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Warsaw, Poland

Dziennik Gazeta Prawna

Focus areas: Verification & Fact-checking, Multi media design, Interactives

Dziennik Gazeta Prawna is the leading Polish business and legal news daily. Along with,, and, DGP delivers quality, impartial reporting on domestic and international politics, economics, and law. Our formats include print, video, podcasts, and interactive graphics.

The fellow’s role in our print and digital newsroom would be shaped to fit their needs and expectations. This would include an insider’s view of our editorial and print operations. Just like every other media organisation on the planet, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna is going through a digital revolution; correspondingly, the fellow’s role would include cooperating in video and audio production.

As a journalist, the fellow will take part in fact-checking statements by political and business leaders. They would be tasked with working on various financial reports, published both by administrative and commercial organisations.

The successful fellow must be fluent in Polish and should be interested in economics or law.

When: Between July and October 2021

Dziennik Gazeta Prawna

Warsaw, Poland

Wysokie Obcasy Magazine (Gazeta Wyborcza)

Focus area: Audience Engagement

"Wysokie Obcasy" ("High Heels") weekly magazine and online service is the most popular opinion-forming feminist magazine in Poland and part of Gazeta Wyborcza – the largest quality daily newspaper. Since 2002, "Wysokie Obcasy” has been a pioneer in introducing the Polish mainstream to equality topics such as women’s rights, women’s psychology, feminism, minority rights of the LGBTQ community and disabled people. Together with Gazeta Wyborcza, Wysokie Obcasy are leaders in digital transformation of the press in Poland, with nearly 260 000 active paid subscriptions at the end of 2020.

The fellow would be involved in everyday work of the “WO” editorial team (25+journalists), including the weekly editorial meetings (held online during the pandemic), the editorial process of creating both a weekly magazine and an online service. S/he would write articles and conduct interviews, as assigned by the editors, to be published on or also in the paper edition of “Wysokie Obcasy” magazine. The candidate would also be exposed to the high paced process of digital media creation and promotion, including social media. The fellow is expected to be an active participant of the weekly meetings of the editorial team, which means that s/he should be contributing ideas for stories and articles and to be part of the discussion between editors and journalists about the content of the next week's issue.

The basic journalistic skills are required from the fellow. It is important that the fellow shows passion in and has basic knowledge of issues such as women’s and monitory rights and the social-political situation in Poland. S/he should be a self-starter and show initiative – for instance we would welcome her or his ideas on how to develop content that reaches younger audiences. The fellow should be very fluent in written Polish.

Optional: experience in running successful social media accounts and brand promotion on social media, including Instagram and tik-tok, as well as some skills operating basic graphic design programs, would be a great advantage.

When: Flexible

Wysokie Obcasy Magazine (Gazeta Wyborcza)

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