Daily Archive: July 26, 2011

Jul 26

Stories of peace challenge accepting entries

Tweet An international writing contest seeks stories about peace initiatives and peacebuilding. This contest is meant to challenge the peacebuilding community, civil society and individuals to write about unique stories of peace initiatives around the world! It is open to anyone with an interest in or who can tell a story about peace (initiatives). It …

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Jul 26

Fellowship sends reporters to conference in France

Tweet Journalists interested in learning more about covering lung health issues can apply for a fellowship. The National Press Foundation is offering all-expenses-paid, six-day fellowships for journalists to learn about lung health issues and cover the 42nd Union World Conference on Tuberculosis and Lung Health, in Lille, France, this October. The training and conference will …

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Jul 26

Google sponsors citizen journalism contest

Tweet Entrepreneurs with citizen journalism projects can enter a competition. Ashoka Changemakers, with the support of Google, is seeking innovations in citizen media. There are two early entry prizes of US $500 for entries received by August 3; the deadline for entries is Sept. 14. Four entries will receive a cash prize of US $5,000. …

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Jul 26

Thomson Reuters offers fellowships for multimedia training

Tweet Start date: 31 Oct 2011 | End date: 04 Nov 2011 Location: London, United Kingdom Language: English Application deadline: 25 Aug 2011 Journalists from the developing world with a minimum of two years experience with a general news or specialist reporting background wanting to gain new online skills to help them work smarter can …

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Jul 26

Fellowship sends journalists to Japan

Tweet Journalists interested in meeting the Kyoto Prize Laureates in Japan can apply for a fellowship. In the spirit of the Kyoto Prize to honor the men and women who have made significant contributions to the betterment of society, Point Loma Nazarene University , in support of the San Diego-based Kyoto Prize Symposium, is offering …

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