Grants to support Reporting Focused on Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice in the Americas
Deadline: 16 February 2020
The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) and the Women’s Equality Center are currently inviting applicants for its Reproductive Justice Reporting Grants to support reporting focused on reproductive health, rights and justice in the Americas.
10+ Funders for Agriculture, Food and Nutrition
10+ Global Donors for Improving Lives of Children in Poor Countries
10+ Donors that believe in building NGO capacities for Civil Society Development
15+ Donors for Saving the Planet: Grants for Environment, Conservation and Wildlife
Examples of relevant topics include abortion and contraception access, reproductive health policy, stigma, migration as a result of abortion bans, and more. These grants support reporting of untold stories surrounding issues that impact women and girls’ daily lives in the region.
This opportunity is open to all women-identifying and non-binary journalists and will focus on reporting about and from Argentina, Colombia, El Salvador, Honduras, and Mexico.
20+ Donors standing up for Human Rights and Equality
10+ International Donors seeking to improve Access to Water, Hygiene and Sanitation
20+ Global Donors for Empowering Women and Girls
25+ Donors for the Empowerment of Youth
Grants will typically range from $1,000 to $10,000, but funding will vary depending on the need, scope, and location of the project.
Grant funds may be used to cover travel and logistics, security costs, insurance, and other reporting expenses. All reporting and publishing must be completed by July 1, 2020.
The IWMF and WEC expect to announce grant recipients in February 2020.
The reporting fellowship is open to individuals and to teams of journalists. All applicants must fulfill the following eligibility criteria:
Women-identifying and non-binary journalists from anywhere in the world may apply.
Professional journalism must be the applicant’s primary profession.
Applicants must have three (3) or more years of professional journalism experience. Internships do not count toward professional experience.
Applicant must be able to show proof of interest from an editor or have a proven track record of publication in prominent media outlets.
The IWMF believes that gender does not conform to one notion. They are inclusive of all journalists who identify as women and non-binary people.
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