National Endowment for Democracy offers journalism fellowships
The Washington, D.C.-based National Endowment for Democracy (NED) invites journalists worldwide to apply to be part of the 2009-2010 Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows Program. Selected fellows will take up residence at the Forum, a research division of NED, for five to ten months.
Deadline: November 10.
According to its organizers, the fellowship seeks to provide experienced journalists with an opportunity to reflect on their work, learn from counterparts in the United States, and reevaluate techniques for building democracy in their country of origin.
Projects must be in English.
Each participant will receive a monthly stipend for living expenses, health insurance and reimbursement for travel. Fellows also receive a fully equipped office and research support.
For further information, including eligibility information,
visit http://www.ned. org/forum/ reagan-fascell. html
or contact fellowships@ ned.org