Journalists worldwide can apply for a paid assignment in San Diego, California.
The Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice seeks Peace Writers to create narratives of females chosen for the Women PeaceMakers program, a 10-week residency program for women from conflict-affected countries who have been involved in human rights and peacemaking.
Peace Writers will be paired up with peacemakers, interviewing them daily and producing a document that includes narrative stories, conflict histories and conflict timelines that will provide context for the WPM narratives.
The full-time position requires 40 hours per week for 10 weeks. Writers will receive a US$600 stipend per week, but must cover their own housing and travel costs.
Qualifications include a graduate degree or current enrollment, experience interviewing in an intercultural setting and the ability to produce a 30-80 page document under tight deadlines.
Submit an application, reference sheet, personal essay, two recommendation letters, resume and two writing samples by June 15.
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