International Reporting Project Set To Close

After 20 years of supporting journalists to report in more than 115 countries, the International Reporting Project (IRP) is shutting down this month. The pioneering Washington, D.C.-based program used foundation support to send 651 journalists to the far corners of the world to do in-depth stories. A long-time member of GIJN, the IRP will be missed and leaves a major hole in support to journalists trying to do international reporting.

Source: IRP

Posted on: February 3, 2018

Int’l Reporting Fellowships on Health, Religion

The International Reporting Project offers overseas reporting fellowships on health/development and religion. Applications accepted on a rolling basis and are limited to 23 countries, including Australia, Brazil, China, Egypt, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Nigeria, South Africa, the UK, and US.

Source: International Reporting Project

Posted on: January 31, 2015