IJNet curates the latest opportunities from around the world to satisfy the training needs of professional and aspiring journalists alike. Filter our collection of fellowships, workshops, online courses and media jobs by region, topic or deadline.


Training program focuses on vulnerable children reporting [South Asia]

Journalists with at least one year of experience working in English can apply to attend this free program offered by the Thomson Reuters Foundation Oct. 1 to 5 in New Delhi.

Travel photography contest accepting entries [Worldwide]

Anyone can enter the 2018 AFAR Travel Photography Awards for a chance to receive cash prizes, business class airfare, an online masterclass and more.

Journalist-in-Residence program available for endangered journalists [Turkey]

The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) in Germany offers a program to enable journalists to leave an unsafe environment of oppression for three to six months.

Course covers fact-checking techniques [Brazil]

Casper Líbero College offers this course Oct. 20 and 27 in São Paulo.

First Amendment Coalition hosts contest [US]

Journalists, bloggers, lawyers, news organizations, software developers and community activists can submit nominations for the FAC Free Speech and Open Government Award.

Human rights fellowships available [Worldwide]

Recent graduates in journalism, international relations or law can apply for a yearlong fellowship to work with Human Rights Watch in New York or Washington.

Film festival seeks journalism entries [Russia]

Filmmakers, broadcast journalists and journalism students are invited to compete in the Moscow International Television Film Festival "Profession – Journalist."

Obama Foundation Fellowship open [Worldwide]

Journalists and others who are altering the civic engagement landscape can apply for this two-year, nonresidential program.