July 19, 2019
The Daniel Pearl Foundation partnered with Press Partners in 2003 to offer special fellowships to honor the life and work of journalist Daniel Pearl, The Wall Street Journal South Asia bureau chief who was kidnapped and murdered in Pakistan in 2002.
The fellowship program begins in March with a two-week orientation seminar in Washington, DC designed to prepare the fellows — both personally and professionally — for the challenges of living and working in the United States.
At the middle of the program, fellows and staff come together for a week to attend seminars focused on writing, editing, multimedia reporting and investigative reporting/Computer Assisted Reporting.
A final seminar in Washington reunites the fellows and allows them to compare and evaluate their experiences and discuss their impressions of the American media.
Fellows return to their home countries in late August.
Deadline: August 31, 2019
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