Nivel cariera: 
Premii in valoare totala de 8000 de euro/ bursa/ transportul asigurat
28 Jan 2014 - 05 Mar 2014
02 Feb 2015 - 25 Feb 2015

Bursa pentru Excelenta in Jurnalism

Jurnalistii din Romania sunt invitati sa aplice pentru Editia a VIII-a a programului Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence care se va desfasura intre lunile aprilie-decembrie 2014. Programul reprezinta o sansa de a cerceta povesti transfrontaliere despre generatii cu costurile cercetarii, transportului, dezvoltarii profesionale si aranjamentelor referitoare la media pe plan international acoperite. Ajutorul financiar consta intr-o bursa de 2000 euro si costuri pentru transport de pana la 2000 euro asigurate. Update: in 2015 termenul limita pentru aplicatii este 25 februarie.

About the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence

Journalists from the Balkans are increasingly required to cover complex reform issues, taking in a regional and Europe-wide dimension. The fellowship provides editorial guidance, training and adequate funding to do so.
In order to encourage regional networking among journalists and advance balanced coverage on topics that are central to the region as well as to the European Union, the ERSTE Foundation and the Open Society Foundations are supporting the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence programme, in cooperation with the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN.

Each year, ten Balkan journalists are competitively chosen to receive funding and professional support to conduct their own research project.

Selected journalists receive a fellowship of 2000 euros, a travel allowance of up to 2000 euros and a chance to participate in a seven-month programme for professional advancement.

Ten fellows from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia will be selected on the basis of applications submitted. The fellowship will run from April until December 2014 and three winners shall be selected during the final seminar held at the end of the year.

Fellows are expected during this period to produce one in-depth journalistic article of no more than 2,000 words, based on the research proposal they submit. Editorial guidance and control shall be provided by BIRN.

The fellowship features an introductory seminar in Vienna, mentorship of each fellow's research and reporting, individual research trips to countries of the region and the EU, as well as a concluding seminar and award ceremony.

Experienced editors from the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network provide hands-on support to fellows throughout their work, while seminars ensure that fellows learn about current issues of concern in the EU and the region, meet important social, political and economic actors and establish contact with media professionals.

In addition, the independent Selection Committee will award bursaries of € 4,000, € 3,000 and € 1,000 to the authors of the three winning articles.

Fellowship reports are disseminated widely in all local languages as well as in English and German, and published in e-book which assembles the ten works that have been produced in the course of the fellowship year.

Fellows are encouraged to maintain contact and support new intakes through an alumni network.

Fellowship programme was initiated in 2007 by the Robert Bosh Foundation and the ERSTE Foundation, in cooperation with BIRN.

The closing date for applications is 5 March 2014.

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