Stephanie Nolen, award-winning journalist, was the recipient of the 2020 Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy. She will explore the impact of COVID-19 on individuals, as well as the long-term impact on public health and the economy.
2020-2021 Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy
The Canadian news media industry is changing, so “The Atkinson” must change too. After more than thirty years, this one-year fellowship program has come to an end. The foundation is taking some time to consider how best to continue investing in journalists who — in the Atkinson tradition — can have a significant positive impact on Canada’s public policy discourse.
This year, the focus is on 2020 – 2021 Atkinson Fellow in Public Policy Stephanie Nolen’s timely series on COVID-19, and bringing it into the public policy arena as quickly as possible.New opportunities when developed will be posted at https://theatkinson.ca/#apply.
2020 Stephanie Nolen
Exploring the impact of COVID-19 on individuals, as well as the long-term impact on public health and the economy
Exploring the impact of smart cities technology and data governance on citizen and their governments.
Education without Oppression
All Our Relations: Finding the Path Forward
Feeding and Funding the News: Brave New ModelsThe Missing Ink
Dawn of a new hope for journalism
Building bridges across the editorial divide
A day in the life of the Winnipeg Free Press
How can we end terrorism without feeding it?
Shifting Sands: Canada’s Oilsands Bargain
Canadian Refugee Policy in a Divided World
How Do We Live Together: Diversity, Belonging and Citizenship
Good Work Hunting: In Search of Answers for the Young and Jobless
Women and Alcohol