The International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) at Poynter is accepting applications for its annual fellowship program.
The two fellowships, worth $2,500 each, are aimed at fact-checkers seeking to spend time embedded at a fact-checking organization in another country to be exposed to best practices they wish to adopt.
In order to qualify, applicants must hail from a fact-checking organization with a public working method, transparent funding sources and a commitment to nonpartisanship.
Being a verified signatory of the IFCN code of principles is a plus.
Freelancers with significant experience in fact-checking (evidence of published work will be required) can also apply.
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