We're celebrating IWMF co-founder and broadcast trailblazer Judy Woodruff.2023 Courage Awards
The IWMF has built a mental health guide to help journalists facing online violence.Mental Health Guide
See how we broke barriers in 2021Our Impact
The media is not truly free and representative without the equal voice of women and nonbinary people. Through our programs and grants we empower women and nonbinary journalists with the training, opportunities, and support to become leaders in the news industry.
Ever since I left the IWMF's HEFAT training, I haven't been able to stop thinking about how much I wish I'd learned this information sooner AND how critical it is to find a way to make this accessible to all journalists— especially women and nonbinary folks— as soon as possible. It's imperative to our work and safety.Celeste Noche Hostile Environment and First Aid Training Participant
The Kim Wall grant opened doors in my career that I never thought would open for me. The grant gave me an opportunity to report in-depth on a story that I always wanted. I take pride in the opportunity that the Kim Wall Memorial Fund gave me and since I have received funding and skills opportunities that have enhanced my career to another level. Thank you, IWMF.Bongani Siziba 2021 Kim Wall Memorial Fund Grantee
Now more than ever, journalists around the world face real dangers as a result of their reporting. Support us we continue to be there for these journalists when they need it the most.