Humanitarian reporting fellowship opens for journalists

THE New Humanitarian (TNH) has opened applications for its 2024 Humanitarian Reporting Fellowship for journalists based in the Middle East, Asia, Latin America, or Africa.

The fellowship offers applicants the opportunity to gain skills in reporting, framing, and presenting local stories for global audiences as part of The New Humanitarian’s global newsroom.

It will also run for six months, from May to November and fellows will experiment with multimedia reporting techniques and develop innovative reporting skills.






     

     

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    The TNH says the fellowship is part of its commitment to journalism that authentically represents the communities it serves while providing insight for policymakers, practitioners, government officials, and others interested in improving the lives of people in crises.

    The New Humanitarian, for almost three decades, has put quality independent journalism at the service of the millions of people affected by humanitarian crises around the world.

    A monthly stipend of US$2,500 will be provided to successful fellows. The deadline for application is March 31. Interested persons can apply here.   

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