New deadline: 28 February 2020
We are pleased to announce eight Global Grants of up to £1,500 for employees of PMA member organisations. Apply now!

The PMA Global Grant is provided for a media project that would benefit the applicant, their organisation, society and meet the objectives of the Public Media Alliance (PMA) and the grant funding organisation, The Grace Wyndham Goldie Trust.

As part of the project the successful applicant will also be required to plan an exchange between their own PMA member organisation and that of the country they intend to visit. On completion of the project the successful applicant is required to submit a report, pictures and an account of their experiences.

In 2019, our Global Grants were awarded to PMA members from a wide range of backgrounds including producers, radio reporters, editors and managers from Lesotho, Seychelles, Bangladesh, Jamaica, Mauritius, Sri Lanka and the Isle of Man. The grantees worked on topics and ideas ranging developing social media guidelines to learning best approaches for climate change coverage, newsroom practices, election reporting and media law.

Find out more: Our 2019 Global Grantees have returned!

Beyond the wider aim of developing knowledge and skills, the PMA Global Grants provide a unique opportunity for international networking. They also enable individuals to develop new ways of exercising freedom of expression and facilitate work on projects that support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Grant Objectives
  • To develop the skills and knowledge of employees of PMA member organisations who have limited opportunity for travel
  • To benefit PMA member organisations and the grantee’s society
  • To encourage networking between PMA member organisations and develop better ways of exercising freedom of expression
  • To work on projects that promote the Sustainable Development Goals.

Please note: The closing date for receiving applications is 28 February 2020.   Travel should be completed, and all reports submitted before the end of June 2020.

The Public Media Alliance is grateful to the Grace Wyndham Goldie Trust for their continued support for these Global Grants and for upholding the values of Public Service Broadcasting globally.

Requests for further information and completed applications should be sent to Jasmine Chandler, Projects & Membership Manager at:

Header Image: 2019 Grantee Shannick Dawkins and CBC/Radio-Canada’s Executive Producer Alan Habbick