This seven-month International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF) fellowship gives academic and professional opportunities to women journalists who focus on covering human rights and social justice. Apply by Feb 27, 2020.
The Asia Society's annual "Oz Prize" of $10,000 is awarded to a writer or team of writers who has produced the best example of journalism about Asia during the calendar year. Evaluation criteria include impact of the work, its originality, creativity, depth of research and educational value in informing the public about Asia. Deadline: Mar 27, 2020.
The European Commission rewards outstanding reporting on sustainable development. 2020 entries should relate to international partnership issues such as fighting poverty and inequalities, human rights, democracy, youth, gender equality, environment and climate change, and more. Cash prizes of €10,000 in each of three categories. Enter by Mar 22.
The Institute for Journalism & Natural Resources is accepting proposals until Feb 14, 2020 for grants to help defray the costs of reporting projects that focus on natural resources, the environment, energy, development, agriculture, environmental justice and public health. Journalists of color and other underrepresented or minority journalists are strongly encouraged to apply.
Apply by Nov 1, 2020 to be considered for the 2021 Winter/Spring (mid-Jan to mid-Jun) internship or Jan-Dec 2021 fellowship with High Country News in Paonia, CO. Includes free housing and cash stipend. Native American journalists, Hispanic journalists and those from other under-represented backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
The Asian American Journalists Association is accepting nominations for the 2020 National Journalism Awards until Apr 22. Established in 1989, the awards recognize and encourage excellence among journalists and outstanding coverage of Asian American and Pacific Islander issues.
FIJ grants of up to $10,000 are awarded for stories that break new ground and expose wrongdoing in the public and private sectors. Proposals written for ethnic media and submitted by journalists of color are encouraged. Next deadline is Sep 14, 2020.
The fellowships support journalists in researching stories in the EU. It has a strong focus on recruiting journalists with diverse backgrounds who might not otherwise have the opportunity to do international reporting. In 2020, fellowship recipients are asked to report on one of these key issues: Climate & Energy Policy, Democracy, Foreign & Security Policy and Technology & Digital Policy. Apply by May 18.
The NABJ will gather Aug 7-1 in Miami, Florida for the 2019 Annual Convention. Thousands of journalists, media executives, public relations professionals and students are expected to attend to network, participate in professional development sessions and celebrate excellence in journalism.