This documentary photo essay looks at the Pan-European Corridor X (10).
“Identity: The Search for Belonging in a Changing Europe”, a book composed of the 10 articles by this year's Fellows, will be launched in Berlin on November 27th, at the closing ceremony of the 2009 Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence programme.
As of October 29 you will be able to read all the fellows’ reports (link), while the fellowship annual book, containing those articles, will be launched in November in Berlin at the closing ceremony of the 2009 Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence programme.
With final proofing and preparation for publication in progress, some of the editorial team met last week to discuss this year's achievements and to look at the editorial process and importantly to ensure that the articles from this year receive the widest possible republication and syndication ahead of the book launches planned for December.
Over the next two weeks we will be publishing the finished articles produced by this year’s fellows.
This year’s fellows seem to have selected some burning issues; the newswires have been buzzing with stories that cover the same subjects that our busy writers have been investigating:
The Ten fellows taking part in the 2009 Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence programme, submitted their in-depth reports on August 31.
Following an initial seminar in Vienna, the ten journalists taking part in the 2009 programme of the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence have started their research.
The first seminar for the ten journalists selected to participate in 2009 Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence ended on April 28th, and will be followed by four months of the fellows international research.
This year’s Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence officially started on Friday April 24th, in Vienna.
In 2007, the Robert Bosch Stiftung and ERSTE Foundation initiated the fellowship programme, in cooperation with the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, to foster quality reporting, initiate regional networking among journalists and advance balanced coverage on topics that are central to the region as well as to the EU
Journalists in the Balkans must now report on complex reform issues with regional and European dimensions. The fellowship provides editorial guidance, training and adequate funding to do so.
Prominent German and Austrian newspapers, Die Süddeutsche Zeitung and Der Standard, are media partners of the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence programme
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The Selection Committee is comprised of seven prominent media figures from the Balkans and Europe. Each year, committee members read, evaluate and select story proposals for the fellowship.
Editors and journalists from across the region and beyond all work together to make the Balkan fellowship a truly international experience. Scroll down this page for more information on our editorial team.