The Centre for Journalism Innovation and Development (CJID) in partnership with The Centre for Investigative Journalism is inviting journalists, media professionals, researchers and analysts to apply for its 2022 climate change media fellowship.
Participants will receive training and mentorship, have access to data and resources, small grants at the end of the training and also make media appearances on topical climate change issues.
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: 25 July 2022
- Applicants must be nationals of Ghana, Sierra Leone, The Gambia, Nigeria or Liberia
- Applicants must have written a research report or news item on climate change
To apply, click here.