Deadline: 27 May 2016
Open to: journalists, freelancers and other expert media practitioners
Grant: grants of up to USD 1,000
The Earth Journalism Network is offering reporting grants to support the production of in-depth, previously untold climate change stories in the Pacific Islands.
The Earth Journalism Network is looking to capture these stories and support journalists in opening up the information flow around climate change issues in the region.
Expected story lenghts:
- Investigative piece or long form narrative: 2,500 to 5,000 words (can be combined with video, photos, graphics, and/or maps);
- News article: 500 to 1,200 words;
- Multimedia package: Video piece 2-6 minutes in length that can be accompanied by possible graphics, photos, text, maps.
- Journalists and other expert media practitioners;
- Freelancers and staff from all types of media outlets —both large and small.
- EJN is offering grants ranging up to a maximum of USD 1000, depending on the proposal and method of coverage, but it is of course advantageous to request smaller amounts;
- Proposals for long-form narratives and news articles should include plans for accompanying multimedia elements such as photos and video.
How to apply?
New EJN members must register for an EJN account HERE before applying. When you submit this registration form, you will receive an e-mail containing a link that directs you to set your password. Once you have set a password, you can log in to your account to submit an application.
If you experience difficulty with the online application contact email@example.com for support.
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