PPF Investigative Reporting Fellowships For Pakistani Journalists
Call for Applications
Closing Date: Oct 17, 2019
Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF) invites applications for the 6th batch of PPF Investigative Reporting Fellowships.
The fellowships are part of “Supporting Investigative Journalism in Pakistan” project, which aims to facilitate Pakistani journalists to produce investigative report that meet the professional, ethical and legal standards. PPF will provide support to journalists, to professionally investigate and report on issues relating to human rights, transparency, environment, inequity, governance and corruption.
The fellowships will include capacity building workshops as well as editorial and technical support. Selected participants will work under the supervision of a senior journalist who will act as project editor during the term of the fellowship. Each fellow will be expected to produce up to six stories during this fellowship program.
Journalists with a minimum experience of three years working for print, television, radio and online media can apply for the fellowships.
The criteria for journalists from Baluchistan, FATA, Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir may be relaxed for otherwise qualified applicants. Female journalists are encouraged to apply.
The duration of the fellowship is three months and the amount for the fellowship is sixty thousand rupees.
Completed application forms, in either English or Urdu, containing the following must be received by 5:00 PM on Thursday Oct 17, 2019 to be considered for the award of the fellowships.
Fellowship application form
Fellowship story proposal form
Links or clippings of at least three articles that were published or aired in the last twelve months.
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