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Fund for Indigenous Journalists: MMIWG2T Grant (US)

Organisation: International Women’s Media Foundation

  • Eligibility criteria:
    – Indigenous journalists of any gender are eligible to apply.
    – Practicing journalism must be the applicant’s primary profession.
    – Applicants must have professional journalism experience.
    – Teams of journalists may apply; however, the submission must be from an Indigenous journalist and include an Indigenous journalist as the lead decision-maker of the project.
    – Special consideration will be given to freelance journalists.
  • Type of funding: Programmatic
  • Target country/ies: Worldwide
  • Application language: English

The International Women’s Media Foundation’s (IWMF) Fund for Indigenous Journalists: Reporting on Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Two-Spirit, Transgender People (MMIWG2T) opportunity supports the production of ambitious reporting that opens up underreported aspects of the issue of Missing & Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP). Across three years (2022-2025), the IWMF will distribute grants to support Indigenous journalists in their projects and endeavors. The fund is not limited to an annual number of grants or dollar amount distributed.

The Fund for Indigenous Journalists: Reporting on MMIWG2T will prioritize funding for U.S.-based, in-depth reporting projects that go beyond breaking news and explore the underlying factors of the issue of violence against Indigenous people and the issue of Missing & Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP) with a focus on women, girls, Two-Spirit, and transgender people.

The average grant amount is expected to be up to $5,000. Project proposals over $10,000 will be considered on a limited basis.

See here to learn more and apply.

Status: Open

Type:
  • Grant

Funding Size: $5,000

Deadline: Ongoing

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