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OPPORTUNITIES FOR JOURNALISTS

Fellowships available for investigative journalism conference [Worldwide]

Journalists from Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East can apply for a fellowship to attend the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Lillehammer, Norway.

Red Cross reporting course open [Brazil]

College students interested in news coverage of armed conflicts can register for this free course in São Paulo.

AIR organizes contest for storytelling experiments in public media [US]

The Association of Independents in Radio (AIR) is searching for 15 creative leaders with ideas that will bring public media to local communities. The winning projects will be incubated at public radio stations nationwide as part of Localore: Finding America.

BBC offers sports reporting traineeship [UK]

Sports enthusiasts can apply for the Kick Off Trainee Sport Reporters 2015.

Competition to fund stories on human rights [Brazil]

Journalism students are invited to pitch story idea to the Vladimir Herzog Institute.

East-West Center hosts senior journalism seminar [Asia, MENA, US]

Twelve to fourteen U.S. journalists and journalists from countries with significant Muslim populations will be selected for a three-week cross-cultural trip to three U.S. cities, Malaysia and India.

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Journalists – both experienced and at the start of their careers – are invited to apply for the International Journalism MA at City University London. Places are available starting in September 2015.

Journalists from Brazil, China, India, Russia and Sub-Saharan Africa who cover maternal and child health can submit their work to Johnson & Johnson and ICFJ for a US$1,000 cash prize and an all-expenses-paid trip to the United States.

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