Within the framework of the Online journalism, in-depth project, additional financial support is available to increase publications on the topics of climate change, health and the information society.
Who can apply?
Media journalists and freelancers from the EECCA region have the opportunity to apply for these funds for a publication project, provided it meets the criteria listed below.
What projects are supported?
Address one of the three topics: climate change, health, or the information society.
Include cooperation with at least one journalist/freelancer participating in the project countries (Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, and Ukraine).
Be cross-border; in this case, it should involve collaboration with at least one media outlet or journalist/freelancer from any countries in Eastern Europe, Caucasus, and Central Asia (either a media outlet already involved in the project or a new media outlet).
or Be a national story (a publication about one country).
We are especially looking for stories in investigative format or solution journalism. If you apply with this format your experience and publication can be presented during the Project International Conference scheduled to take place in Tbilisi at the beginning of September 2024.
What is the amount?
The amount of individual funding is not fixed (minimum 500 Euros and maximum 3000 (can be increased for investigative stories).
When is deadline?
The deadline for applications is January 21, 2024.
The decision on funding will be made jointly by the project partners IMI, Publika and n-ost by 28.01.2024.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Iryna Ponedelnik (Climate Project Manager) email@example.com. If you are interested in participating but are looking for a partner in the project countries (Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, and Ukraine), also contact Iryna with the idea for your publication.