Current Fellowships 2016/2017

The scholarship holders of the 18th year of the European Journalism-Fellowships with their research projects and foundations.

Mohammed Abugeth (Palestine)

Mohammed Abugeth (Palestine)

"Humour on the run: Meaning and Change of Satire for Arab Intellectuals in Exilel”

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Image Credit: Arne Sattler

Marina Latysheva (Russia)

Marina Latysheva (Russia)

“Cinema as a way of integration for refugees in Germany and for Russian-German relationships”

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Image Credit: Arne Sattler

Katja Artsiomenka (Belarus/Germany)

Katja Artsiomenka (Belarus/Germany)

“Caution Safety

Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung

Image Credit: Arne Sattler

Jukka Huusko (Finland)

Jukka Huusko (Finland)

"Jihad and Journalism- Challenges of reporting on extreme networks in Europe"

Helsingin Sanomat-Stiftung

Image Credit: Arne Sattler

Edita Badasyan (Georgia)

Edita Badasyan (Georgia)

“EJO-Fellow”

Stiftung Presse-Haus NRZ

Image Credit: Arne Sattler

Dor Glück (Israel)

Dor Glück (Israel)

"Berlin- Litzmannstadt- Kibbuz“ 

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Image Credit: Arne Sattler

Holly Young (UK)

Holly Young (UK)

 "The individual stories at the heart of a European Crises: Mapping the everyday experiences of refugees in Berlin“

Stiftung Presse-Haus NRZ

Image Credit: Arne Sattler

Joost Wilgenhof (Netherlands)

Joost Wilgenhof (Netherlands)

"We are the people: the story of a slogan“

Stiftung Presse-Haus NRZ

Image Credit: Arne Sattler

Elena Barysheva (Russia)

Elena Barysheva (Russia)

"Wladislav Starewitsch in Berlin: The unexplored German creative period of the film-art pioneer"

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung

Image Credit: Arne Sattler

Alexa Vachon (USA/Canada)

Alexa Vachon (USA/Canada)

"Kicking Inequality- Photographing Women, Social Change and Equality through Football”

Stiftung Presse-Haus NRZ

Image Credit: Arne Sattler

Oliver Bilger (Germany)

Oliver Bilger (Germany)

"Escape from Putin- Russia's new emigrants"

FAZIT-Stiftung

Image Credit: Arne Sattler

Maksym Melnyk (Ukraine)

Maksym Melnyk (Ukraine)

"Schönborn twice:Rural areas and migration in Germany and Ukraine " 

Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung

Image Credit: Arne Sattler