Applications must be received in English. Deadline is rolling. Within a week of your submission, you should receive a confirmation of receipt. Typically applications that are received in a given month receive a response by the end of the following month. If your proposal requires immediate attention to be newsworthy or timely, please note why in your proposed project description, and click the quick response checkbox. All fields are required, except where noted. Attachments must total to less than 5MB. You may enter up to 5 applicants per project.
Please disclose below in the section marked "Proposed Project Details" if you are receiving or have applied for any other funding for this project.
form is adaptive so will present the option to add all necessary
documents as you move through it, depending on the answers that you
give. For example, if there is more than one applicant, the field to add
their information will appear only once you check the box that follows
the text "Check if there is an additional applicant for this project."
Pitching for Peace: A Competition for Journalists
War Stories Peace Stories and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Partner are offering grants for “peace” reporting in international conflict areas. Learn more.
submissions by both established and emerging journalists covering international
conflict. The Pitch Competition is open to journalists, writers,
photographers, filmmakers, and radio and podcast producers; staff journalists
as well as freelancers.
- Pitching for Peace applicants should complete all required sections of the application. And see additional instructions and questions below under the "Proposed Project Details " section.
Contact Katherine Doyle at email@example.com with any questions related to the general application. Contact Kem Sawyer at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions specific to the Pitching for Peace application.