Journalism training covers pandemic reporting and more [Africa]

Posted on Mar 8, 2021 in COVID-19 Reporting

Journalists from 16 African countries can apply for this training.

The taz Panter Foundation is organizing the program "Access – connecting in times of pandemic," which will help journalists report on the major issues that emerged in the past year, including COVID-19, desinformation, hate speech, migration, gender and digital security.

The training consists of a 10-session webinar-series every three weeks from April to December, followed by a seven-day all-expensed-paid workshop in Berlin in February 2022. 

The program is open to participants from Algeria, Angola, Cameroon, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Morocco, Nigeria, Ruanda, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

Applicants must be fluent in English, which is the working language of the program.

The deadline is March 19