Due Date: November 5, 2019
Applications are open for the Chevening South Asia Journalism Fellowship (SAJP) 2020 The Fellowship is targeted at mid-career reporters from South Asian nations consisting of Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives. This fellowship program will start in March 2020.
Fellows will carry out a bespoke 8-week fellowship entitled ‘Great Governance in an Altering World: the Media, Politics and Society’. The program checks out the various methods which the media play a part in holding democratic procedures to account, consisting of federal government, the civil service and security, in addition to the wider political system in both the South Asia area and the UK.
Throughout this program, fellows will check out the variety of techniques taken by the UK and the South Asia area, and after that utilize that understanding to direct conversations that deal with the huge concerns challenging the field. Fellows will be challenged to go over evidence-based context for essential policy disputes, comprehend global positions (consisting of gratitude of UK techniques), supply useful experience, and motivate discussion on essential concerns.
The curriculum concentrates on the methods which the media are called to account, and the broader context within which political organizations run. The principles of reporting are at the heart of all disputes.
Fellows will take part in 8 extensive weeks of lectures, check outs, and conversations that present them to essential UK academics, media, and political figures in the field. They will likewise hang around satisfying their peers in a few of the UK’s leading media organisations, in addition to running a seminar on a subject of their option in the last week.
Each fellowship consists of:
- Complete program charges
- Living expenditures throughout of the fellowship
- Return economy air travel from your nation of home to the UK
- Candidates should be a person of Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, or the Maldives
- Go back to your nation of citizenship at the end of the duration of the fellowship
- Have a postgraduate level credentials (or comparable expert training or experience in a pertinent location) at the time of application
- Have at least 7 years’ work experience prior to using
- Be a mid-career reporter operating in the political or financial sectors in among those nations and excellent working understanding of English (which might be evaluated by a certified English language assessor)
- Not hold British or dual-British citizenship
- Accept abide by all appropriate standards and expectations of the fellowship