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Meet Siobhan O’Grady, @siobhan_ogrady "As a reporter based in Washington, D.C., I have the… instagram.com/p/BHGE3WsAYV9/

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  • ANNOUNCING: Central African Republic (CAR) And Democratic Republic Of Congo (DRC) Fellows

    The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) selected 12 journalists from nine countries to participate as Fellows with the African Great Lakes Reporting Initiative. A group of six women journalists will report from Central African Republic July 15-25, 2016. Concurrently, six women journalists will report from the Democratic Republic of the Congo July 14-24, 2016. Both trips will explore stories related to civic engagement.

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  • IWMF Announces The 2016 Courage In Journalism Award Winners

    (IWMF) is recognizing four outstanding woman journalists as winners of its annual Courage in Journalism Awards. Honorees include Mabel Cáceres, Janine di Giovanni, and Stella Paul. Diane Rehm, long-time host of the public radio show that bears her name, will receive the IWMF’s Lifetime Achievement Award. .

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  • HGB-IconIWMF Emergency Assistance

    The International Women’s Media Foundation is a member of the Journalists in Distress (JID) Network, a group of 18 international organizations that provide direct assistance to journalists and media workers whose lives or careers are threatened because of their work.


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  • African Great Lakes Reshaping the Narrative The IWMF’s reporting initiatives are designed to support journalists interested in pursuing stories that go beyond the well-established path of political instability, armed conflicts, and humanitarian crisis in the Great Lakes region of Africa and in Latin America.

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  • African Great Lakes 2016 Opportunities The media is not truly free and representative without the equal voice of women. Through our programs and grants we empower women journalists with the training, opportunities, and support to become leaders in the news industry. The IWMF offers women journalists a wide range of opportunities to grow as media professionals, gain reporting experience, and be recognized for remarkable work.

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