The Canadian International Council and The Walrus have teamed up to present an internationally-focused long-form competition open to Canadians and residents of Canada involved in international research.

 

The Canadian International Council and The Walrus have teamed up to present an internationally-focused long-form competition open to Canadians and residents of Canada involved in international research.

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Entrants will pitch a piece ranging between 5,000 to 7,500 words on a “salient issue in international political affairs within Canada and worldwide.” The winner of the competition will work with a Walrus editor on his or her piece and will receive a $7,500 commission.

More details can be found on the CIC website here. The deadline to submit pitches is Oct. 26.