IC is now accepting pitches on Indigenous struggles in the US

IC is now accepting pitches on Indigenous struggles in the US

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May 20, 2019
 

The Intercontinental Cry Indigenous Reporting Award (ICIRA) is now accepting pitches for urgent and under-reported stories that center on indigenous rights in the United States.

Two reporters who submit a winning pitch will receive a $750 CAD grant to cover their expenses.

Anyone in the United States can apply; however, pitches will only be accepted until May 31, 2019.

Submission Guidelines

Please send an email to Intercontinentalcry@gmail.com with the following information:

In order for a story to be published it must:

The ICIRA grant program provides financial support to help reporters cover powerful stories that need international exposure. It is made possible through a partnership with the US-based Center for World Indigenous Studies and the Swiss-based human rights organization Incomindios.

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