Journalists and freelancers who are interested in science, arts and technology can apply to attend the Kyoto Prize Ceremony in Japan.
Journalists who cover the United Nations, including its agencies and field operations, are eligible for prizes totaling US$50,000.
College students who are fluent in Portuguese and English can apply for the program in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Brasília.
The series of free workshops in Manchester, England, will teach participants about all aspects of radio production.
Midcareer broadcast journalists can apply for this course in the Netherlands. Scholarships are available for applicants from several developing countries.
Journalism professionals, researchers and students can submit papers in Portuguese, Spanish or English.
The Kavli Science Journalism Awards recognize outstanding individual coverage of the sciences, engineering and mathematics. One category of the award is open to international participants.
Journalism students and recent graduates can attend a training in Cairo to improve their Arabic writing.
Journalists, filmmakers and activists can submit project proposals on peace building and conflict resolution for up to US$50,000 in funding.
The journalist will report on location from the Middle East, North Africa and other parts of the world.
International Center for Journalists, Washington, DC, USA
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