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Contest seeks stories on mental illness [Brazil]

Print, broadcast and online journalists can compete for cash prizes from the Brazilian Association of Psychiatry.

Fact-checking competition open [Africa]

Print, broadcast and online journalists can submit reports that exposed misleading claims made by public figures and institutions.

Workshops for documentarians accepting applications [Worldwide]

The European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs (EAVE) will host three workshops in Europe in 2019. Scholarships are available.

National Endowment for Democracy seeks forum fellows [US]

Budding to midcareer young professionals working on foreign policy related issues can apply to participate in the Penn Kemple Forum on Democracy in Washington.

ICFJ seeks bilingual editor [Latin America, US]

Journalists with at least 10 years of experience covering Latin America can apply for this remote position with the Investigative Reporting Initiative in the Americas.

Film festival on human rights seeks entries [Russia]

Documentary filmmakers can submit works produced in 2017 or 2018 to this contest organized by the Russian Guild of Film Directors.

NewsU presents webinars on news design [Worldwide]

Poynter's News University, in partnership with the Society for News Design (SND), will offer "Making emotional connections with local audiences through design" on July 16; "Secrets of a successful newsletter: lessons from The Lily" on July 17; and "Planning and design for the big story" on July 18.

Cultural workshop in Lebanon accepting applications [MENA]

Journalists and others can apply to participate in this workshop on Sept. 20 to 30.