Due Date: April 15, 2019
Applications are open for the Pulitzer Center Persephone Miel Fellowship 2019 The fellowship, supervised by the Pulitzer Center in partnership with Internews, is developed to assist reporters from the establishing world do the type of reporting they have actually constantly wished to do and allow them to bring their work to a more comprehensive global audience.
The fellowship will benefit those with restricted access to other fellowships and those whose work is not consistently distributed globally. Miel fellowships include reporting from within the candidate’s native nation– or following migrant neighborhoods from there to other places.
- The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting will supply a travel grant of $5000 for a reporting job on subjects and areas of worldwide value, with a focus on concerns that have actually gone unreported or under-reported in the mainstream media. Particular grant terms are worked out throughout the application procedure based upon the scope of proposed work and designated results. Payment of the very first half of the grant is paid out prior to take a trip, upon invoice of necessary products, and the 2nd half on submission of the primary work for publication/broadcast.
- Prior to starting the job the Persephone Miel Fellow will concern Washington, D.C., to meet Pulitzer Center personnel and reporters and participate in a 2-day workshop on the pending job and methods for positioning and outreach. The Pulitzer Center will supply $2500 to cover travel expenditures connected with the Washington workshop.
- Open to all reporters, authors, professional photographers, radio manufacturers or filmmakers, personnel reporters in addition to freelancers and media specialists outside the U.S. who are looking for to report from their house nation;-LRB- **************).
- Female reporters and reporters from establishing nations are highly motivated to use;-LRB- **************).
- Candidates should excel in English.
- Choice will be based upon the strength of the proposed subject and the strength of the candidate’s work as shown in their work samples. They are trying to find jobs that check out systemic concerns in the candidate’s native nation which supply an overarching thesis, instead of private spot-reports from the field.
To learn more, see Persephone Miel Fellowship