European Journalism Centre Supports Logan Nonfiction Program


The Carey Institute for Global Good is proud to announce the European Journalism Centre–an independent, international nonprofit dedicated to the highest standards in journalism–has increased its commitment to funding for the Logan Nonfiction Program. This year, funding from the Centre will support two outstanding fellows: Rose Lukalo-Owino, a documentary producer developing a film project on Kenyan health care; and Roger Montecinos Perez, a documentarian covering disability issues in Bolivia. 

The Logan Nonfiction Program supports professional writers, documentary film makers and digital media producers dedicated to catalyzing public discourse and positive change in the realms of social, political, economic and environmental justice. The program has provided a place of professional respite for nearly 70 award-winning journalists where they can work without interruption amidst a community of peers. We are grateful for the partnership and support of the European Journalism Centre.  

Rose Lukalo Owino

Roger Montecinos copy