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Deadline approaching: Thomson Reuters course on court reporting [Sub-Saharan Africa]

Journalists with at least three years of experience can apply to take a free course in Lusaka, Zambia. Scholarships will cover travel expenses for participants from the region.

Investigative reporting contest seeks entries [US]

The I.F. Stone Award will provide up to US$10,000 in funding to emerging reporters.

Google mapping course available online [Worldwide]

Beginning journalists seeking to improve their digital skills can take a free course about Google's mapping tools.

Free course on mobile journalism open [Brazil]

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas and the Associação Nacional de Jornais offer this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). Six participants will win a trip to Austin, Texas.

Environmental reporting contest open [Spain]

Ecovidrio will present its journalism awards for works that have helped raise awareness about the environment.

ICFJ offers reporting training on Vietnam-US relations [Vietnam]

Sixty journalists will be selected to take a five-week, online course. The top 15 participants will travel to the United States to build on the skills learned during the course.

The Wall Street Journal seeks blog editor [China]

Experienced journalists who are fluent in Chinese can apply for the position in Beijing.

Documentary festival seeks films about Asia [Worldwide]

Documentarians whose work focuses on the lives of people in Asia can submit their work.