Elizabeth-O’Neill-Journalism-Award-2019

The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Australia-Indonesia Institute invite applications for the Elizabeth O’Neill Journalism Award.

The Elizabeth O’Neill Journalism Award commemorates the distinguished career of Elizabeth O’Neill OAM who died in service of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Indonesia on 7 March 2007. The Award builds on her tireless work to foster mutual understanding of Australia and Indonesia through accurate and informed media coverage.

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The Elizabeth O’Neill Journalism Award is awarded to one journalist from Indonesia and one journalist from Australia each year. The Award is open to high-achieving journalists from print, radio, television and online media organisations at any stage of their career.

Award recipients spend up to two weeks in Indonesia/Australia on a fully funded program coordinated by the Australia-Indonesia Institute and the Public Diplomacy Branch of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and supported by the Australian Embassy in Jakarta. Programs for successful candidates are developed to build a stronger understanding and appreciation of the broad range of issues facing contemporary Indonesia and Australia.

Programs are tailored to the journalist’s area of expertise and reporting responsibilities in such areas as foreign and trade policy, development assistance, people-to-people links and education and include a stay in the country’s capital city (Jakarta/Canberra) with visits to at least one other province/state/territory of the country visited.

During a typical program, meetings may include:

  • local media organisations, both commercial and government-owned
  • a reciprocal visit to the employer of the host country participant
  • academic institutions, including those with specialist journalism and communications courses
  • media industry regulators and umbrella organisations
  • government and parliamentary officials and access to ministers (where possible), and
  • leading civil society and NGO figures.

Location:

Australia, Indonesia

Benefits

The Award covers:

  • business class international airfares and domestic transfers from the participant’s home city;
  • accommodation, internal transport, vaccinations, visas, travel insurance and meal allowances.

Eligibilities

  • Journalist from Indonesia and Australia
  • Must be Australian citizens resident in Australia or Indonesian citizens resident in Indonesia.
Eligible Regions: Indonesia and Australia

Application Process

  • Two Awards are made: one to an Indonesia journalist and one to an Australian journalist.
  • To apply, visit the given link.

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Application Deadline: February 8, 2019

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