On 24 September, GFMD hosted a webinar focusing on the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)’s recent review of digital platforms with Holly Raiche – Chair of the Policy Committee of Internet Australia (the Australian chapter of the Internet Society) and GFMD’s Executive Director, Mira Milosevic.
Deadline: 19 October 2020
Grant The Chevening is inviting applications for its South Asia Journalism Fellowship (SAJP) that is aimed at mid-career journalists from South Asian countries including Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives.
Deadline: 11 September 2020
Pilot Project Grant Building on the results of the first edition of the Pilot Project, the objective of this action is to boost and increase the visibility of the activities of media self-regulation bodies.
24 January 2019 – London, United Kingdom
Ethical Journalism Network along with WAN-IFRA are hosting an event at the Frontline Club, to mark the 8 year anniversary of the Tahrir Square protests in Cairo that began on 25th January 2011.
25 Sept to 27 Sept, Vienna, Austria
The Fundamental Rights Forum will explore concrete solutions to make fundamental rights a reality for everyone. It aims to unite more than 500 thought leaders from not just human rights organisations but also the arts, business and sports communities to help create a melting pot of innovative ideas.
Deadline: 17 September
The Journalism Fund is looking for original investigations as well as follow-ups with a public spending twist. Get time and money to dig into this with this working grant.
The Social Media and Democracy Research Grant Program invites proposals that examine the impact of social media and related digital technologies on democracy and elections.
A new report from the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) explores the level and quality of media coverage of governance issues in Senegal. Senegalese journalists and media outlets have a strong interest in issues related to corruption and accountability, yet there are very few investigative stories published.
The News Integrity Initiative at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism is pleased to announce $2.5 million in grants to Internews and the European Journalism Centre to support community-focused journalism around the globe. NII is building an alliance of partners from different sectors devoted to a vision of journalism that serves as a force for building trust.