ABOUTThe NABJ Global Journalism Task Force exists to increase and improve black journalists’ coverage of other countries as well as the African Diaspora by strengthening resources, maintaining an international sourcebook and fostering the idea that reporters need not be foreign correspondents to cover news in the world’s 195 countries. The task force recognizes groundbreaking work by African journalists with the annual Percy Qoboza Award and provides opportunities for foreign coverage through the Ethel Payne Fellowship.
Monthly Archives: April 2021
The USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2021 National Fellowship will offer training, reporting grants of $2,000-$10,000 and six months of mentoring by veteran journalists to help journalists and their newsrooms report deeply and authoritatively on the health, welfare and well-being of … Continue reading
Wallace House is once again turning our Fellowship model outward with the Knight-Wallace Reporting Fellowships, a remote-format, working fellowship program for the 2021-22 academic year that will fund ambitious reporting projects focused on the major challenges of our time and responses … Continue reading
The John B. Oakes Award and its $5,000 prize is given for outstanding environmental reporting across platforms. Print, radio, broadcast and digital reporting are eligible for the award. All entries must have appeared in the U.S. during 2020. The entry … Continue reading
The Grist Fellowship Program is a paid opportunity to hone your skills at a national news outlet and deepen your understanding of environmental issues. The experience is designed to give early-career journalists with a demonstrated interest in environmental issues the … Continue reading