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Scholarships available for journalism conference [Worldwide]
Undergraduate and graduate students ages 18 to 25 who are committed to a career in journalism can apply to attend Future News Worldwide 2018 July 5 and 6 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Abraji seeks panel ideas, speakers [Brazil]
Journalists interested in investigative reporting are invited to help plan the annual conference of the Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji, in Portuguese).
Deadline extended: 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.
Reporting trips to Haiti available [Latin America]
Journalists ages 25 to 39 can apply for this internship to cover the situation of women and youth in the Caribbean country.
Journalism scholarships in Germany available [Europe, US]
The International Center for Journalism at the Freie Universität offers two types of journalism scholarships in Berlin.
Deadline approaching: essay contest [Africa]
College students are invited to write about the economic potential of the African continent for a chance to win a scholarship or an all-expenses-paid trip to Angola.
Heikal fellowship accepting applications [MENA]
Journalists ages 40 and younger can apply for a two-month fellowship at The Sunday Times in London.
Contest highlights HIV/AIDS reporting [Brazil]
Journalists who covered HIV/AIDS issues in 2017 can compete for this award. The winners will participate in the workshop "The last push to end AIDS" April 12 to 14 in Oaxaca, Mexico.
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