Thomas Lovejoy Memorial Press Fellowship for Journalists, UN Foundation

Press Fellowship for Journalists from the UN Foundation's Thomas Lovejoy Memorial.

The Thomas Lovejoy Memorial Press Fellowship, which will send journalists into the heart of the Amazon to investigate issues of biodiversity, deforestation, and sustainable development, has been announced by the United Nations Foundation.

Thomas Lovejoy Memorial Press Fellowship for Journalists, UN Foundation

Journalists that are interested in writing about topics such as biodiversity, agriculture, nature-based climate solutions, land use, and climate change should apply for the press fellowship.

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Fellowship for Research Program Type

Brazilian program location

Program Length: Unspecified

Several slots are open.

Basic requirements: a first degree

Nationality: Every Nation

Criteria for the Thomas Lovejoy Memorial Fellowship

  • Interested candidates must fulfill the requirements listed below in order to be eligible for the UN Foundation Press Fellowship:
  • All journalists worldwide are welcome to apply.
  • Within six months of the fellowship's conclusion, participating journalists must be willing to write two to four stories on the subjects covered.
  • Journalists interested in environmental, biological, and sustainable development concerns are eligible for the fellowship.

Application Deadline

September 5, 2022

Application Process

Are you interested and qualified? Applications can be found at Nations Foundation

You can find more information on the UN website

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