UN Foundation’s Press Fellowship to Women Deliver – Copenhagen, Denmark
Deadline: April 15, 2016
The United Nations Foundation has announced an exclusive media training for a select group of U.S.-based journalists from May 14 – 19, 2016. Journalists will attend the Women Deliver conference in Copenhagen. Additionally, journalists will take part in comprehensive media trainings on the Sustainable Development Goals, and will dive deeper into issues facing girls and women around the world, specifically sexual and reproductive health and rights, the unique needs of adolescent girls, and importance of gender data.
These media training will offer unparalleled, direct access to development practitioners, young leaders, experts, and advocates in attendance at Women Deliver, the largest gathering on the well-being of girls and women in more than a decade. In partnership with Women Deliver, the Thomson Reuters Foundation, and Global Health strategies, the UN Foundation will help to conduct trainings for the selected U.S.-based journalists in addition to journalists from around the world, and local media from Denmark.
- This fellowship is intended for U.S.-based journalists who have reported on women’s rights issues, specifically sexual and reproductive health and rights, the unique needs of adolescent girls, and gender data, and are interested in the work of the United Nations. Special consideration will be given to journalists whose portfolios include global health or foreign affairs.
- To apply, complete the Online Form.
- In addition, please email electronic versions of the following to [email protected]
- Cover letter;
- Related writing samples.
For more information, visit UN Foundation Press Fellowship.