Dubawa, a fact checking project of the Center for Journalism Innovation and Development (CJID) is accepting applications from journalism and mass communication students for its Campus Journalism Fellowship.
The CJID Campus Journalism Clinic aims to develop the practice, ethics and technology skills of campus journalists as a means of exposing them to the real-life demands of the journalism profession.
This training offers an intensive exposure to important components of journalism such as basic news-reporting, data journalism, fact- checking journalism, investigative reporting, media ethics, gender-sensitive reporting and so on.
CJID is a nonprofit founded to promote an independent media landscape that advances fundamental human rights, good governance and accountability in West Africa through investigative journalism, open data and civic technology.
Closing date: 14 July, 2022
- Applicants must be a mass communication or journalism student
- Applicants must be between the ages of 15 to 25 years old
To apply, click here.
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