Working journalists and media technologists from the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, who are members of the ICFJ Network can apply.
The International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) is offering two kinds of grants to address the increase in disinformation, censorship and crackdowns on independent media, and to help inform audiences who lack access to reliable information.
The ICFJ Pamela Howard Global Crisis Reporting Grants
Focus: Ukraine-Russia war, disinformation, refugee reporting, accountability reporting, solutions journalism. Grants of up to US$3,000 each are available to journalists providing reliable coverage on these critical issues.
The deadline for this grant is April 8.
Digital tools to support journalists grants
Focus: Access to information, transparency, story amplification, audience engagement, countering disinformation, digital security. Grants of up to US$10,000 each are available for projects to elevate reliable coverage.
The deadline for this grant is April 15.
These stories and tools can be published in any language. The organizers encourage exiled media and exiled media technologists, especially Russians and Ukrainians, to apply.