Journalists with substantial experience reporting in Sub-Saharan Africa can apply for a reporting grant.
The New America‘s Global Gender Parity Initiative is accepting pitches. The project’s mission is to tell stories about what happens when we don’t count unpaid work as a part of economic productivity, and to help drive changes in policy and culture as a result of those stories.
Pitches should include multimedia elements and specify how they will use research and data from local think tanks and organizations to inform and guide their reporting.
Selected journalists will receive stipends between US$2,000 to US$3,000, depending on the length of the piece and the travel necessary for reporting.
Applicants must be fluent in English and have at least three years of experience.
The deadline is April 22.
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