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.
- 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.