freelance journalist | religion media centre

The Aziz Foundation is partnering with the Religion and Media Centre to offer a one year freelance journalist role. 

The Centre is looking to bolster its news coverage by employing an experienced freelance journalist for one year, The postholder will be Muslim and have an excellent understanding of British Muslim communities. They will contribute to the Centre's output across the board, providing a weekly bulletin of Muslim news, including stories about British Islam and wider global stories of interest to a British audience. They will be part of an experienced team of reporters, attend weekly editoral meetings and contribute ideas.

The Religion Media Centre is an independent organisation, unaffiliated to any faith group, which seeks to help the media report religion.

It produces daily bulletins of religious news, a weekly summary, weekly zoom briefings where a panel discusses a story in the headlines and factsheets or explainers on the background to news stories about religion.

To apply

Please supply a CV, and samples of published writings.

  1. Create an account at
  2. Click on 'Start Application'
  3. Choose ‘Internships and Fellowships’ from the Category drop down menu.
  4. Choose ‘Religion Media Centre’ from the Category dropdown menu. Complete all sections.
  5. In the ‘personal statement’ section you should write your cover letter.

Application deadline: Wednesday 17th June at 12 noon

Freelance Journalist, Religion and Media Centre, Job Description

Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed.

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