Monday morning haircut in M'Poko displaced persons camp near Bangui International Airport.… instagram.com/p/BJlXmGsgUQ6/
The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) selected 13 journalists from six countries to participate as Fellows with the African Great Lakes Reporting Initiative. A group of six women journalists will cover development and humanitarian issues from South Sudan. Concurrently, seven women journalists will report from Uganda about conservation and sustainable agriculture. Both trips will take place September 15-27, 2016.Read More
The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) has selected Jacey Fortin, American freelance journalist currently based in Addis Ababa, as the 2016/17 IWMF Elizabeth Neuffer Fellow. Now in its 12th year, the Fellowship provides a unique academic and professional opportunity for women journalists focusing on human rights and social justice reporting.Read More
The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) selected 6 journalists to participate in the first Adelante Latin America Reporting Initiative trip to El Salvador. A group of six women journalists will report from San Salvador from August 16-25, 2016 on the theme of Women, Health, and Development.Read More
La Fundación Internacional de las Mujeres en los Medios (The International Women’s Media Foundation o “IWMF”) seleccionó 6 periodistas como las primeras becarias para los viajes periodísticos a El Salvador bajo la Iniciativa Adelante. Las 6 becarias reportarán sobre el tema “mujeres, salud y desarrollo” desde El Salvador en agosto del 2016.Read More
(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. .Read More
Lynsey Addario and Paula Bronstein receive honorable mentions The Courage in Photojournalism award recognizes the exemplary work of women photojournalists who overcome extraordinary challenges to bring us images of pressing global issues.Read More
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.