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Deadline: June 6, 2024 23:59 GMT-1100 | Apply here
Eligibility: journalists reporting from low- and middle-income countries as defined by the World Bank
Dates: November 9-24, 2024
Price: Fully funded

The Climate Change Media Partnership (CCMP) Reporting Fellowship Program is inviting you to join and report on the annual UN climate talks.

If you are interested in covering the 29th United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP29), then this is the opportunity for you.

The Climate Change Media Partnership Reporting Fellowship Program

This Fellowship is a great way to cover the climate negotiations and gain an understanding of the actions countries are taking to address climate change’s global impact. Moreover, you will have a chance to benefit from working alongside knowledgeable media trainers, and senior journalists with experience covering UN climate summits.

As a CCMP Fellow, you will receive all the necessary resources and technical support to be best prepared for reporting at the conference. This will include a pre-COP virtual workshop to meet the team, discuss reporting opportunities, and ask any questions you might have.

You will then travel to Baku to attend the entire duration of the UN climate negotiations. Moreover, you will participate in daily briefings, networking events, and interviews with high-level officials.

Being a CCMP Fellow also means you can enjoy the following:

  • non-refundable economy-class airfare
  • covered accommodation and meals
  • travel medical insurance
  • reimbursements of visa costs

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Eligibility for the Reporting Fellowship Program

The Fellowship is open to journalists working in any medium (online, television, print, radio). Whether freelance or professional, media organizations can be international, national, or local. 

Applications must be submitted in English, and applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • be a journalist reporting from low- and middle-income countries as defined by the World Bank, list available here
  • be willing to travel to Baku to attend COP29 in person (November 9 to 24, 2024)
  • have proficiency in the English language
  • have experience in reporting climate change issues, and an idea of what topics to pursue during the conference
  • be able to commit to all Fellowship activities fully
  • include an up-to-date resume/CV 
  • provide a support letter that will confirm your news reports will be published or broadcast in an established media outlet
  • provide work samples on climate change topics

Interested in applying for the Climate Change Media Partnership COP29 Reporting Fellowship Program? Register your participation by following the registration link and taking the suggested steps.


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