The Pulitzer Center’s global reporting grants support in-depth, high-impact reporting on issues that are often overlooked in the media. These stories address the root causes of the crises around us and reach strategic and diverse audiences.
Applicants must include in their proposal letters of commitment from news outlets with significant reach to publish or broadcast their work, and we look favorably on applications for reporting that will appear in multiple outlets. There is no deadline for applications; grants are awarded on a rolling basis. Awards cover reporting costs and are based on reasonable, detailed budgets. Most awards for international travel are between $5,000 and $10,000, but may be more or less depending on circumstances. We expect news organizations to pay journalists for their work, though in exceptional cases, we may consider stipends to cover a reporter’s time.
We support projects across all media platforms and encourage ambitious, prize-worthy proposals that combine print, photography, audio, and/or video for one or more news outlets. The most successful projects are those in which news outlets match our commitment by adding interactive or multimedia elements to enhance and showcase their original reporting.
Grants are open to reporters, photographers, radio/audio journalists, television/video journalists, and documentary filmmakers. We are committed to supporting journalists from diverse backgrounds and of all nationalities.
There are no restrictions on topic or reporting location for these grants. You can also explore our thematic grants, which focus on issues such as gender equality, climate change, tropical rainforests, and more.
To apply click https://www.tfaforms.com/236721