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NewsU offers webinar on editing resources [Worldwide]
"The Web's Best Editing Resources" will be broadcast online at 2 p.m. EDT on Sept. 15.
The Washington Post offers paid internships [US]
Journalism students who had at least one professional news media job or internship can apply for a summer internship program.
EU journalism contest seeks entries [Georgia]
Journalists, bloggers and web publishers at least 18 years old can submit entries in Georgian, Russian, English, Abkhaz and Ossetian.
Thomson Reuters hosts journalism training program [Worldwide]
Aspiring reporters, recent graduates or business journalists with English proficiency can apply for a nine-month training program in a major Reuters bureau.
The Nation hosts student writing contest [US]
College and high school students are invited to submit an essay to this contest.
Media development funds available [MENA]
The Aswatona Fund for Media Development will provide grants to media organizations in the Maghreb and the Mashreq.
International Media Ethics Day seeks local hosts [Worldwide]
The Center for International Media Ethics (CIME) invites organizations and individuals to host workshops for the celebration on Sept. 26.
Training focuses on democracy, activism for young journalists [Central Asia]
Journalists ages 16 to 29 from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan can apply for an all-expenses-paid training in Kyrgyzstan.
Folha de S. Paulo hosts training for aspiring journalists over 40 [Brazil]
Professionals ages 40 and older can participate in this free journalism training in São Paulo.
Guillermo Cano Journalism Conference open [Colombia]
This free event promotes dialogue among media professionals, students and academics on issues related to Latin American journalism.
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