Journalists who offer new perspectives on transatlantic policy debates and come from diverse communities are invited to apply.
The Transatlantic Media Fellowships, sponsored by the Heinrich Böll Foundation, 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 their democracies and the values of the transatlantic partnership.
Fellows must complete their trip by Oct 31, which may change due to COVID-19 developments. They must research stories relevant to the foundation’s work on climate and energy policy, democracy, foreign and security policy, and technology and digital policy.
The program will provide a US$3,500 honorarium to cover all costs related to the project, including travel and accommodation.
The deadline has been extended to May 18.