Applications for the Transatlantic Media Fellowship On Migration & Integration and Digital Societies are accepted on a rolling basis until October 16, 2015.
The Transatlantic Media Fellowships give American and European journalists the opportunity to conduct research in the European Union (for American journalists) and in the United States (for European journalists). The fellowships are an integral component of the Transatlantic Dialogue Program on Democracy and Social Policy, promoting a vibrant discourse between U.S. and European societies on the shared challenges to our democracies and on the shared values of the transatlantic partnership. The fellowship is open to journalists in any medium eager to report on one of two issues areas: “Migration and Integration” and “Digital Societies” (see description below).
We seek journalists working in any medium who offer new perspectives on transatlantic policy debates, who come from diverse communities, and who may not otherwise have the opportunity to conduct transatlantic research.
The Heinrich Böll Foundation will cover travel and accommodation costs within reason for five days of research in the E.U. or the U.S., subject to final approval of individual travel plans. We also provide an honorarium of $1,000. Each fellowship recipient may decide his or her own dates of travel during November 2015. If requested, we can provide some assistance with setting up meetings in the U.S. and Europe.
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