Our Mission:

We empower journalists to deliver trustworthy news essential for vibrant societies.

ICFJ works at the nexus of journalism and technology, building the expertise and storytelling skills of reporters worldwide. Through our work, journalists are enhancing news coverage and connecting more deeply with their audiences. As a result, we are increasing the flows of reliable, trustworthy news - a cornerstone of healthy democracies. We believe that better journalism leads to better lives.


خر موعد للتقديم إنه 30 أكتوبر 2020 "برنامج منح التدريب و التقارير التابع للمركز الدولي للصحفيين بالتعاون مع  فيسبوك حول شؤون اللاجئين وسط الوباء"  الى تزويد الصحفيات والصحفيين بالمهارات والموارد والدعم الفني اللازمين لإنتاج قصص عالية الجودة حول تجربة اللاجئين في البلدان المكتظة بتجمعات كبيرة منهم كما هو الحال في كل من لبنان، الأردن والعراق. التقديم للمنحة مفتوح أمام المشاركين الذين استكملوا بنجاح جميع متطلبات الدورة التدريبية عبر الانترنيت وذلك طوال أربعة أسابيع.
 

  • سنوفر 17 منحة بقيمة 1500 دولار أمريكي لتمكين الصحفيات والصحفيين من إنتاج قصص متعمقة  و متعددة الوسائط حول تأثير جائحة  "كوفيدـ19" على مجتمعات اللاجئين. 
  • بمجرد منح المنح ، سيتلقى المشاركون توجيهًا وتوجيهًا مستدامًا أثناء إعداد تقاريرهم لمدة ثلاثة أشهر مما يتيح لهم الاستفادة من خبرة الموجهين أثناء إنتاج قصص الوسائط المتعددة. سيتم تقييم طلبات المنح بناءً على عدة معايير رئيسية ، بما في ذلك الوضوح والأصالة ، بالإضافة إلى الالتزام بتنفيذ فكرة القصة من قبل مقدم الطلب. الموعد النهائي لتقديم الطلبات هو الجمعة 30 أكتوبر 2020 (11:59 مساءً بتوقيت شرق الولايات المتحدة). لمزيد من المعلومات حول الأهلية للمشاركة في البرنامج ، يرجى النقر هنا.

 إذا كانت لديك أي أسئلة  أخرى، بإمكانك التواصل (باللغة الإنجليزية) مع تيدي دوشينوفا (Tedi Doychinova) على tdoychinova@icfj.org .
ملاحضة: نحن نراجع جميع الطلبات فور وصولها، يرجى عدم مراسلتنا عبر البريد الإلكتروني لإعلامنا بأنك قد تقدمت بطلب الحصول   على المنحة. 

The purpose of this grant is to support newsrooms in the APAC region to deliver high-quality and accurate reporting on covid-19 and its effects. 

Please submit this application in full by Friday, June 5th. Feel free to reach out to Tabitha Richmond at trichmond@icfj.org with any questions.

The ICFJ-Facebook Training & Reporting Grants Program: Reporting on Refugee Communities Amidst a Pandemic equips journalists with the skills, resources, and technical support needed to produce compelling reports that surface underreported stories from refugee camps across countries with large refugee communities such as Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq.  The grant is open to participants who successfully complete the four-week online course.
 

  • We will award 17 grants of $1,500 to support journalists as they produce in-depth, compelling multimedia stories focused on the impacts of COVID-19 on refugee communities.
  • During the grant, participants will receive three-months dedicated mentorship from media experts to guide them in producing high-quality multimedia stories on the refugee experience. 

 Successful grant applications will be evaluated based on the clarity, originality, and commitment to carry out the proposed story idea.
Please submit this application in English by Friday, October 30, 2020 (11:59 pm ET). For more information on the reporting grants eligibility, please click here. Feel free to reach out in English to Tedi Doychinova at tdoychinova@icfj.org with any questions. We are reviewing all applications as they come, please do not email us to let us know you have applied.  

Do you know of a journalism tool, app or resource that we haven’t covered? A media innovator who has a fascinating story to tell? Or do you simply want to discuss a current media trend taking place in your country?

If so, we want to hear from you.

IJNet accepts pitches from readers, and in doing so, we hope to build a network of global, diverse contributors whose work can help as many journalists as possible.

Most of our freelancers work in English, but we've recently added the opportunity to write in Spanish, Portuguese or Russian. If you would prefer to write in one of these languages, please indicate that on the form below. 

We have noticed that many pitches are on topics unrelated to the content IJNet pitches. Before filling out the form, please familiarize yourself with IJNet content. We are a resource for journalists, and all our content focuses on the field of journalism. Below are some basic models for stories, with linked examples.

If we’re interested in your idea, we will get back to you as soon as possible. Unfortunately, we are not able to respond to everyone.

Not sure how to write a story pitch? Here are some tips from IJNet Contributor Sherry Ricchiardi.

Please fill out this application in full to receive grant funding. Grants will be distributed by the International Center for Journalists, according to the terms of a grant agreement.


Please feel free to reach out to Tabitha Richmond at trichmond@icfj.org with any questions.

Please fill out this application in full by Friday, February 28th, 2020.
Feel free to contact Tedi Doychinova at tdoychinova@icfj.org if you have any questions. 

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