IWMF’s Crediting Requirements

The International Women’s Media Foundation is the only organization that provides safety training, byline opportunities, and emergency support tailored to women journalists and photographers around the world. Prominent credit in news outlets is essential for us to secure sustainable funding to support more women journalists. Research also shows that active transparency improves public trust in news and your news outlet.

Any content produced with support from an IWMF fellowship or grant must credit our partnership. The credit should appear on the landing page for a digital story, with a link to the IWMF’s website (iwmf.org), or on the first page of a print story. For a radio or television story, the credit should be delivered on-air in the introduction. For projects of significant scope, our logo should also be included.

Our preferred credit line is:

This story was produced in partnership with the International Women’s Media Foundation.

OR

This reporting was supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation.

Please use the following credit lines if required by your fellowship or grant agreement:

This reporting was supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation’s Howard G Buffett Fund for Women Journalists.

This reporting was supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation as part of the Adelante Latin American Reporting Initiative.

This reporting was supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation’s Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice in the Americas Initiative.

[Name] is the [Year] Elizabeth Neuffer Fellow at the International Women’s Media Foundation.

You can download the IWMF’s logo files here.

Examples: 

This American Life

 

POLITICO Magazine

 

The Seattle Times