The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) is pleased to announce a new fellowship fund to support Ukrainian journalists and researchers. The Democracy Fellowship provides a critical lifeline for Ukraine’s civil society with year-long fellowships for highly qualified independent journalists and researchers who are no longer able to continue their work due to Putin’s brutal war.
About the Democracy Fellowship
The Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) has completed its initial round of applications for the Democracy Fellowship. Although the application is currently closed, CEPA welcomes expressions of interest for potential future rounds of the fellowship. Please complete this interest form and we will notify you when applications reopen.
The Democracy Fellowship is a year-long in-residence fellowship program for highly qualified Ukrainian analysts, academics, activists and journalists who are unable to continue engaging in their profession due to Putin’s war. The fellowship will provide a vital lifeline to support Ukrainians who are no longer able to pursue their critical work in their own country, whether providing truthful information to counter disinformation, engaging in public debates, and contributing to a greater understanding of the war, or countering the authoritarian threat posed by Putin’s Russia.
CEPA’s mission is to ensure a strong and enduring transatlantic alliance rooted in democratic values and principles. The organization has a long track record of recruiting and hosting fellows from the region with an alumni cohort of over 60 over the course of 17 years.
For more information on the fellowship fund and how to support, please contact email@example.com.