CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR FALL
2016 SAJA REPORTING FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENTS!
1) Inside Hindu Nationalism in the US: As the U.S. heads into the final phase of a historic election, Sonia Paul and Mansi Choksi will draw parallels between the world’s largest and oldest democracies.
2) The Cost of War: Women's Health and Reproductive Rights in Post-War Afghanistan: While abortion is illegal in Afghanistan, three years ago, post-abortion care was legalized to enable women who've had incomplete or unsafe abortions to accessing lifesaving care. Sophie Cousins will investigate the impact this has had on women.
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR
SAJA'S 2016 REPORTING FELLOWSHIPS!
This program is aimed at promoting a rare element in 24/7-news-cycle journalism - in-depth and follow-up reporting on major events relating to South Asia or South Asians, long after the breaking-news crews have moved on.
To apply for our December 15th deadline, fill out this online form.
Thank you to everyone who made the 2016 South Asian Journalists Association's Awards Dinner a huge success!
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