Who can apply
English-speaking journalists, bloggers and filmmakers of all ages – employees or freelancers - with at least some experience in working with refugees or conflict journalism from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova or Ukraine as well as from Germany.
- A cover letter in which you describe both your professional background and the reasons for your application.
- Detailed curriculum vitae
- A project idea outlining the research you would like to conduct, the duration of the research and the place where you want to work as well as the country where you are looking for a partner. In most cases, we expect you to work in binational teams. However, if you have comprehensible reasons to do the research in three countries, just let us know. Please also write down in a few sentences how you can achieve your goals if travel and other pandemic restrictions will continue.
- It is an asset if you can already give us a name of a media outlet that would be interested in your text/film/multimedia-story, but it is not necessary for the application.
- If possible a proof of your knowledge of English.
Send these documents only via e-mail (pdf, in total not more than 5 MB) to <firstname.lastname@example.org> not later than June 13th, 2021.
Normally you do not need to send certificates and recommendations, only if they have a direct connection to your applications.
Due to a dynamic situation, the pandemic situation by end of July in the different EaP countries. Therefore, we do not exclude the possibility of changing the format of the final network meeting to hybrid (online/offline) or have it in country which is less affected by the pandemic in October.
This project is run and organized by Berlin Journalism School
in cooperation with partners in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Ukraine.
If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact Clemens Schöll, head of the program email@example.com.