Crisis-reporting Grant: The Persephone Miel Fellowship for Crisis Reporting is intended to give non-native English speaking media professionals the opportunity to reach audiences beyond their home countries on critical under-reported issues.
The fellowship, overseen by the Pulitzer Center in collaboration with Internews, is designed to help media professionals outside of the United States do the kind of reporting they’ve always wanted to do, and enable them to bring their work to a broader international audience.
The fellowship will benefit those with limited access to other fellowships or international distribution of their work.
Terms of Travel Grant
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting will provide a travel grant of $7500 for a reporting project on topics and regions of global importance, with an emphasis on issues that have gone unreported or under-reported in the mainstream American media.
Travel Grant Application & Eligibility Criteria
The travel grants are open to all journalists, writers, photographers, radio producers or filmmakers; staff journalists as well as free-lancers of any nationality are eligible to apply.
How to Apply for the Travel Grant
- Applications must be received in English.
- Applications should include the following in the body of the e-mail: – A description of the proposed project in 250 words or less
– A preliminary budget estimate, including a basic breakdown of costs. Travel grants cover hard costs associated with the reporting, please do not include stipends for the applicants. Fixer/translator/driver fees are acceptable
– Three links to samples of work in English if availableonline (if not available, please attach to the e-mail; video samples can be sent by mail to below address in DVD format)
– Three professional references. These can be either contact information, or letters of recommendation (can be attached or sent separately).
- As attachment: Curriculum vitae
- Applications may also include a more detailed description of project but this will be considered as optional supplement only.The most important part of the submission is the 250-word summary.
For more information and grant applications, see: Crisis-reporting Grant