The International Reporting Project is accepting applications from professional journalists to report on global religion issues. Applications will be reviewed in cycles on a rolling basis.
Some of the areas on which proposals might focus include the relationship of religion to:
– conflict and peace
– environment and sustainability
– political economy and development
– health and education
– gender, race and sexuality
– law and human rights
– social movements
Time spent in the destination country is flexible; fellowships typically last between two and seven weeks.
The fellowships are intended for experienced professional journalists who have a record of outstanding achievement in reporting for influential media outlets. This fellowship is not intended for students or for recent graduates without professional reporting experience.
Applications will be reviewed in cycles on a rolling basis.
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