IIED and partners announce climate-change media fellowships for COP16 in Cancun
The Climate Change Media Partnership is pleased to announce its fourth annual fellowship programme.
We invite all journalists from the global South with an interest in climate change to apply for a 2010-11 fellowship, which will include two weeks of reporting on the UN negotiations at the COP16 meeting in Cancun, Mexico.
For details about the fellowship, requirements for applying and to begin your online application go to www.ccmpapplication.com
The deadline for applications is 23.59 British Summer Time on Sunday 11 July.
An international panel will then select the fellows and successful applicants will be notified by Monday 28 July.
Please ensure you read through the directions carefully. If you run into any difficulties please contact us at the details below:
T: +44 20 7278 1111
We look forward to receiving your application and good luck!
(for more information about the programme check out this article)
The Climate Change Media Partnership (a project of IIED, Internews and Panos)
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