These fellowships provide financial support to journalists and media professionals, allowing us to continue with their journalistic and investigative projects. They can also help you promote diversity and inclusion in journalism and provide opportunities for your professional development.
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Reham al-Farra Memorial Journalism Fellowship
Every year since 2017, the United Nations supports young journalists from developing countries to attend special briefings, interview senior officials and exchange ideas with colleagues from around the world.
World Journalist Fellowship
The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute provides support to international journalists who enroll in one of their graduate programs in journalism at the NYU. It gives them the opportunity to finance tuition expenses and registration fees for two of the three or four semesters of the program.
John S. Knight Journalism Fellowship
SJK fellows receive individual coaching, tailored workshops on leadership, a cohort of their peers, and guidance that sparks professional and personal transformation. They are especially interested in empowering those who are working to serve underrepresented communities.
They offer journalism a chance to study at Harvard for an academic year to work on journalism innovation. It covers tuition, housing, health insurance and childcare, meaning it will also support your family.
Howard G. Buffett Fund for Women Journalists
Supports journalists and journalism projects including, but not limited to, professional development opportunities, investigative reporting and media development initiatives led by women and nonbinary people.
Fund for Indigenous Journalists
It supports reporting on Missing & Murdered Women, Girls, Two-Spirit, Transgender People (MMIWG2T) directly supports Indigenous journalists’ reporting on violence that targets members of Indigenous nations, both on sovereign ground and in urban settings in the U.S.
Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship
It provides academic and professional opportunities to advance the reporting skills of women and nonbinary journalists who focus on human rights and social justice. The Fellowship was created in memory of The Boston Globe correspondent and IWMF Courage in Journalism Award (1998) winner Elizabeth Neuffer, who died while reporting in Iraq on May 9, 2003.
ICFJ Knight Fellowships
ICFJ fellows lead projects in Asia, Eastern Europe/Eurasia, Latin America, Middle East/North Africa and/or Sub-Saharan African. They primarily work with newsrooms to seed new ideas and services that deepen coverage.
The Resilience Fund
The Fund equips individuals and group initiatives with the financial means, capacity and skills-building tools to create resilience networks and seek innovative approaches to citizen security and peacebuilding.
Reuters Institute Fellowship Program
It brings high calibre mid-career journalists to Oxford offering them a period of reflection and the opportunity to carry out media-based research. Its purpose is to allow journalists to tackle subjects in greater depth than is possible under deadline pressure.
This organization offers multiple grants and fellowships to help investigative journalists on environmental affairs. The topics and context of your proposal need to be related to Europe.
Open Society Fellowship
It is designed to support individuals pursuing innovative and unconventional approaches to fundamental open society challenges. As a fellow you will produce work outputs of their own choosing, such as a book, journalistic or academic articles, art projects, a series of convenings, etc.
IRE training programs
If you need financial assistance to attend an IRE training program, they invite you to apply for one or more of IRE’s fellowships/scholarships. Assistance typically includes a one-year IRE membership/renewal and the program registration fee.
The KSJ Fellowship Program at MIT
The Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT offers academic-year fellowships to 10 science journalists, to give them an opportunity to explore science, technology, and the craft of journalism; to concentrate on a specialty in science; and to learn at some of the top research universities in the world.
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