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CRY-Child Rights and You 632,
2nd floor, Lane No.3,
Westend Marg, Saiyad-ul-Ajaib
New Delhi, DL 110030
CRY will award the Media Fellowship to four journalists this year. The journalist would be required to research on a topic of his choice which must encapsulate an area of neglect or violation of the child right space. An interesting case study, new perspective and a breakthrough research idea makes for an ideal candidate for this fellowship. The area and topic of research will be the journalist’s prerogative. The media fellows would be mentored by senior national media persons and shall have the opportunity to showcase their fellowship outcomes in a national consultation in New Delhi.
Principles governing the fellowship:
It is expected that fellows ascribe to the CRY Values:
Duration: The duration of the fellowship will be 3 Months.
Applicants will be Indian journalists, residing in India. Journalist should be associated with a media house and contributing to print or online medium.
Applications should be submitted in preferably English or Hindi and must include the following:
Mail the applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
In absence of internet access, you may send your applications by post to: CRY-Child Rights and You 632, 2nd floor, Lane No.3, Westend Marg, Saiyad-ul-Ajaib
New Delhi, DL 110030
Please mention ‘Application for Media Fellowship’ on top of the envelope
At the completion of the fellowship, the journalist is expected to present the following:
The grant of the fellowship would be Rs. 1 lakh, this would be inclusive of all expenses the fellow makes in course of the pursuing the fellowship outcomes.Fellows are free to continue their primary occupation. Fellowship grant will be released against specific deliverables.
Ownership: While fellows will retain authorship of the final write-up of the issue researched, it will be made available to all stakeholders (government, public, civil society) for advocacy. CRY will give due credit to the fellow when disseminating the write-up via any channel. Similarly, the fellow must inform CRY before using the write-up for being published or shared anywhere, giving due credit to CRY.
Process of Selection: Shortlisted Fellows will be interviewed by an expert panel. Four fellows will be selected for the final fellowship grant and shall be mentored through the duration of the fellowship. The fellows will be invited for a National consultation in New Delhi post the completion of the fellowship. The final names be announced on www.cry.org in June 2015
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