Journalists in developing or transitioning countries can apply for a fellowship to travel to the 11th Global Investigative Journalism Conference (GIJC19) Sept. 26 to 29 in Hamburg, Germany.
The Global Investigative Journalism Network (GIJN) will offer more than 200 fellowships for established and young promising journalists with a demonstrated interest in investigative or data journalism.
The GIJC19 will feature over 150 panels, workshops and networking sessions with the world's leading investigative reporters, top data journalists and experts.
Grantees are expected to produce a story or give a presentation about the conference in their home countries to help spread investigative journalism worldwide.
Journalists from specific communities such as LGBTQ and indigenous peoples are encouraged to apply
The deadline is May 5.