Emergency grants for women journalists in distress Call for Application Description The emergency grants designed to assist women journalists in the event of an emergency or crisis. Emergency or crises are unexpected events that significantly impact individuals' operations, security, or financial sustainability. The Emergency grants will make flexible funds available for prompt remedial actions to protect individuals, take early steps to reduce risks, and provide rapid intervention to minimize interruption of regular operations or information isolation. Assistance may range from small grants for psychological and medical care for incidents directly related to threats and crises caused by one's work as a journalist, legal aid to counter threats of imprisonment in extreme cases, and moving targeted women journalists out of their…
Last updated (2020/08/30 at 02:42 PM): Second FAQ file (G25575-Oxfam-FAQ-2-Naseej-EN.pdf) uploaded. Third update (2020/08/11 at 08:00 AM): G25575-Oxfam-CfP-Naseej.zip file updated. Second update (2020/07/30 at 12:30 PM): FAQ file (G25575-Oxfam-FAQ-Naseej-EN.pdf) uploaded. First update (2020/07/09 at 10:30 AM): A new file (G25575-Oxfam-CfP-Naseej-Outreach-and-Technical-Assistance-Activities-English.pdf) uploaded. Within the framework of the project Naseej: Connecting voices and Action to End Violence Against Women and Girls in the MENA Region funded by the European Union, Oxfam is launching a call for proposals to support local civil society organizations and women’s rights organizations to fund projects aiming at: Stream 1 Services Strengthening support and referral services and reporting systems for women and girls GBV survivors Stream 2 Social Norms Transforming the social norms that perpetuate GBV with a…