June 27, 2021
Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF) invites applications for the PPF Mentorship and Reporting Fellowship for Pakistani journalists on countering misinformation and disinformation.
The mentorship and reporting fellowships are part of Actions for Countering Disinformation and Information Value System Empowerment (ACDIVE) project, which aims to facilitate Pakistani journalists to produce investigative reports on misinformation and disinformation that meet the professional, ethical, and legal standards of journalism.
Selected fellows will be provided support to report on the impact of misinformation and disinformation on governance, transparency, human rights, and corruption.
The fellowships will include honorarium of up to Rs60,000, capacity building course and workshops and editorial and technical support. Selected participants will work under the supervision of a senior journalist who will act as the editor and mentor during the term of the mentorship.
Each fellow will be expected to successfully complete an online course on misinformation and disinformation and to produce up to six stories during this mentorship program.
Journalists with a minimum experience of three years in print, television, radio, and online media can apply for the mentorship and reporting fellowships.
The criteria for female journalists and journalists from Balochistan, FATA, Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir may be relaxed for otherwise qualified applicants.
The duration of the mentorship and reporting fellowships is four months.
The following documents, in either English or Urdu, must be received by Thursday, July 1, 2021, to be considered for the award of the mentorship and reporting fellowship.
Applications should be sent to email@example.com
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