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Sir Harry Evans Investigative Journalism Opportunity

The Sir Harry Evans Global Fellowship provides an unrivalled opportunity for an exceptional early career journalist(durham univversity)
The Sir Harry Evans Global Fellowship provides an unrivalled opportunity for an exceptional early career journalist (durham univversity)

Reuters and Durham University are accepting applications for the Sir Harry Evans Global Fellowship in Investigative Journalism, for early-career journalists from around the world.

The Fellow will pursue the project from inside a Reuters newsroom  in London, New York, or Toronto with the additional support of colleagues in Durham’s Institute of Advanced Studies. The Fellow will deliver a public seminar at the IAS, sharing their learnings from the Fellowship and supporting the understanding of journalism at the University. The inaugural Sir Harry Evans Fellow, Waylon Cunningham, was part of a Reuters investigative team which won a 2024 Pulitzer Prize in national reporting.

The Fellowship has a monthly salary of c.£4,444 per month (equivalent to a pro-rata salary of c.£53,333 per year). In addition, there is a £1,250 per month living stipend and a one-off payment of £1,800 for travel and related expenses.

criteria

  • Professional experience between two and five years.
  • Where a prospective applicant is not currently a journalist but has worked in an investigative reporting capacity in a related professional field (for example: leading human rights or other socio-political publications and campaigns; working as an author or researcher on authoritative investigative work; or developing in-field photo-or video-research projects, documentaries, or exhibitions) applications may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Applications for the 2025 Fellowship open at 9am (BST) on 15 May, please submit your application here. 

 

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