The JX Fund is an international platform and hub for exile journalism. We monitor the global challenges and successes of media in exile, inform about our own projects as well as about international support offers, and provide an overview on current developments in the field of exile journalism. For the further development of the communications department, the JX Fund is looking for a press officer as soon as possible.
The issue “Reporting from precarious shelter” seeks to fundamentally shift the boundaries of the study of exile journalism and to establish new ways of engaging with this complex field, not least because focusing on exile journalism can serve as a source of inspiration for journalism and its studies more broadly.
The International Press Institute (IPI) is offering travel grants to Ukrainian journalists. The funding facilitates short-term exchange visits to European media, participation in professional conferences, summits, summer schools, workshops, research trips and creative retreats as well as emergency relocation.
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) is looking to hire a Broadcast Service Director for the Belarus service. RFL/RL’s mission is to promote democratic values by providing accurate, uncensored news and open debate in countries where a free press is threatened and disinformation is pervasive.
The Berlin House of Critical Voices will provide accommodation, community and support for refugee media activists and journalists. It will serve as their initial shelter but also as a supportive haven, providing a sanctuary for a specified duration. Media in Cooperation and Transition (MiCT) now opens a call for applications.
The European Center for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) is committed to solidarity with persecuted, threatened, and exiled journalists and supports them according to their individual needs. With “Opportunities in Exile” they want to support journalists in exile with the primary goal of enabling long-term professional future opportunities and social participation.
Journalismfund Europe awards quarterly fellowships to research teams working transnationally. The fellowship is aimed at journalists based in continental Europe. However, if relevant to the topic, team members from countries outside Europe may also be admitted.