Freelance Journalist at Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism in UK 2020

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the Department of Politics and International Relations in University of Oxford invites applications for a Freelance Journalist in 2020.

As a member of staff at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism you will be part of an internationally-renowned institute exploring the future of journalism worldwide through debate, engagement, and research.

This is an exceptional opportunity for a dynamic, creative and rigorous reporter to contribute to the Institute’s mission to explore the future of journalism worldwide by writing, producing and disseminating a variety of content across a range of distribution channels.

Worth of Award

  • They are seeking freelancers. Articles and stories will be pitched, commissioned and paid on delivery, for fees agreed in advance.
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Eligibility

  • The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ) is aiming to contract a freelance journalist to research and write engaging news stories on a regular basis.
  • These should cover key trends, projects, and developments in journalism worldwide, with a special focus on Africa, Asia and other regions of the Global South.

How to Apply

Journalists are asked to submit:

  • A CV including links to some examples of their work
  • A proposal including a short personal statement, and pitches for 2 stories they would like to write about journalism in the Global South
  • Contact details of two referees

Deadline: Details should be sent before Monday, October 11, at noon, UK time.

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