DEADLINE: ROLLING — The Pulitzer Centre is offering grants for in-depth and investigative stories related to science misinformation, science denial, and the spread of pseudoscience.
The centre is also interested in journalistic approaches to identifying and addressing the scourge of scientific misinformation and disinformation.
The Pulitzer Center is eager to support timely, in-depth journalism projects that tackle science denial and the spread of science misinformation and disinformation for its new Truth Decay grant initiative.
This opportunity is open to journalists in the United States and others around the world.
Freelance journalists, staff journalists, or groups of newsrooms working in collaboration with a project idea can submit proposals.
Grant proposals are accepted on a rolling basis.
MEDIA AND JOURNALISM OPPORTUNITIES FROM I-79 MEDIA
Grants for underreported stories in Sub-Saharan Africa
DEADLINE: ROLLING — The Pulitzer Center is offering grants for underreported stories in Sub-Saharan Africa. Proposals should focus on issues such as water and sanitation, land degradation and coastal erosion, education, maternal health, and climate resilience. APPLY HERE
Pulitzer Center is offering global reporting grants
DEADLINE: ROLLING —The Pulitzer Center’s global reporting grants support in-depth, high-impact reporting on critical issues that are often overlooked in the media, from global health to climate change. APPLY HERE
Call for applications: RCDIJ Africa Fund
DEADLINE: ROLLING —The RCDIJ Africa Fund is currently open for applications from journalists across Africa. APPLY HERE
Mongabay seeks pitches from journalists
DEADLINE: ROLLING — Mongabay seeks story pitches from journalists interested in writing about carbon credits, offsets or markets. APPLY HERE
Unbias the News seeks pitches on underreported stories
DEADLINE: ROLLING — Unbias the News is accepting pitches on underreported stories with global relevance. APPLY HERE
TRACE Prize for Investigative Reporting focuses on commercial bribery
DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 2023 —The TRACE Prize for Investigative Reporting recognises journalism that uncovers business-related bribery and financial crime. APPLY HERE
Knight-Bagehot fellowship in economics and business journalism
DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 2023— Applications are currently open to mid-career journalists for the Knight-Bagehot fellowship in economics and business journalism. APPLY HERE
Apply for programme on business and economic journalism
DEADLINE: MARCH 1, 2023 — The Global Business Journalism programme is currently open for applications. The programme focuses on business and economic journalism. APPLY HERE
Grants for projects on science, conservation, others
DEADLINE: APRIL 12, 2023 — Journalists and other professionals working on projects in science, conservation, storytelling, education, and technology can apply for grants at the National Geographic Society. APPLY HERE