latin America]

Journalists and other professionals in any field can register for this Massive Open Online Course in Spanish offered by the Inter-American Development Bank.

Thomson Reuters offers training on global elections

Journalists from Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Haiti and Uganda can apply to take a free course in London. Participants will receive air travel, accommodations and a modest living allowance.