Offer: International Reporting Project International Journalism Fellowship
International Reporting Project
2011 IRP Fellowships
FALL 2011 IRP FELLOWSHIPS IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM
In the fall of 2011, the International Reporting Project (IRP) will offer up to 10 IRP Fellowships to U.S. journalists to carry out a project reporting from any country in the world outside the United States. The fellowships are open to all U.S. journalists with at least five years of professional experience in any medium.
• Four IRP Fellowships will be reserved for journalists proposing reporting projects on topics of international religion. Applicants for these fellowships should check the box on the application form to indicate they are applying for one of these fellowships.
• One IRP/Stanley Foundation Fellowship will be reserved for journalists proposing reporting projects on topics dealing with peace building or prevention of atrocities or genocide. Applicants for this fellowship should check the box on the application form for this fellowship.
• Other Fellowships will be awarded to journalists proposing any international reporting project. Applicants should check the box on the application form indicating they are applying for a general IRP Fellowship.
The program will begin on September 1, 2011, in Washington D.C. where IRP Fellows will spend two weeks preparing for their overseas reporting. Fellows will depart for their chosen countries in mid-September for a five-week period of individual international reporting. All IRP Fellows are required to return to Washington in mid-October for a final two weeks of presentations. The program ends November 4, 2011.
Application forms for the fall 2011 Fellowships are available on the IRP site. The deadline to apply for the Fall 2011 IRP Fellowships is April 1, 2011.