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.

LORENZO NATALI MEDIA PRIZE 2021

Deadline: 18/04/2021
Grant The #NataliPrize was created by the European Commission’s Directorate-General for International Partnerships, and named after Lorenzo Natali, a precursor to the international partnerships approach to global challenges impacting society. There will be up to three winners this year, each winner will receive 10,000€. The winner of the Best Emerging Journalist category will also be offered a work experience opportunity with a media partner.

EARTH JOURNALISM NETWORK (EJN) HIRING PROJECT ASSISTANT

Deadline: Ongoing
Job Vacancy Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN), which aims to engage and support journalists and media organisations around the globe to effectively produce and promote environmental news content, is seeking a part-time project assistant based in India for the remainder of the calendar year. The role will require flexibility to coordinate with colleagues in various time zones.

INDIGENOUS ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISM STORY GRANTS

Deadline: 12/03/2021
Grant The Earth Journalism Network is offering reporting grants to Indigenous journalists to support the production of in-depth stories that will call attention to climate justice, biodiversity, sustainable ecosystems and other issues related to the rights and well-being of Indigenous peoples and communities.

APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR CLIMATE STORY FUND

Deadline: 04/03/2021
Grant The Doc Society is seeking applications for Climate Story Fund to support stories and impact campaigns from around the world that move us closer to a climate just and biodiverse future. In this initial round, the Climate Story Fund will support 6-8 projects with grants ranging between $20,000 to $100,000 per project.

NATIONAL PRESS FOUNDATION ORGANIZES CONTEST ON ENERGY REPORTING

Deadline: 05/03/2021
Grant The Stokes Award – established in the spring of 1959 by friends and admirers of the late Thomas L. Stokes, a syndicated Washington columnist on national affairs – is given annually for the best reporting “in the independent spirit of Tom Stokes” on subjects of interest to him including energy, natural resources and the environment.

EARTH JOURNALISM NETWORK PROJECT OFFICER FOR ENVIRONMENT AND HEALTH

Deadline: Ongoing
Job Vacancy Internews is looking for a dynamic Environment & Health Project Officer to join the Earth Journalism Network (EJN) program to support the management of the projects that focus on supporting journalism on topics at the nexus of environment and health. Under the supervision of the EJN Asia-Pacific Project Manager, the Project Officer will oversee the roll-out of activities under two USAID-funded projects.

CALL FOR PROPOSAL FOR OCEAN STORY GRANTS 2021

Deadline: 25/02/2021
Grant Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is offering reporting grants to support the production of investigative stories that will call attention to critical ocean issues. The world relies on the oceans to support the needs of their growing population, whether those needs be sustenance, economic growth, climate regulation or even the air they breathe.

GRANTS FOR INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM ON ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME

Deadline: 22/01/2021
Grant GRID-Arendal is a non-profit environmental communications centre based in Norway and supported by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation, among other donors. GRID-Arendal is offering grants for investigative journalism projects focused on environmental crime in developing countries. Currently, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we seek to support investigative reporting that involves little to no travel.

THE ENERGY AND RESOURCE INSTITUTE ANNOUNCE MEDIA FELLOWSHIP FOR CLIMATE CHANGE REPORTING IN THE HIMALAYAN REGION

Deadline: 31/10/2020
Grant The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and the Earth Journalism Network are providing a six-month media fellowship to digital, print and radio journalists, voice artists, documentary film makers, video bloggers, graphic artists and anyone else who has a demonstrated flair for mass communication. Preference will be given to applicants from the Himalayan region in India, Nepal and Bhutan.

USAID’S BMAP 3RD MEDIA INNOVATION LAB: REPORTING ETHICALLY DURING A PANDEMIC

Deadline: 09/11/2020
Grant The Media Innovation Lab will gather lead experts in the field and provide different perspectives, teach new skills, and inspire participants to tackle new challenges! On the last day, participants will present their projects to a jury for a chance to receive seed funding of up to $5,000 USD to further develop their prototypes and ideas after the event into full-fledged tools and projects that can be rolled out for use by media across the region.

THE MCGRAW FELLOWSHIP FOR BUSINESS JOURNALISM

Deadline: 15/01/2021
Grant The McGraw Fellowship provides editorial and financial support to journalists who need the time and resources to produce a significant investigative or enterprise story that provides fresh insight into an important business, financial or economic topic. They accept applications for in-depth text, video or audio pieces, and they encourage proposals that take advantage of more than one storytelling form to create a multimedia package.

EARTH JOURNALISM NETWORK SEEKING REGIONAL RESEARCHER

Deadline: Ongoing
Job Vacancy The Earth Journalism Network (EJN) is seeking several regional media researchers to advance our understanding of how media stories lead to positive changes, such as changes in public policy, halting pollution or destructive development projects, or instances of collective action in at least 6 countries, including India, Bangladesh, Indonesia and the Philippines.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: GRANTS FOR INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING ON ENVIRONMENTAL CRIME IN EAST AFRICA

Deadline: 19 October 2020
Grant Internews’ Earth Journalism Network is offering journalists from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Rwanda reporting grants of up to $2,000 to produce investigative stories that dig deep into the illegal wildlife trade and environmental crime in East Africa and beyond. This opportunity is part of EJN’s East Africa Wildlife Journalism project, which aims to boost coverage of conservation and wildlife issues in the region and is supported by funding from the US Department of the Interior and the US Agency for International Development (USAID).

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: SEI ASIA MEDIA GRANTS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING

Deadline: 11 October 2020
Grant SEI Asia has announced a Call for Environmental reporting grants for local and regional journalists. SEI Asia will provide six grants to selected local and regional journalists in Asia to showcase impactful stories that highlight critical environmental sustainability issues in the region. Preference is given to early-career, female journalist applicants living in the Mekong Region.