Journalists based in China, Brazil, Nigeria, the Gulf States and Pakistan with at least five years of experience and fluency in English are invited to apply for this program.
The Thomson Reuters Foundation is organizing “Reporting illegal wildlife trading,” as part of a program that seeks to expose illegal internet trade in wildlife in 2018.
The selected journalists will receive mentoring from expert investigative journalists to complete investigations on the topic as well as a modest stipend to fund their research.
Applicants must propose one or more concrete story ideas.
The deadline is June 6.
For more information on how to apply, click here.