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To expand their support for non -binary journalists in the United States, the International Women’s Media Foundation is pleased to announce the Howard G. Buffett funds for journalists for women for the academic year 2022/2023.
The fund was designed to help women journalists supporting beneficiaries, including educational opportunities, research reports and media development initiatives. IWMF will make a total annual subsidies worth $ 230,000 to support non -binary women and journalists in their projects and efforts.
The International Women’s Media Foundation, located in Washington, D.C., is an organization that works internationally to raise the state of women in the media. The IWMF has created programs to help women in the media to develop practical solutions to obstacles in their careers and lives.
Why study at the International Women’s Media Foundation? The IWMF works to unleash the power of women journalists to transform global media. The IWMF believes that the genre does not conform to a notion, and that they include all women, non -binary and non -satisfied gender journalists. They unleash the potential of women journalists as champions of press freedom to transform global media.
Application deadline: The Fund for Women Journalists accepts requests continuously. Applications can take up to 6 weeks to process.
- University or Organization: The International Women’s Media Foundation
- Department: N.A.
- COURSE LEVEL: EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
- Prize: $ 230,000
- Awards number: N/A
- Access mode: Online
- Nationality: International
- The prize can be taken in the US.
- Eligible countries: all nationalities.
- Eligible course or subjects: The scholarship will be granted in any topic offered by the University.
- Eligibility criteria: To be eligible, applicants must comply with the following criteria:
- The Howard G. Buffet Fund for women journalists is open to non -binary women and journalists of any nationality.
- Journalism must be the main profession of the applicant.
- Applicants must have at least one year of experience in professional journalism with a publication history at not students.
- We accept requests from teams from journalists; However, the request must be directed and submitted by a non -binary journalist, and the team must include at least 50% of women.
- Due to the capacity of the personnel, applications are only accepted in English (preferred) or Spanish, but reports can be published in any language.
How to apply
- How to request: Applicants must send an application on the online portal. The system allows applicants to log in and save work before creating a final presentation.
- Support documents: Applicants must be prepared to provide the following information (in English):
- Contact information and curriculum/CV
- Brief description of the project or opportunity for which you are looking for funds
- If appropriate, a list of other members or applicants of the team.
- Description of the purpose of the proposal and the problem/problem that is designed to address
- Estimated budget and time frame
- Contact information of two professional references
- Admission requirements: Applicants must have a previous degree certificate with notable results.
- Language requirement: Students must be competent in writing and spoken of the English language.
Each successful academic will receive an annual total of $ 230,000 in subsidies to support non-binary women and journalists in her projects and efforts in IWMF in the United States for the academic year 2022-2023.