Applications call for TRACE Investigative Reporting Fellowship 2020
TRACE and Alfred Friendly share the belief in the power of investigative journalism to hold the powerful accountable and strengthen democracies. TRACE sponsored its first Fellow in 2019, a reporter from Russia placed at The Wall Street Journal. In 2020, TRACE sponsored two fellowships for journalists dedicated to investigative reporting. TRACE, through its Foundation, supports projects that encourage greater commercial transparency. The TRACE Foundation was established to promote, support, and fund research, investigative journalism, publications, videos, and related projects that encourage greater commercial transparency and advance anti-bribery education.
TRACE International is a 501c(6) non-profit business association founded in 2001 to provide multinational companies and their commercial intermediaries with anti-bribery compliance support. TRACE is financed by its members and does not accept any government funding. It leverages a shared-cost model whereby membership dues are pooled to develop anti-bribery compliance tools, services, and resources.
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