GFMD CONDEMNS ATTACKS ON MEDIA IN GAZA STRIP

The Global Forum for Media Development, a network of journalism and media development organisations reaffirms its support to all journalists and media outlets reporting from Palestine and Israel, including Gaza. We express our grave concern for the safety and security of journalists, reporters, and media organisations while doing their job and call for a permanent end to all hostilities.

INTERNEWS OPENS CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR MEDIA SMALL GRANTS POOL 2021 IN INDONESIA

Deadline: 22/05/2021
Grant Internews’ USAID-funded MEDIA project is calling on media organizations, NGOs, and community groups in Indonesia to apply for funding to improve the physical and digital safety of women journalists, pilot new public-interest media initiatives or kick-start their formal operations.

UNESCO CALL FOR PARTNERSHIPS ON GLOBAL MEDIA DEFENCE FUND

Deadline: 15/06/2021
Grant UNESCO is launching a new Call for Partnerships to support not-for-profit organizations under the Global Media Defence Fund with the aim to join forces with specialized partners in the undertaking or upscaling of projects that bolster journalists’ legal protection and/or enhance media freedom.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: FUNDING FOR MEDIA DEFENCE CENTRE IN SOUTH EAST ASIA

Deadline: 14/05/2021
Grant Media Defence is available to provide legal mentoring, capacity building, and other forms of non-financial organisational support. We are offering one 12-month grant of up to GBP 25,000 to organisations with backgrounds in defending and supporting the right to freedom of expression.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR JFJ 2021 INVESTIGATIVE GRANT PROGRAMME

Deadline: 14/03/2021
Grant Justice for Journalists is a foundation set up in order to investigate violent crimes against journalists who have been targeted as a result of their professional duties. Grants are available to investigative journalists, both professional and non-professional (bloggers, social activists), both in wartime and peacetime.

THE ROSALYNN CARTER FELLOWSHIPS FOR MENTAL HEALTH JOURNALISM

Deadline: 21/04/2021
Grant The Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism awards yearlong, non-residential fellowships to journalists from the United States, Colombia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates to report on a mental health topic of their choice. Fellows receive a generous stipend, training, networking opportunities, and access to top experts and resources in mental health and journalism.

UNESCO ACCEPTING PROPOSALS FOR IPDC MEDIA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

Deadline: 19/02/2021
Grant Every year, IPDC supports an extensive range of projects in developing countries worldwide. The projects are submitted by local media organizations seeking to expand opportunities for free, independent and pluralistic media. The proposals are selected in line with UNESCO’s strategic programmatic approach in each country based on their specific development needs.

STRENGTHENING SAFETY OF JOURNALISTS AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTIC STANDARDS IN THE PHILIPPINES

Deadline: 21/01/2021
Grant UNESCO Jakarta is looking for partner to design and implement capacity building training on the safety of journalists’ physical and/or digital nature as well as ethical and professional standards in journalism to take place between March and October 2021. Under the framework “Strengthening Safety of Journalists and Professional Standards in the Philippines”, the project aims at contributing to strengthening the safety of journalists in the Philippines through capacity building for the journalists.

INTERNEWS – EMERGENCY GRANTS FOR WOMEN JOURNALISTS IN DISTRESS | UPDATED

Deadline: 12/2020
Grant Internews Iraq in one of its Project Our Voices, is proving emergency grants to assist women journalists in emergency or unexpected crises events that significantly impact individuals’ operations, security, or financial sustainability. The grant range includes; legal aid counter threats of imprisonment in extreme cases, psychological and medical care for incidents directly related to threats and crises caused by one’s work as a journalist.

RED FLAGS OR RESILIENCE? COVID-19’S IMPACT ON ACTROCITY RISKS

Deadline: On a rolling basis
Grant The Stanley Center is looking to commission content (written work, photo essays, etc.) that provides commentary or analysis on how the coronavirus pandemic (and government responses to it in countries around the world) has been impacting the factors for risk or resilience to mass violence and atrocities.