Application Due Date: July 15, 2019

Are you a young feminist working towards environment and ecological justice? Are you a young feminist writer/journalist enthusiastic about ecological justice and searching for more chances to discuss what feminists are carrying out in this location? Are you both? This fellowship is for you!

In collaboration with OpenGlobalRights , FRIDA is enjoyed reveal Environment and Environmental Justice Media Fellowship , a five-month program created to offer mentorship and training to Global South young feminists on environment and ecological justice advocacy and digital journalism. This Fellowship is for young feminists thinking about magnifying the problems at the crossway of environment and ecological justice and gender rights and reinforcing their crucial, sharp, and prominent writing.

Eligibility Requirements:

You are qualified to make an application for this fellowship if you fulfill the following requirements:

● You are a young feminist (in between ages of 18 and 30) based anywhere.
in Sub Saharan Africa, South Asia, Southeast and East Asia, the.
Pacific, The Middle East and North Africa, Latin America and the.
Caribbean and Central, Southern, Eastern Europe and Central and North.
Asia and happy to take a trip in the pursuit of the story. Candidates based.
in Western Europe, The United States And Canada, Australia and New Zealand are not.
qualified to make an application for this fellowship.
● You are enthusiastic about environment and ecological justice and young.
feminist arranging, and wish to interact this particularly through.
composing to your neighborhood and the world. You are somebody who is in your area,.
regionally or globally linked to networks, groups, and.
neighborhoods in the environment and ecological motions and/or gender.
justice motions, and who wishes to show a broader audience the.
context of your regional and local battles, and the options,.
services, and jobs that your neighborhoods are dealing with.
● You are especially committed to an intersectional lens and bridging.
the interaction in between environment and ecological justice motions.
and gender justice motions. You are a natural communicator, knowledgeable.
storyteller, social leader or neighborhood organiser who understand that this work.
of interacting in of itself is necessary movement-building work.
● You have a background in advocacy and writing, particularly arranging.
with or in partnership with rural, native, and black youth and.
grassroots neighborhoods, LBTQIA groups, feminist collectives, or employees’.
unions, and are eager in acquiring more experience as a reporter,.
author, and supporter by dealing with fellow organisers, developed.
editors and publishing on a worldwide platform.
● You can be committed to the fellowship, support your associate fellows,.
and interact dependably about your development, barriers and concerns to.
the fellowship group. Preferably you are prepared to challenge yourself, your.
politics and composing through this fellowship and develop brave, initial,.
sharp analysis, reporting and material.
● You can interact and compose efficiently in English, as this will be the primary language utilized throughout the fellowship program.


FRIDA is searching for 4 (4) enthusiastic, innovative and strong young fellows who are currently dealing with, discussing, or have an interest in reporting and examining the following subjects and more:
● Neighborhoods and/or feminist resistance, strength and organising in the face of fundamentalist federal governments extractivist markets (like coal and fracking exploitation, and mining, hydro dams and monocultures jobs)
● Separated effects of environment modification on international south neighborhoods, ladies, young feminists, young trans * individuals
● Community-led services and efforts to attend to the effects of environment modification, such as decentralized renewable resource systems, food sovereignty programs, land justice policies, with a viewpoint of systemic modification and a simply shift
● Decolonial practices, theories, actions and needs of young feminists
● Both physical and digital security to social and ecological land protectors, consisting of ladies, young feminists, young trans * individuals.


ellows will produce 2 media pieces of young feminist arranging for.
environment and ecological justice in their regional or local context,.
based upon the job’s thematic guidlines. The format for the media.
pieces will be digital journalism (short articles, investigative pieces,.
op-eds, stories, essays). Particular subjects will be chosen in a.
collective method in between fellows, material consultants and editors.

● Fellows devote to have one check-in call with their primary editors.
per media piece; they are needed to take part in a minimum of 3.
webinars/ training sessions; they are needed to be in basic and.
routine group online interaction for check-in and sharing through.
Slack and e-mails.

● Fellows will operate in English throughout the program (this consists of.
training sessions, e-mails, and basic interaction, and editorial.
feedback). Their media pieces will be equated into Spanish and.
another 3rd appropriate language.

● One sample of unpublished or released * composing

* By released, we imply a composing sample that is a post, an.
post on a site, publication, paper, fanzine, or a storytelling.

Fellows will commit 4-5 hours weekly (overall of 15-20 hours monthly) from August 1– December 13, 2019.

How to Use:

You need to send your application comprehensive an easy and brief Google kind in order to use. All applications are due on or prior to July 15,2019

To Find Out More:

Check Out the Authorities Web Page of the Environment & Environmental Justice Media Fellowship 2019

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