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Since our founding, we have recognized the extraordinary achievements of Latin American women journalists who fight against all odds to have their voices heard. As we have grown, we continually recognize the need for support of women journalists throughout the world. Through our Adelante Reporting Initiative, we will continue our work in Latin America through strengthening the professional development, impact, and safety of 270 women journalists over the next 5 years.

  • Adelante - About AdelanteAbout Adelante
    The Adelante reporting initiative will support reporting trips for fellows focused on a wide range of themes including democracy and governance, immigration, agricultural development, economic opportunity, women’s rights and development, and conservation. Additionally, international and local journalists will receive security training to improve their physical and digital safety. Adelante is funded by a generous gift from the Howard G. Buffett Foundation. Learn more about the initiative here.


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  • FaxasAdelante Reporting Fellows
    Through our Adelante Reporting Initiative, we will continue our work in Latin America through strengthening the professional development, impact, and safety of 270 women journalists over the next 5 years.


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  • Adelante - Apply For Fellowship OpportunitiesApply For Fellowship Opportunities
    The IWMF plans to work with more than 270 women journalists to help reshape media narratives about Latin America. Over the next five years, the IWMF is leading groups of women journalists to Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and the Mexico-United States border. Please subscribe here to receive email updates and announcements of application deadlines.


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  • HGBFund-thnPress Release
    The International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) is proud to announce Adelante (Moving Forward), a five-year reporting initiative that aims to amplify the voices of women journalists in Latin America and strengthen their professional development, impact, and safety. The program is supported through a $5 million grant from the Howard G. Buffett Foundation.


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