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20 under-reported stories about global health we will support this year

In the past months, the development of the COVID-19 crisis has shone a spotlight on the importance of global health reporting. When done well, it is key to raising awareness about global health issues among the general public, and to informing influencers and decision makers in government, civil society, industry, and science.

Funding opportunity for journalists covering global health

20 grants of €15,000 available for journalists reporting from developing countries and publishing in German or French media

13 global health reporting projects that we can’t wait to see published

The European Journalism Centre just awarded 13 journalists from France in its Global Health Journalism Grant Programme. Since 2016, the EJC has been running the grant programme which offers journalists the opportunity to get a reporting grant of 15,000€ (on average) for an in-depth reporting project on the topic of global health, reported from a developing country.

New funding for journalists to put global health topics in the spotlight

The European Journalism Centre today opens new calls for applications for its Global Health Journalism Grant Programmes for Germany and France. More than 20 grants worth €15,000 on average will be awarded overall, looking to advance the coverage of international health, health policy and development issues in German and French media.

10 reportages sur la santé mondiale bientôt publiés dans des médias français

Découvrez les projets de reportage financés grâce à notre nouvelle bourse.

Ten stories on global health that will impact media audiences in France

Find out about the winning journalism projects of our new grant programme

EJC launches Global Health Journalism Grant Programme for France

The European Journalism Centre (EJC) is delighted to announce the launch of its new Global Health Journalism Grants Programme for France. The grant programme, worth a total of €135,000, aims to advance creative reporting approaches, enabling a better coverage of international health, health policy and development related issues in French media.