The Association of Independent Regional Publishers of Ukraine, within the framework of the implementation of the project The Women in News, with the support of WAN-IFRA, opens the acceptance of applications from female journalists for support in the production of content.
The amount of support is €2,500 for the production of four materials within two months. Journalists working in the media and freelancers can apply.
“It is very valuable, in such difficult times for the media, to feel the support and interaction of colleagues! Our new project to support female journalists is another one of several of our projects with the international association WAN-IFRA. We well understand how important it is to provide opportunities for women in the media will feel additional support and support during the war. I believe that the 20 journalists we will choose to participate in the project will be able to reveal important and interesting topics. Priority will be given to those topics that are focused on women and reveal socially important problems. The best 5 materials can be disseminated in foreign media”, – Oksana Brovko, director of ANRVU.
What are the conditions?
To prepare for the period October – November 2 materials per month on socially important topics that are not mainstream, but are nevertheless socially important for Ukrainians.
Possible content formats: investigations, newspaper or website interviews, multimedia stories, podcasts, radio programs or video interviews, graphic stories, etc.
Who can apply?
Journalists and non-binary persons working in Ukrainian media or freelancers.
How to apply?
Registration form here: https://forms.gle/ D2Ep1cBh9ReMuNb39
Please be sure to disclose the topic that you plan to cover in your four materials in sufficient detail in the registration form.
Application deadline: until September 18.
We will inform you about the outcome of the review by October 1.
The project is carried out within the framework of the implementation of the grant project between ANRVU and WAN-IFRA, for the implementation of the SIRI (Social Impact Reporting Initiative) project.