Experienced international journalists can apply for a reporting fellowship.
New America’s Global Gender Parity Initiative, a research and journalism project of the Better Life Lab, launched a fellowship to tell stories on unpaid care work and the impact that it is having.
Contestants must submit pitches for short pieces, between 500 to 1,000 words, and include how they will use research and data from local think tanks and organizations to inform and guide their reporting.
Fellows will receive stipends of up to US$1,500 contingent on the length of the piece and the travel necessary for reporting.
Journalists anywhere in the world can apply, but preference will be given to journalists based in and reporting from the Global South.
The deadline is Jan. 9, 2017.
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