Journalists interested in ethics can apply for a fellowship.
The Center for International Media Ethics (CIME) seeks media professionals interested in the ethical aspects of journalism and eager to deepen their knowledge about media ethics with a yearlong fellowship.
Applicants should have a minimum 3 years of professional experience related to journalism/media, a strong interest in media ethics and a proven track record of commitment to ethical issues in journalism.
Fellows will conduct in-depth research activities about media ethics in their chosen region (preferably in their country of residence) coordinated by a mentor from CIME. They will also participate in J-Ethinomics online media ethics training and represent CIME at events, workshops, conferences.
The fellowship lasts 1 year, starting January 2012. It is flexible, part-time and is a home-based position with internet-based communication. The fellowship does not include financial benefits or support from CIME and does not require any fees from participants of the program. Applicants can be based anywhere in the world but must have a good command of English.
For more information, click here.