Journalists and others from countries affected by organized crime can apply for this yearlong fellowship.
The Resilience Fund, established by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, is accepting candidates for a new fellowship.
The Resilience Fellowship aims to build a platform for collaboration between civil society actors, human-rights activists, journalists and others working to counter the effects of organized crime.
Fellows will receive US$15,000, mentoring and networking opportunities.
Applicants must submit a proposal covering this year's theme, “Disappearances related to organized crime.” They must be fluent in English, French or Spanish.
The deadline is Nov. 15.