Print, broadcast and online journalists can apply for fellowships to attend a five-day course in London on governance and corruption.
Print and online journalists can compete for cash prizes.
The Webber Wentzel Legal Journalist of the Year Award consists of ZAR50,000 cash prizes in three categories.
The Georgian Institute of Public Affairs offers scholarships for Armenian students to study at the Caucasus School of Journalism and Media Management in Tbilisi, Georgia.
The MulinBlog Online J-School is hosting this free course for budding journalists.
The New Zealand Mental Health Media Grants will commit NZD10,000 to a project that documents the stories of those who have experienced mental illness and their positive connections to family, community and employment.
Software designers, developers and storytellers can submit web or mobile applications for cash prizes.
Experienced photojournalists can attend the three-day course in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
The Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship provides an academic year of travel abroad to report on themes including nature, people and sustainability.
Anyone interested in learning more about using digital and social media tools in their reporting can take this course in Buenos Aires.
International Center for Journalists, Washington, DC, USA
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