Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN)
The fellowships are being offered by Panos South Asia as part of a Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) project for enhancing climate change awareness and understanding among journalists in South Asia. Applications are invited from print, television, radio and web journalists writing / reporting on climate change and environment issues from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The fellowships will support writing / reporting stories on climate change from the region. The fellows will also have the opportunity to participate in a training workshop and field trip that will link them with their peers from the neighbouring countries and understand climate-related issues from a South Asian perspective. Applicants should have a strong motivation for working on climate change related issues in South Asia and should have worked on climate-related stories in their media. The application, by e-mail, would need to include the following:
1.?A covering letter, in which the applicant explains his/her motivation for applying for the fellowship, and how he/she would use the fellowship to build on previous experience (two to three pages).
2.?A detailed CV with the names and contact details of two references.
3.?Copies of two stories published on climate change or environment. TV/radio journalists can also provide the link to the programme.
4.?A copy of a scanned letter from the editor of the applicant?s publication, TV or radio channel supporting the application. Please write ?Application for the SACCA Fellowships 2013? in the subject line of your e-mail application.
Applications need to be received by Friday, 8th March 2013 email@example.com.
Only successful applicants will be contacted.
The Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation For Documentary Photography & Film
Documentary Still Photography/Reportage $5000 Award/Grant
Grant Submission Rules & Guidelines
I. DEFINITION Similar to the standards set forth in our new ?Short-Short Documentary Film? Award/Grant, our commitment to documentary photoreportage remains stronger than ever. This grant was created to encourage the betterment of humanity through the presentation of editorially-based imagery representing humanistic themes including human unrest, famine, disease, national and international politics, war, uprisings, injustice and triumph. As well, this grant was set up to lend credence to the photographers themselves who give so much of their time, energy, enthusiasm, money, and, at times, their lives to create images that bear witness and are sometimes shockingly brutal. Purpose of the grant is to support completion of proposed projects, either completely new or in progress. This category is for non-fiction humanistic photographic work only. Images of objects, fashion, fauna or flora will not be considered.
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REMINDERS PHOTOGRAPHY STRONGHOLD GRANT
Upon receiving you proposal our commissioned judges will review your proposal. If your proposal is successfully approved, you can use our gallery space for 5 days or more ? up to 30 days for free.
Photographers, curators, galleriests, book publishers and organizations as either initials or a group are eligible to apply.
*Our gallery space is one of the largest individual galleries in Tokyo.
*Benefits of showing work in our exhibition space include world wide publicity . Using our global network, we will be supporting the publicizing of photographers and their works, your photographic presentation or campaign, or your book launch. Any alternative proposal on photography for the best use for this gallery space is welcome ? but all proposals will be reviewed and only successful proposal will receive this grant.
*If you are selected, you will receive 5-days free stay at the RPS residence.
*Printing, framing, insuring and transportation will be covered by the applicant.
If you contribute to take part of in a photo exhibition, workshop, lecture or artist talk or make any contribution to the benefit of RPS ? you can stay at our residence for up to 5 days. You need to submit the proposal and our commissioned judges will review the proposal.
WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR ACCEPTING THE WALL AND RESIDENCY PROPOSALS.
THERE ARE 4 DEADLINES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR and We will be selecting one grantee for each deadline:
To apply each grant, please submit your proposal with following
Email subject should be ?Submission to the Reminders Wall or free accommodation grant ? Your Name (Mr. or Ms)?
1, Title of the exhibition
2, A link URL can see your portfolio with 25 to 40 images (Do not attach them in the email)
3, Summary of exhibition (Write in the email do not attach it in the email)
4, Your or your organization or group profile (Write in the email, do not attach it in the email)
With all above, your name and your contact (email address and mobile number), send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org