APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR 2019 BIRN INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM SUMMER SCHOOL
The BIRN Investigative Journalism Summer School will bring together a superb line-up of journalists and trainers. The lead trainer will be Blake Morrison, investigative projects editor at Reuters in New York and lecturer at Columbia University, New York.
Others trainers will include
- New York Times Senior Journalist, Christoph Koettl;
- Bellingcat and European Press Prize winner in 2017, Christiaan Triebert;
- Knight International Journalism Award winner and OCCRP editor Miranda Partucic;
- winner of Peabody and Emmy Awards and co-creator of podcast Reveal Susanne Reber.
The full agenda can be found here: http://birnsummerschool.org/2018-agenda/.
All participants will have the opportunity to research and develop their idea into a full story and win financial support from Investigative Fund during Summer School.
Scholarships for Balkan Journalists
Full scholarship for Balkan journalists: All Balkan journalists are eligible to apply for a scholarship that will cover accommodation, full board, participation fee and travel costs up to 100 euros.
Application for international journalists
The course fee of 750 euros is all-inclusive, covering tuition, room and all meals. The fee also includes BIRN’s textbook ‘Digging Deeper: A Guide for Investigative Journalists in the Balkans’.
Applications for scholarships must be received by July 15.
Standard applications (for non-scholarship applicants) must be received by August 1, 2019.