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  • Three people speaking together at an OWM Awards event. The person in the centre is facing the camera and two people on the side, a woman on the left and a man on the right, are not.

    One World Media in 2021

    This has been an eventful, exciting year at One World Media. Like everyone else, as we adapted to changes, we had lots of big wins as we continued to support filmmakers and journalists around the world to tell stories about the global south. At a time in history, when it is evident that quality journalism is so urgently needed, we are committed to bringing underreported stories and underrepresented people into mainstream media. 

  • Meet the future of international reporting…

    We received over 400 applications to this Fellowship, almost twice as many as we have ever received before. The competition was tough, and making the selection was even tougher! A huge congratulations to the 20 selected fellows, who will now embark on a year long programme of development for their projects. We can’t wait to get started.

  • 5 reasons to apply to the One World Media Fellowship

    Whether you’re looking for support to direct your short documentary, write an international feature story or produce a radio doc, the Fellowship could be your springboard into the industry.  With just a…

  • Ones to watch: Meet the new OWM Fellows!

    We are thrilled to introduce the 20 talented journalists and filmmakers selected to join the One World Media Fellowship 2020. This year, we received a record-breaking number of entries from more countries than ever…

  • Announcing the longlisted entries to the One World Media Awards 2020!

      We are delighted to announce the longlisted entries for this year’s One World Media Awards which, across 15 categories, represent the industry’s best media coverage of developing countries. From Venezuela to Vietnam, Libya to Lebanon, this…

  • An update on the Fellowship & COVID-19

      In light of the ongoing challenges caused by COVID-19, we have received a number of queries and concerns about this year’s One World Media Fellowship. As such, we wanted to reach…

  • The Stories That Made Me… with Eve Watling

    From format, style and imagery, to behind the scenes etiquette, as an aspiring journalist or doc filmmaker you can learn a lot by exposing yourself to a wide range of different work.…

  • A time for community

    Dear One World Media community, It’s a strange time for everyone. We are all in unknown territory, and now, more than ever, it is so important to prioritise community. That’s why I wanted to reach…

  • A letter to my younger self • Yen Duong

    Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Given the chance, what advice would you give your younger self? We asked journalist, photographer and One World Media award winner, Yen Duong to take a trip…

  • Staff Pick: After Shock

    It was 11.56am on April 25, 2015 when everything started shaking. A devastating earthquake of 7.8 magnitude hit Nepal. Five hours later and thousands of miles away in Hampshire, the UK’s largest…

  • A letter to my younger self • Ruona Meyer

    Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Given the chance, what advice would you give your younger self? We asked investigative journalist and One World Media award winner, Ruona Meyer to take a trip…

  • The Docs That Made Me… with Ali Sargent

    From form, pace and style, to sound and framing, as a new doc filmmaker you can learn a lot by watching a wide range of documentaries. We asked our Fellows to share…