The MPIL Journalist in Residence Fellowship enables journalists with several years of experience to spend three months at the Institute.
The time and duration of the stay (between March and November 2024) are agreed individually. MPIL Journalists in Residence are free to pursue their own research.
They are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to exchange ideas with researchers at the institute and to participate in our various work and discussion formats.
About Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law
The Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law is a leading institution in the fields of international law, comparative public law, and European law and represents one of the most vibrant intellectual communities on the European and global scene.
Its directors as well as doctoral and postdoctoral researchers carry out top-notch research in all areas of public law, ranging from the use of force to global constitutionalism, from international human rights law to European constitutional law.
Benefits of MPIL Journalist in Residence Fellowship
A monthly research grant is offered for the duration of the stay.
The Institute provides desk space and access to all research resources of the Institute’s library.
Requirements for MPIL Journalist in Residence Fellowship
How to Apply
Application Deadline For MPIL Journalist in Residence Fellowship 2024
October 6, 2023.
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