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Mobile Film Festival seeks videos on human rights [Worldwide]

Professional and amateur filmmakers are invited to make a one-minute video for a chance to receive EUR20,000 (US$23,561).


English course for journalists open [Worldwide]

The University of California, Berkeley is offering the Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) “English for Journalists, Part 2” through edX.


Smithsonian photo contest accepting entries [Worldwide]

Professional and amateur photographers can enter for a chance to win US$2,500.


John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships 2019/2020 at Stanford University

Each year, JSK brings together up to 20 fellows from around the world to work on ideas to address the most urgent problems facing journalism. If you aspire to be a leader who can help reimagine and transform journalism, you should apply for our program.


Funding to enable innovation in video journalism [Worldwide]

The Google News Initiative (GNI) YouTube innovation funding will provide up to US$250,000 to support news organizations in building sustainable, innovative video operations.


ICFJ offers webinar on leading cross-border data journalism projects [Worldwide]

Journalists can join a webinar led by ICFJ Knight Fellow Jacopo Ottaviani at 10 a.m. EDT Sept. 26 on the tools and strategies newsrooms can use to lead cross-border data journalism projects.


Contest recognizes coverage of labor migration [Worldwide]

Professional journalists are invited to submit a written article, photo, audio or video to this contest organized by the International Labour Organization.


UNDP/UNESCO 2018 IATI Research Challenge for Journalists | Opportunities For Africans

UNDP and UNESCO are jointly launching the “AITI Research Challenge for Journalists” – a research and writing competition for journalists around the world, aged between 15 and 25.
Application Deadline: 20 December, 2018.