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Milena Jesenská Fellowships pro novináře

Vídeň, Rakousko

Pobytové tříměsíční stipendium ve Vídni je určeno pro "kulturní" novináře na zpracování projektů evropského, nikoli lokálního významu. Kulturním novinářem se rozumí širší oblast všech druhů uměleckých a intelektuálních disciplin. Termín k podání projektů je 2. dubna 2004.

The Milena Jesenská Fellowships are awarded to enable journalists from Europe to work in Vienna for three months on projects of their own choice, free of daily duties and obligations. Projects typically have European, not only local relevance. The call for applications 2004/05 is directed towards cultural journalists, with the term 'cultural' interpreted in a broad sense to encompass all kinds of artistic and intellectual disciplines. The program has been established in cooperation with the European Cultural Foundation (Amsterdam) and is supported by Project Syndicate. In 2003, the program found additional funding from the Association of Austrian Newspapers (VÖZ).

I. Objective

The program offers European journalists working in print, broadcast and electronic journalism time off from their professional duties in order to pursue in-depth research on a European topic of their choice. The call for applications 2004/05 is directed towards cultural journalists, with the term 'cultural' interpreted in a broad sense to encompass all kinds of artistic and intellectual disciplines.

II. Conditions

Milena Jesenská Fellows are invited to spend three months at the IWM in Vienna, Austria. Recipients of the fellowships are given a stipend of 7.630 and provided with office space, a PC with broadband Internet access, and access to IWM's in-house research facilities as well as other relevant sources in Vienna. Travel grants of up to 1.820 will be available for research visits to neighbouring countries.

Candidates for the Milena Jesenská fellowships must have several years experience in professional journalism. Their work may deal with any topic related with cultural issues of a European relevance, especially against the backdrop of enlargement. Fellowships are not intended for entry-level journalists or students.

Více dalších informací: http://www.iwm.at/f-milena.htm

(11.03.2004)
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