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Journalism competition: Reporting from Afghanistan

The M4D Projects invites journalists and photographers to show the world that Afghanistan is way more than only a war-shaken country. It has a...

Reporting project on global climate change

Young journalists and experienced editors with interests in global warming and climate change can now apply to The GroundTruth Project. The reporting project is...

Apply to report on the alternative youth of Hungary

Cafébabel, the young multilingual European magazine, is looking for journalists willing to travel to Budapest. This is the first station of their new report...

Fellowship for journalists covering science, technology, environment or medicine

Journalists covering science, technology, the environment or medicine can apply for the Knight Science Journalism Fellowships hosted at MIT and Harvard.

How to unleash your coverage of the environment – opportunities for...

In the article you will find information on courses, journalist networks, grants and advice suitable for journalists and photographers, covering the environment.

The EU elections in the international press: key moments and intentional...

In addition to selfie, this year the English language was enriched with the word Spitzenkandidaten, or The Leading Candidates. Those are the persons – usually the leaders – who a political party nominates in advance for the highest position for which it competes in elections.

Free course on data journalism starts on May 19

Journalists who want to incorporate data analysis into their reporting may take a free, online training. The Data Driven Journalism initiative, run by the European Journalism Centre (EJC), is offering a five-module course to teach journalists how to use data to enhance their storytelling.

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