Fellowship open for journalists who cover international peace and security
The United States Institute of Peace Jennings Randolph Senior Fellowship is open to journalists whose work covers topics of international peace and security challenges who wish to spend time researching and writing at the institute in Washington D.C.
The fellowships are open to Canadian journalists, academics, policy makers and analysts. It is a fellowship that pays no set amount – instead, it attempts to match the recipient’s salary in the previous year up to USD $100,000 — an upper limit that shouldn’t pose an issue to most journalists.
The application deadline is September 10.
More information can be found here.