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    Since its inception in 1990, IWMF has honored more than 100 women journalists from 56 countries as part of its Courage in Journalism Awards program. The 2017 award winners were recognized in person at ceremonies in New York, Washington, DC, and Los Angeles.

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  • HGB-IconHostile Environment and First Aid Training

    The IWMF provides lifesaving Hostile Environment and First Aid Training (HEFAT) courses for women journalists. Since 2014, we have trained more than 400 journalists from diverse mediums, outlets, and levels of experience.

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  •  Photo 1 2018 Courage in Photojournalism Award The IWMF is seeking women photojournalists whose work inspires us to take action and better understand the world. Apply or nominate by January 19, 2018!

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  • African Great Lakes Reshaping the Narrative The IWMF’s reporting initiatives 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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  • IWMF 2014-2015 Impact Report Learn more about the work of the IWMF in our 2014-2015 Impact Report. The report is available for download online. Printed copies are available by request.

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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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