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Journalism contest focuses on information safety [Latin America]

The grand winner will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to the 2018 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, followed by a trip to Slovakia to visit the headquarters of ESET software company.

National Press Foundation offers training on aging reporting [US]

Journalists interested in the latest data and research on aging can apply for an all-expenses-paid fellowship to attend a four-day seminar in Washington.

Residency program to investigate human rights in Brazil [Worldwide]

Foreign reporters who speak Portuguese or Spanish can apply for accommodations and mentorship in Rio de Janeiro.

Training focuses on extractive industries reporting [Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea]

The Thomson Reuters Foundation, in partnership with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ), is organizing workshops Sept. 27 to 29, as part of its extractive reporting program.

UNDP hosts Open Data Media Camp [Romania]

Investigative journalists, activists, NGO representatives and bloggers interested in open data, research and watchdog activities are invited to this all-expenses-paid event in September.

Thomson Foundation hosts journalism competition [Worldwide]

Journalists ages 30 and younger working in developing countries are eligible.


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