Are you a professional Journalist from Uganda or South Africa?
Then apply for the IWMF Gender Justice Reporting Initiative 2021 and have the opportunity to receive reporting grants and Mentoring from experienced editors.
Application Deadline: May 11 2021
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- The fellows will complete a six-month, virtual training course, which includes physical and digital security workshops, and will have the opportunity to receive reporting grants and mentoring from experienced editors.
- You should be working full time as a professional Journalist
- Have three years of post graduation journalism experience
- Be from and/or live in South Africa or Uganda
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About the IWMF Gender Justice Reporting Initiative
The IWMF’s Gender Justice Reporting Initiative will enhance coverage of gender issues in South Africa and Uganda. In 2021, the IWMF will select 30+ journalists in South Africa and Uganda to participate in this program. Our fellows will complete a six-month, virtual training course, which includes physical and digital security workshops, and will have the opportunity to receive reporting grants and mentoring from experienced editors.
The course will be led by South African journalist, editor, trainer and media manager, Paula Fray, and Ugandan journalist, editor, and media trainer, Barbara Among. Through training, funding, and personalized support, the IWMF will increase the volume and quality of reporting on women and other traditionally marginalized voices. The journalists’ accurate, nuanced, and inclusive reporting will respond to critical information gaps and challenge well-established, misogynistic narratives in the news media.