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National Foundation for India (NFI) Media Awards Programme-2

Funds for NGOs

Activities: Others

One award to a photojournalist to photo document a social development issue listed below.
Journalists from small and regional language publications and nonmetro areas are encouraged to apply.
Women journalists are particularly welcome.
Applicants must have demonstrated commitment to the development concerns of the less privileged in society through their previous work.
  • To create greater awareness in the media about local and national development priorities.
  • To strengthen public opinion regarding the need to take positive measures to support people centered development.
  • To facilitate a process of sensitization to development issues amongst media professionals
  • To promote effective communication that draws attention to development concerns, and
  • To facilitate a more informed development policy dialogue
A wide range of issues of importance to ordinary Indians, their battle for a better life and development related issues including Community Health, Education, Social Protection, Livelihood Security, Adolescent Health, Child Health and Survival, Urban Poverty, Peace & Justice, Role of Youth in Development, Labour Trafficking and Bonded Labour, and Social Justice Philanthropy.
DURATION One year-2016.
The awards are open to journalists working in any of the regional and national dailies and associated media. Freelancers frequently contributing to the press are encouraged to apply.
Early to mid-career status, with 5-7 years of professional experience.
Upper age limit is 40 years.
The candidates should have a demonstrated commitment to a career in journalism and should have covered the issue in the past.
This award cannot be held simultaneously with any other awards or
a similar scheme of financial assistance. 
Applications for the Award Programme can be submitted in English or in any other Indian language. Applicants must include the following in  their submissions:
A brief curriculum vita with details of work experience, educational
qualifications and awards and fellowships held in the past three
A proposal of approximately 1000 words, which will outline the particular thematic area in which the applicant would like to work.
This should include details regarding the specific geographical location of the study, methodology, the relevance of the theme selected as well as the contribution it can make to the larger development debate in the country. Please also specify the language of communication.
In addition to the written proposal as outlined above, photojournalists must submit 10-15 images (minimum print size: 8inch x 10 inch) directly relating to the project for which the grant is being sought.
 These images must be of high photographic standard conveying the applicants grasp of using the language of photography. Applicants should also submit a portfolio of their selected work. All photographs will be returned to applicants.
Clippings of5articles (printjournalists) or five published photographs (photojournalists) must be sent along with the application. Three recent and two other articles of applicant’s choice.
Articles/photographs must have a byline
Two references with address and phone/fax numbers. Letter from
editor, approving the candidate’s application
Freelance journalists should include two letters of recommendation
from editors or media personalities familiar with their work.
All applications must be typed. Handwritten and incomplete
applications will not be considered. 

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