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MPIL Journalist in Residence

 

The MPIL Journalist in Residence Fellowship enables journalists with several years of experience to spend between six weeks and six months at the Institute. The time and duration of the stay are agreed individually. MPIL Journalists in Residence are free to pursue their own research. They are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to exchange ideas with researchers at the institute and to participate in our various work and discussion formats.

The MPIL Journalist in Residence Fellowship is geared towards freelance and staff journalists from all media (print, online, radio, television) who report and write regularly on legal and constitutional topics, or topics from politics, the economy and research-related topics.

A research grant is offered for the duration of the stay. The Institute provides desk space and access to all research resources of the Institute's library.

Questions on the programme may be directed by e-mail to the Academic Coordinator, Alexandra Kemmerer (); questions regarding the application procedure should be directed to the Human Resources Department ().

 

MPIL Journalist in Residence Fellowship 2022

The deadline for applications for our MPIL Journalist in Residence Fellowship 2022 has ended on 1 August 2021. Late submissions can not be considered. Successful candidates will be notified by early October 2021.
 
Our next call is planned for mid-2022 (for candidates intending to take residence at the Institute in 2023).

MPIL Journalist in Residence 2020

Christian Jakob, staff writer & contributing editor, tageszeitung (taz), Berlin