Author Archives: Press Partners

30 Nov
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Macedonia Media Fellowship Application 2018

Macedonia Media Fellowship Application 2018

21 Nov
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New grads make immediate impact in home newsrooms

Back now in southern Pakistan, Veengas Yasmeen has launched a website that she built during her fellowship, which gives a voice to the voiceless by covering issues such as equal rights for women and religious minorities. Meanwhile, the other Class ...

21 Nov
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Mentor reunites with alumni in South America

By Jackie Combs- Nelson The South American leg of my “Alfred Friendly Press Partners World Tour” began in mid-September — a reunion in Chile with investigative reporter Alejandra Matus, a Fellow from the Class of 1997 and now one the ...

15 Nov
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Fellowships draw applicants from wide array of countries

Nearly 60 applicants from 30 countries applied for 2018 fellowships administered by Alfred Friendly Press Partners, including many facing severe media restrictions from increasingly authoritarian governments and several forced to work in exile. The applicants come from the Americas, Europe, ...

American University panel
07 Nov
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Fellows reflect on experiences during American University panel

  Seven Alfred Friendly and Daniel Pearl Fellows spoke with students at American University in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 7 about how they handled six months of living in the U.S., working in major newsrooms, and learning investigative journalism skills ...

03 Nov
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Seven Macedonia journalists to join fellowship program

Alfred Friendly Press Partners will select seven Macedonian journalists to train for three weeks at the Missouri School of Journalism and work for six weeks in U.S. newsrooms in spring 2018. The deadline for applications is Dec. 15, 2017. Applicants ...

24 Oct
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Fellows honored in graduation ceremony

The eight journalists in the fellowship Class of 2017 were honored during a graduation ceremony on Sept. 8 at the National Press Club. More than 120 people, including journalists, politicians, diplomats and  philanthropists, came together for the event in Washington, D.C. ...

22 Sep
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Washington Post correspondent shares foreign policy insights

Karen DeYoung, associate editor and senior national security correspondent for The Washington Post, says the verbal threats being made by President Donald Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong-un, along with their lack of experience and freewheeling personalities, have “heightened ...

15 Sep
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Russian watchdog journalist wins outstanding fellow award

Yevgenia Albats, the editor of one of the few remaining independent news outlets in Moscow, said the Alfred Friendly fellowship in 1990 gave her an appreciation of journalism ethics that guide her to this day. Albats spoke during the Class ...

12 Sep
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Class of 2017: The fellowship experience

Reporters and editors from seven countries converged at a college campus and bonded over a passion for journalism. They shared their meals, their culture, their dreams. They learned from one another and became close friends.