The Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF) has sought applications for the 7th batch of its ‘Investigative Reporting Fellowships’.
The fellowships, according to a statement posted by the foundation on its official page, facilitate Pakistani journalists to produce an investigative report that meet the professional, ethical and legal standards. PPF will provide support to journalists, to professionally investigate and report on issues relating to human rights, transparency, environment, inequity, governance, and corruption.
The fellowships will include capacity building workshops as well as editorial and technical support. Selected participants will work under the supervision of a senior journalist who will act as fellowship editor. Each fellow will be expected to produce up to six stories during this fellowship programme, the announcement says.
Journalists with a minimum experience of three years working for print, television, radio and online media can apply for the fellowships.
The criteria for journalists from Baluchistan, FATA, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Azad Kashmir may be relaxed for otherwise qualified applicants. Female journalists are encouraged to apply. For further details, click on the link below: