DEADLINE: DECEMBER 14, 2021 —NGOs and law centres can apply for grants to support the delivery of media defence centres in sub-Saharan Africa.
Media Defence, a London-based charity which provides legal help to journalists, citizen journalists and independent media across the world, is offering these grants.
The organisers will offer four grants of up to USD 23,000 (for up to 18 months)
Organisations with backgrounds in defending and supporting the right to freedom of expression can use the grants to set up a media legal defence centre to provide pro bono legal support to (citizen) journalists and independent media.
The deadline for applications is December 14, 2021.
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