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Perspectives in photojournalism: How to encourage diversity

In the first installment of our six-part series on photojournalism, we look at the challenges of building a more diverse photojournalism climate — and highlight some organizations working to change that.

Clothilde Goujard | December 12, 2017

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR JOURNALISTS

Competition open for Pulitzer Prizes in journalism [US]

Journalists who work for newspapers or websites that publish at least weekly can win US$15,000.

Course focuses on humanitarian journalism [Spain]

The UAM/El País School of Journalism will offer this intensive training Feb. 10, 2018 in Madrid.

Challenge accepting proposals to visualize misinformation [Worldwide]

Digital, mixed media and traditional artists can enter the Reality Redrawn Challenge launched by Mozilla and The Tech. Winners will receive cash to produce and exhibit their piece in San Jose, California.

ICFJ offers fellowship in data journalism [Central, Eastern Europe]

The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) seeks applicants with a strong background in data journalism for a one-year ICFJ Knight Fellowship to promote data-driven reporting techniques in Central and Eastern Europe.

Student Leaders Program open [MENA]

Undergraduate students from Algeria, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia are eligible to apply for this training in the United States.

Journalism competition accepting entries [Europe]

Journalists from the 47 countries in the Council of Europe can compete for the European Press Prize worth EUR10,000.

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