Media Fellowships

The Media Fellowships are designed to support young and mid-career journalists seeking to focus on in-depth stories. Media Fellows are required to publish a stipulated number of articles in established publications.

2008

K.K. Shahina (New Delhi, India)
Feminization of Communalism in Kerala in the Context of Communal Violence in Maradu

2007

Mr. Azim Ahmad Khan ( New Delhi, India)
Access to Justice and peacebuilding in Gujarat: The Way Forward

Mr. Luv Puri (Jammu, India)
Exploring the reality across the Line of Control

2006

Babita Basnet (Kathmandu, Nepal)
A Pilot Case Study on Women in Conflict Affected Areas in Nepal: Their Present and Future

2005

Vanita Sharma & Rinku Dutta (Delhi)
Women of Indian Origin Surviving and Thriving in Pakistan: An Unlikely Success Story?

Wasbir Hussain (Guwahati, Assam)
Homemakers without the Men: Women-Headed Households in Violence-wracked Assam

George Joseph (New Delhi)
Striving for Social Reconciliation in Kashmir: Does Ladakh Show the Way?

Raheel Dhattiwala (Ahmedabad, Gujarat)
Social Changes among the Muslims of Ahmedabad since 1990 (with a focus on the status post-Gujarat Riots, 2002)

2004

Aarti Tikkoo (Jammu, India)
Guns and Books at Odds in Jammu and Kashmir: Impact of Militancy on Education in Jammu and Kashmir

Seema Husain (Guwahati, India)
Multi-track Peace Initiatives in India’s Northeast

Kavita Suri (Jammu, India)
Impact of Violence on Women’s Education in Kashmir

Dilip D’Souza (Mumbai, India)
New Glory: Peace as Patriotism

2003

Jyoti Malhotra (New Delhi, India)
In Tibet Today: Towards Conflict Resolution

Ammara Durrani (Karachi, Pakistan)

2002

Shruba Mukherjee (New Delhi, India)
Women Cadres of PWG: Conflict Mongers or Managers

2001

Manimala (New Delhi, India)
Hinsapurna Vishwa mein Shanti ki Bhasha: Kashmir mein Sangharsh ke bad Jeevit Mahilaon ki Shakti

2000

Alladi Jayasri (Bangalore, India)
Empowerment of Women: Answers from Tibet

Amita Joshi (New Delhi, India)
Sangharsh Ki Bhasha aur Mahilaen (Sandarbh – Assam)

Sudha Ramachandran (Bangalore, India) and Sonia Jabbar (New Delhi, India)
The Shades of Violence: Women and Kashmir