The fund will provide
To be eligible to apply for this funding, applicants must:
However, submission of any formal commitments of publication or letters of support from editors or publishers is not required.
Narratives around the Pandemic necessarily include facts and numbers, but ultimately, must also go deeper—telling the stories of inequities that COVID-19 has brought to light.
Priority communities include: Those at high risk or hit especially hard by the virus, indigenous communities, immigrant or refugee communities, underserved, urban, rural, elderly populations, and children.
Adhere to local, regional, and national guidelines in terms of access for accredited journalists in respective regions.
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Launched off the need to ensure the circulation of factual and accurate news for the safety of everyone in a pandemic, the National Geographic COVID-19 Emergency Fund for Journalists aims to utilize journalism as a support system for communities around the globe.
The scheme will ensure the proper circulation of critical data necessary to keep people safe and informed.
The National Geographic Society COVID-19 emergency fund is for journalists all over the world who wish to cover COVID-19 within their own communities, with particular emphasis on delivering news to underserved populations, particularly where there is a lack of evidence-based information getting to those who need it.
The deadline for application is November 15th, 2020.
Ideally the project start date is six months after application submission, but for this fund, immediate start dates are acceptable.
Opt-out at any time. No strings attached.