UNESCO: CONDUCTING CAPACITY BUILDING OF MEDIA PROFESSIONALS IN GAMBIA

Deadline: 16/06/2021
Grant Under the component of the Peace Building Fund project entitled “Young Women and Men as Stakeholders in Ensuring Peaceful Democratic Processes and Advocates for the Prevention of Violence and Hate Speech”, UNESCO Dakar office, which oversees The Gambia, seeks to conduct a capacity building exercise for media professionals on conflict-sensitive journalism and countering hate speech.

FOOD FARMING & CLIMATE JOURNALISM FELLOWSHIP

Deadline: 16/06/2021
Fellowship The Climate Tracker is currently inviting proposals for the Food, Farming & Climate Journalism Fellowship to spread awareness and build a social movement around the need to integrate just and sustainable food policies within national climate action plans.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: FELLOWSHIPS FOR COVERING MATERNAL HEALTH IN NIGERIA

Deadline: 28/05/2021
Grant This programme is two streams: for journalists – it will provide a stipend to cover a maternal health story; for editors – it will provide a stipend to introduce solutions journalism to your newsroom and provide editorial support to your journalists to cover solutions stories.

REPORT WOMEN: CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR FEMALE LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME IN NIGERIA

Deadline: 28/05/2021
Grant This year, the fellowship will focus on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) and Criminal Justice. The overall objective of the FRLP Fellowship is to equip female reporters with leadership skills and position them to take opportunities to lead, provide capacity development for advanced nuanced reporting and create a vibrant cohort of female practitioners who can mainstream girls and women in news reporting.

TRF ANNOUNCES CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS TO HEALTH SERVICES

Deadline: 15/04/2021
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The Thomson Reuters Foundation is seeking applications for Breaking Down Barriers to Health Services. Thomson Reuters Foundation (TRF) and the Global Fund are joining forces to combat human rights-related barriers to health services.

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE lSU ELIHLE AWARDS 2021 – AFRICA

Deadline: 30/04/2021
Grant These Awards aim to encourage journalist to highlight issues that are faced by children in the continent. Journalist from more than twenty countries has applied in the previous years and diverse issues about children have been raised. This shows that these awards have gained a lot of traction within the continent.

DRL CALL FOR PROPOSALS: REDUCING CORRUPTION IN ANGOLA

Deadline: 30/03/2021
Grant The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) announces an open competition for organizations interested in submitting applications for a project that supports Angola’s growing civil society and independent media in increasing public awareness and support for anticorruption and transparency reform.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR JFJ 2021 INVESTIGATIVE GRANT PROGRAMME

Deadline: 14/03/2021
Grant Justice for Journalists is a foundation set up in order to investigate violent crimes against journalists who have been targeted as a result of their professional duties. Grants are available to investigative journalists, both professional and non-professional (bloggers, social activists), both in wartime and peacetime.

UNDP ANNOUNCES CALL FOR PROPOSALS TO CONDUCT CIVIC EDUCATION AWARENESS

Deadline: 12/03/2021
Grant the UNDP call for proposal is seeking a competent and reputable civil society organization, media, national non-governmental organization, or community-based organization to conduct civic education programme at national and state levels on constitutional participation and making processes in Eastern Equatoria, Central Equatoria and Upper Nile, to provide civic education on constitutional participation and making process.

USAID-MAPUTO ANNOUNCES CALL FOR PROPOSAL TO STRENGTHEN INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM

Deadline: 22-Apr-2021
Grant USAID is seeking applications for a Fixed Amount Award (FAA) from qualified entities to implement the Strengthened Investigative Journalism in Natural Resources Management and Other Economic Governance Issues (REAJIR).

IWMF’S HOWARD G. BUFFETT FUND FOR WOMEN JOURNALISTS

Deadline: Ongoing
Grant The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) is seeking applications for the Howard G. Buffett Fund for Women Journalists. Promoting the work and advancing the role of women in the news media across the globe is critical to transparency and a diversity of voices. The Howard G. Buffett Fund for Women Journalists, the first funding initiative of its kind, enables the IWMF to dramatically expand its support of women journalists.

APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR ONE WORLD MEDIA FELLOWSHIP

Deadline: 07/04/2021
Grant Applications are now open for the One World Media Fellowship aimed at aspiring journalists and filmmakers who seek to make a career out of reporting on stories from the global south. Working in film, print, audio or multimedia, the Fellows’ projects bring together integrity and creativity to present underreported stories that break down stereotypes and build cross-cultural connections. One World Media guides filmmakers and journalists on a single project, and provides a supportive network of mentors and peers through the production and completion of their project.

KARIBU FOUNDATION GRANT PROGRAM – GLOBAL SOUTH

Deadline: 15/03/2021
Grant The Karibu Foundation is seeking applications for its grant program to support alternative voices from the Global South that provide alternatives to the dominant paradigms of power, distribution, and development. The grants are aimed at providing human, professional and economic resources to enable movements to continue their struggle for justice; providing support to networks and initiatives that work for deeper analysis, stronger representation and improved capacity for advocacy; and establishing meeting points and joint approaches between groups in the South (South-South), as well as with groups in the North (South-North), to form global alliances in the struggle for justice.

UNESCO ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR IPDC MEDIA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

Deadline: 19/02/2021
Grant Every year, IPDC supports an extensive range of projects in developing countries worldwide. The projects are submitted by local media organizations seeking to expand opportunities for free, independent and pluralistic media. The proposals are selected in line with UNESCO’s strategic programmatic approach in each country based on their specific development needs.