Calls for papers & submissions
Opportunities for research collaboration and/or calls for papers & submissions related to media development, support to journalism & free expression. Most imminent deadlines featured first!
"The JiR Kosovo Programme is financed by the Government of Republic of Kosovo and enables 20 individual Ukrainian journalists and media workers to relocate to Kosovo for a period of up to six months with the possibility of extension depending on the developments in Ukraine. Journalists arriving in Kosovo will have the status of internationally protected individuals.
To be eligible, journalists and media workers must have lived in Ukraine in 2022, hold a valid Ukrainian passport, have been working as professional journalists for at least three years, and speak at least basic English."
- 3.Copy of passport
- 4.Reference letter from the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine or the Independent Media Trade Union of Ukraine.
CIMA is calling for any research or report ideas of interest to the broader media development community to be submitted by filling out the attached document to CIMA Associate Editor Malak Monir through the following email: [email protected]
CIMA Report Pitch Template.docx
The Yale Information Society Project is accepting applications for a fellowship position with the Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic (MFIA), starting in July 2022. MFIA is a law student clinic that supports robust investigative journalism, promotes the public’s right of access to information, and protects freedom of expression.
To celebrate World Press Freedom Day, the seventh edition of the Academic Conference on the Safety of Journalists will be convened from May 2-4 in Punta del Este, Uruguay. In order to bridge the gap between the academic research field, journalists' experience, and policymakers under the theme "Journalism under surveillance." The conference welcomes submissions of papers and research on all aspects of journalists' safety and impunity for crimes against journalists. The themes of the submissions include, but are not limited to, the themes of UNESCO's Research Agenda on Journalists' Safety. Submissions should be sent to [email protected] Abstracts of no more than 300 words should be submitted before February 15, 2022, and the full papers should be submitted by April 18, 2022.
The Global Conference for the celebration of World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) will be hosted by UNESCO and the Government of Uruguay from May 2-5 in Punta del Este, Uruguay. The theme of the conference will be Journalism Under Surveillance, which will focus on how recent developments in technological means of monitoring and surveillance impact freedom of expression, the safety of journalists, access to information, and privacy. The Conference will be attended by policymakers, journalists, media representatives, specialised NGOs, activists, stakeholders in the field of AI and ICTs, and legal experts.