Daily Archive: August 23, 2011

Aug 23

International Humanitarian Photography Award open

Tweet Deadline: 15/10/11 Photographers of any nationality can participate in a contest. The XV International Humanitarian Photography Award Luis Valtueña is organized by Médicos del Mundo (“doctors of the world”). The contest was created as a tribute to Luis Valtueña, Flors Sirera, Manuel Madrazo and Mercedes Navarro, aid workers from the organization killed in Rwanda …

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Aug 23

World Health Organization seeks English editor

Tweet Deadline: 31/08/11 The World Health Organization (WHO) seeks an editor to work in Lyons, France. The WHO editor will work with the International Agency for Research on Cancer. Responsibilities include assembling, editing and proofreading scientific manuscripts in English, as well as providing advice on editorial matters and publishing procedures to scientific staff. The applicant …

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Aug 23

Fellowship on human rights reporting offered

Tweet Date: 19/10/11 – 25/10/11 Deadline: 31/08/11 Journalists from the Philippines interested in human rights issues can apply for a fellowship. The Lopez Jaena Journalism Workshop, sponsored by the University of the Philippines, aims to train local journalists on justice and human rights issues. Topics to be covered include culture of impunity and investigative reporting. …

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Aug 23

Investigative journalism conference offered

Tweet An investigative journalism conference will be held in Sydney, Australia. The National Investigative Journalism Conference, sponsored by the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism, will bring together journalists and academics to explore opportunities in investigative journalism. Topics to be covered include multimedia, the changing nature of journalists’ relationships with their sources and new collaborative models …

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Aug 23

Grants available for documentary projects

Tweet Deadline: 15/01/11 Documentary filmmakers from developing countries can apply for a grant. The Jan Vrijman Fund, sponsored by the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA), provides funding for creative documentaries and documentary events in developing countries. The maximum contribution is €15,000 (about US$21,400). Project directors should have the nationality of a developing country and …

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