Thomson Reuters Foundation offers fellowship on Governance Reporting

Journalists from developing countries can apply for fellowships to attend a course on governance reporting in London. The five-day course will start on December 9, 2013 and application deadline is September 16, 2013.

PrintThe Thomson Reuters Foundation informed the course is designed to assist journalists in combating corruption in all its forms. It offers sessions on defining and recognizing corruption and writing media campaigns on the subject.

Full and part-funded scholarships are available for journalists from the developing world/countries working for organizations with no resources for training. Scholarships include return air travel (economy class), accommodation and a modest living allowance.

The Thomson Reuters Foundation also offers training for journalists from any region from an organization that has the resources to fully cover the costs of the program.

Applicants must submit a short bio, a statement of motivation, and two recent examples of published work, preferably relevant to the course, with a brief summary in English (if necessary). TV/Radio journalists can send their scripts and a brief summary.

The deadline is Sept. 16, 2013 and click here to apply.

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