Early-career journalists around the world are eligible for an investigative journalism fellowship.
Reuters and Durham University are accepting applications for the Sir Harry Evans Global Fellowship in Investigative Journalism. The fellowship honors celebrated British-born journalist, editor and author Sir Harry Evans, one of the pioneers of modern investigative journalism.
The annual fellowship will provide the opportunity for an exceptional early-career journalist to receive a nine-month fellowship at Durham University.
During the fellowship, the journalist will undertake an investigative project from inside a Reuters newsroom in London, New York or Toronto.
The fellow will also be mentored by top Reuters editors in the field, while being overseen by Durham University and have access to university academics and research resources.
The application deadline is July 10.