Travel Grants

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IAMCR offers travel grants of up to US$ 1,500 each to members who are early-stage scholars and would otherwise be unable to attend our conferences.

Applicants must have been IAMCR members for at least one full year (i.e. it must be at least their second year as a member of the association), reside in a low or middle income country (see IAMCR's country classification list), and have an abstract accepted for full presentation at the conference. Details, including deadlines and procedures for applying, are announced early each year on the website, newsletter, mailing lists and various social media.

Below are some messages and articles we have received from past travel grant recipients. Please consider making a donation to the travel grant fund. It's a great way to encourage emerging scholars and new perspectives within IAMCR.

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Sadia Jamil, an independent researcher from Pakistan received a travel grant to attend IAMCR 2019 in Madrid. She presented her paper "A widening digital divide and its impacts on existing social inequalities and democracy in Pakistan" to the Digital Divide Working Group.
Gilberto Alves Araújo is a PhD candidate at the School of Literature, Languages and Media of the University of the Witwatersrand, in South Africa. He received a travel grant to present his paper "Black immigrants in Brazilian and South African media: a Critical Discourse Analysis through the conceptions of race and ethnicity" to the Diaspora and Media Working Group.
Joseph Crawford, a PhD student at Universidad del Norte, Colombia received a travel grant to present his paper to the Emerging Scholars Network Section at IAMCR 2019. In this article he reflects on the experience both from the human and academic perspectives.
Alpha Obika, a PhD candidate at the Caribbean School of Media and Communication, University of the West Indies, in Jamaica, was awarded a travel grant to present his paper "Postcolonial Governmentality of Communication: Theorizing ICT Governance in a Caribbean Context" to the Emerging Scholars Network Section.
Ana Bizberge is Director of the Master Program in Cultural Industries at Universidad Nacional de Quilmes and Teaching Assistant at University of Buenos Aires, in Argentina. She was awarded a travel grant to attend IAMCR 2019 in Madrid. She sent us her reflections about the experience.
Allen Munoriyarwa, a Doctoral Student at the University of Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa, received a travel grant to present his paper "Who is the arbiter of truth? Mainstream journalists’ responses to fake news during the military coup in Zimbabwe" at IAMCR 2019 in Madrid.
Pinar Aslan, a Research Assistant at Bursa Technical University in Turkey, received a travel grant to present her paper "Global media flow and contra-flow: Trans- nationalization of Turkish Television Series" to the International Communication Section at IAMCR 2019.
Samiksha Koirala is a Lecturer at the College of Journalism and Mass Communication in Nepal. She received a travel grant to present her paper at IAMCR 2019. She reflects on the importance of granting these awards to researchers from developing countries.
Dr. Neha Miglani, a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Journalism at Panjab University Chandigarh, India, was awarded with a travel grant to attend IAMCR 2019. She presented her paper "Fashion Bloggers as Influencers in Decision Making- Case of Young Adults as Consumers" to the Emerging Scholars Network Section.
Dasniel Olivera Pérez, a Doctoral Student at Universidad Iberoamericana (Mexico) and Assistant Professor at Universidad de la Habana (Cuba), received a travel grant to present the paper "Inter-Influences in the Cuban journalistic culture in the current context of the political-professional debates on the (des) regulation of the media system" at IAMCR 2019 in Madrid.