DIGITAL FUTURE OF SOCIETY : CALL FOR SOLUTIONS/ TECH AGAINST DISINFORMATION – WORLDWIDE

Deadline: 09/07/2021
Grant The Digital Future of Society offer with partners a call for solutions that seeks to identify and test innovative technology solutions that will help optimise and automate the fact-checking process and thus help reduce the spread and impact of disinformation _ Worldwide

U.S. EMBASSY COPENHAGEN: FUNDING OPPORTUNITY TO IDENTIFYING DISINFORMATION SYMPOSIUM IN GREENLAND

Deadline: 30/06/2021
Grant The U.S. Embassy Copenhagen of the U.S. Department of State announces an open competition for organizations to submit applications to carry out a symposium on identifying disinformation and relying on credible sources for information.

NATO PUBLIC DIPLOMACY DIVISION’S: CALL FOR PROPOSALS ON INCREASING SOCIETAL RESILIENCE

Deadline: 30/06/2021
Grant The NATO Public Diplomacy Division’s is launching a call for proposals for projects to develop innovative ways in support of building resilience in our civil societies against the challenge of disinformation, propaganda and other hostile information activities.

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.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: MISINFORMATION PROJECT REPORTING BURSARIES IN CANADA

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.

U.S. MISSION TO KAZAKHSTAN ANNOUNCES CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR MEDIA DEVELOPMENT

Deadline: 20/05/2021
Grant The Embassy of the United States is announcing a call for grant applications to implement projects to strengthen Kazakhstan’s media market through promotion of professional journalism standards, implementation of innovative approaches in gathering and sharing news, and supporting the development of peer-to-peer exchanges.

U.S. MISSION TO MOLDOVA SEEKING APPLICATIONS FOR MEDIA LITERACY PROGRAMME

Deadline: 19/03/2021
Grant The objective of the project is to increase critical thinking towards mass media and social media among Moldovans. Critical thinking includes, among other skills, the ability to distinguish information from propaganda, to analyze media communication and to interact with social media in a mindful way.

US MISSION TO INDIA ANNOUNCES APPLICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISM

Deadline: 30/04/2021
Grant The United States and India have a shared opportunity to combat the scourge of fake news and disinformation for a secure Indo-Pacific region by promoting a robust and responsible media environment. This includes promoting strong professionalism among journalists, improving digital literacy among the general public, and modernizing news outlets with immersive technologies to compete in the digital world.

U.S. EMBASSY SMALL GRANTS PROGRAMME IN BRUNEI

Deadline: 30/04/2021
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The Public Affairs Section of U.S. Embassy Bandar in Brunei Darussalam is pleased to announce a funding opportunity through its Small Grants Program. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for small grants of up to a maximum of B$30,000. Grants are to be implemented in Brunei Darussalam over an implementation period of one to two years.

AN OPEN FUND FOR PROJECTS DEBUNKING VACCINE MISINFORMATION

Deadline: 31/01/2021
Grant The COVID-19 Vaccine Counter-Misinformation Open Fund is aimed at supporting journalistic efforts to fact-check misinformation about the COVID-19 immunization process that specifically seek to support audiences that are underserved by fact-checking or targeted by misinformation. The Fund will make up to USD $3,000,000 available for projects which demonstrate a clear potential to provide effective corrective tools and content to counterbalance COVID-19 vaccine misinformation.