Photographers and fixers who work in conflict situations can apply for grants.
The Aftermath Project
offers a US$20,000 grant for conflict photographers to share their experiences and an additional US$5,000 honorarium for a fixer/translator who wants to tell a story about his or her own experience.
This year-long grant is for conflict photographers who want to pursue a project about the aftermath in their own lives of covering conflict. The subject can be approached in any way – portraits, landscapes, reportage, collaboration with a family of someone who has been killed, anything that explores the personal aftermath of covering war, whether that be PTSD, the aftermath of sexual assault, the aftermath of being wounded.
Deadline for submissions is Oct. 1.
If a conflict photographer and a fixer/translator wish to apply together, they will be eligible for the combined sums of US$25,000.
For more information, download a .PDF file here
(sursa: International Journalists' Network)