EJN: CALL FOR APPLICATION CLIMATE CHANGE MEDIA PARTNERSHIP 2021 – REPORTING FELLOWSHIP TO COP26

Deadline: 23/07/2021
Fellowship The Earth Journalism Network (EJN) in partnership with the Stanley Center for Peace and Security announce the call for application at the Climate Change Media Partnership for journalists interested in attending and covering COP26 in Glasgow this November.

EARTH JOURNALISM NETWORK (EJN): FISHERIES SUBSIDIES STORY GRANTS PROGRAM

Deadline: 13/07/2021
Grant The Earth Journalism Network is offering reporting grants to journalists to support the production of in-depth stories that will call attention to fisheries subsidies issues, both at a large and small scale.

MEKONG DATA JOURNALISM FELLOWSHIP 2021

Deadline: 27/06/2021
Grant The East-West Center and Internews’ Earth Journalism Network launcched a fellowship which provides the opportunity to develop data journalism skills and support data-driven investigations into water security challenges and solutions in the Mekong region.

WATERSHED SENTINEL MAGAZINE: CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – INDIGENOUS JUNIOR REPORTER MENTORSHIP PROGRAM IN CANADA

Deadline: 18/06/2021
Mentorship Watershed Sentinel magazine invites applications for its new Indigenous Junior Reporter Mentorship program with the goal contribute to capacity-building in journalism in western and rural Canada, through hands-on learning opportunities with direct mentorship by an experienced Indigenous journalist.

WACC ANNOUNCES CALL FOR PROJECTS – COMMUNICATION FOR ALL

Deadline: 18/06/2021
Grant WACC believes that everyone has the right to communicate and to be in communication, in the same way that they have the right to food, shelter, and security. In strategic alliances, we aim to be a catalyst for change for the common good, sharing information, knowledge, and experience in the field of communication.

CLIMATE NOW OPENS NOMINATIONS FOR COVERING JOURNALISM AWARDS

Deadline: 01/06/2021
Grant Winning entries will feature great storytelling that – among other strengths – is rooted in science, humanizes climate change, empowers audiences, and holds power to account. The jurors will recognize work that communicates the many dimensions of the challenge; that highlights and scrutinizes solutions; that calls out disinformation and self-dealing; and that recognizes the disproportionate impacts that climate change has on communities of color and the poor.