Unique media fellowship opportunity for Odia, Malayalam and Tamil journalists to work on "Gendered Impacts of COVID-19". Apply soon.
MS Swaminathan Research Foundation is offering fellowship for Odia, Malayalam and Tamil journalists. The theme of the MSSRF fellowship is "Gendered Impacts of COVID-19" dealing with gender and health, focusing on post COVID-19 situation in rural India, on how coronavirus changed women's lives.
Entitled Mina Swaminathan Media Fellowship for Gender and Development, the fellowship offers a unique researcher-media partnership for journalisrs to focus on gender and development, particularly in rural India.
Job Code: MMSSFM27820
Mode of Application: Applications to be submitted with the following enclosures: Covering letter with statement of motivation on applying for the Fellowship, a profile / CV of not more than three pages, writing samples in the language for which the Fellowship is being applied for, samples should have been published over the previous one year, covering gender, development and / or COVID-19 (maximum five samples including original links), two letters of references from experts familiar with the work of the applicant. The decision of the Selection Committee will be final. MSSRF encourages all suitable applicants, especially women, writing in the three regional languages, to apply for the Fellowship. Application must clearly indicate “MMSSFM27820” with Job code.
Please send the applications by email before 10th September, 2020 to:
MS Swaminathan Research Foundation
Last Date of application: Thursday, September 10th, 2020, 5PM IST
1. Consistent writing on the subjects of gender, development, environment and rural concerns over the past six months
Under the fellowship, two well-researched articles in mainstream media, a policy brief and a seminar on the theme have to be delivered.
Duration: 3 months
Remuneration: Consolidated Fellowship, Award and Citation
For more information, please go to the URL: https://www.mssrf.org/content/mina-swaminathan-media-fellow-2020
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