I never thought I would actually be standing here today, wearing a yellow badge around my neck with the inscription ‘press’ written on it, walking in the corridors of the European Parliament or attending the midday press briefing at the European Commission. But here I am, in the heart of the European institutions reporting on…
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We now accept applications for the sixth Lénaïc Fund for Quality Journalism fellowship.
My time as fourth Lénaïc Fund fellow has come to an end, but I won’t be leaving.
It has now been two years since we launched the Lénaïc Fund for Quality Journalism to help young EU female graduates to kick-start their career in Brussels.
My thoughts often go back to the cold Polish winter when I made the decision that led me to enjoy the summer in Brussels: The decision to apply for the Lénaïc Fund for Quality Journalism fellowship.
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My last month on the fellowship has already begun and this precious time is about to come to an end.
My experience as the first recipient of the Lénaïc Fund for Journalism has come to an end and I have only positive things to say about these months.
In these days of instability in the world, it is more than ever essential for young journalists to understand the importance of quality journalism by fighting fake news and respecting the ethics of the profession.
The Lénaïc Fund for Quality Journalism provides a fellowship to up to two recently graduated young female students from an EU country interested in kick-starting their career in the important profession of EU journalism.